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Ultrasounds: 3D or 4D in Early Pregnancy?

All expectant mothers know how easy it is to get impatient when waiting to meet the new addition to the family. Nine months can feel like a long time when all you want to do is hold your little bundle of joy in your arms for the first time, but thanks to new technology, you can now get a much better idea of what your baby will look like before he or she is even born. The latest 4D scans allow you to see your baby...

Dear Son: The Lost Art of Playing

I’ve decided to start a new series of articles that I’ve been thinking about for a few years now. My “Dear Son” series actually began over on Rebel Magazine with my first piece, Dear Son: Manhood Looms. I hope to convey some of the thoughts, love and advice I have for my son in these pieces. I hope that someday he’ll actually be able to read these and glean some sense of who I was, who...

Living like the Brady Bunch – What’s Really Possible?

The Brady Bunch was pure fiction, but how do mixed-families work in reality? What are the expectations and challenges for step-families? When two families merge together, there is no doubt that the stakes are high.  The new couple will have great expectations and are often secretly sure that their families will defy the odds and come together seamlessly [1].  Unfortunately, that is not usually the case.  They may...

Therapist’s Couch: The Psychology of Money and Children

Welcome to part II in the series of The Psychology of Money: Money and Children. In this piece, Psychologist Robert Erdei discusses how children perceive money, their understanding of money and the role it plays in their lives. How do you feel about money and children? Should they learn the “value” of money at an early age or should they be kept more sheltered? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the...

How to be Proactive About Stopping Crime in Your Neighborhood

Property crime accounts for more than 75% of reported crimes in the U.S and well over half of burglaries occur between the hours of 6am and 6pm, meaning that someone is normally around in the neighborhood when this is going on. Homeowners can individually and collectively take a proactive approach to preventing their home or neighborhood being targeted and becoming yet another crime statistic. Be Vigilant Don’t...

Inexpensive Child Room Decorating Ideas: Wall Stickers

Creating the perfect kids room usually involves a theme, a new bedspread, some curtains and accessories. But the one thing most parents forget? The walls! In the past, a simple coat of new paint would be all the attention the walls of a child’s room might get. But nowadays? There are sharp, lifelike, and amazingly colorful wall decals for children in any theme! Available for both boys and girls, you’ll...
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