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Mom of the Week from Pittsburgh, PA

July 16, 2012 by Tara Dunsmore
This week’s mom of the week is one of Tots2Tweens newest contributing authors, Dr. G! Stay tuned for helpful articles from Dr. G regarding your child’s health. If you have any health related questions for Dr. G please feel free to post them as a comment here or email info@tots2tweens....

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Mom of the Week: Frederick, Maryland

June 16, 2012 by Tara Dunsmore
This week’s Mom of the Week is a kindergarten teacher in Montgomery County, Maryland and the author of our newest feature, Laurie’s Lesson Plans. If you are looking for ways to keep your kids engaged in learning this summer, be sure to check out Laurie’s weekly lesson plans and activities that ca...

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Are you a Tots2Tweens Mom?

June 12, 2012 by Tara Dunsmore
Tots2Tweens needs you! We are always in search of new and interesting content to share and we’d like to open the floor to all of our devoted readers. We are looking for recipe submissions, arts and crafts submissions, articles, contributing bloggers, upcoming events, and anything else you want to...

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The Key To Becoming a Better Mom

November 8, 2011 by SharonSilver
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This article is the first in a 3-week series about parenting ideas. This week I’m discussing the differences between reacting and responding, and the importance of putting a new parenting idea to the test. I did a TV interview last week where the first question asked was, What’s the d...

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Why Parents Have Short Fuses

October 27, 2011 by SharonSilver
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For me, this summer was all about traveling and moving. Everywhere I went I saw children playing, misbehaving and being corrected by their parents. It didn’t matter if I was in an airport or a rest stop, by the ocean or a river; parents were correcting their children. Normal, right? Some parents ...

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