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Get Free Stuff: Parenting Magazines Offer Ideas for Swapping Clothes and Toys

If the holidays left you with a mountain of bills to be paid, you might feel like you’ll never buy anything else again. But a few parenting magazines offer some ideas on how to organize a swap with friends (or even strang...
by Shannon McRae
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KIWI Magazine Breaks Down the Debate Over Genetically Engineered Food

For the most part, I choose organic food for my family whenever it’s available. My main motivation for buying organic is to avoid chemicals and pesticides. But after reading an article in the April/May 2011 issue of my KI...
by Shannon McRae
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Go Nuts: Parents Magazine Explains New Findings About Feeding Nuts to Babies

Peanut butter is a staple in our house. We eat it at least twice a day, and sometimes even more often. We’ve never had any family history of nut allergies so I wasn’t too concerned about feeding it to my kids when t...
by Shannon McRae
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It Happened to Them: Parents Magazine’s Words of Warning Make Me Paranoid

There’s a small section in each issue of a Parents magazine subscription called “It Happened to Me.” It’s near the front of the magazine and is just a quick tidbit submitted by a reader about a strange a...
by Shannon McRae
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Saving Money on Presents

5 Ways to Avoid Overspending This Holiday Season

It’s tempting to justify splurging on gifts during the holidays, but a few tips will keep you from paying for your Christmas spending well into next year. It’s the most wonderful time of year for retailers. As soon ...
by Shannon McRae
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How to Become a Regret-Free Parent

How to Become a Regret-Free Parent

When you raise young children, the days are long but the years fly by. This month, Parents magazine gives perspective on how to savor those fleeting moments. “Listen to this,” I said to my husband as I read the late...
by Shannon McRae
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