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Driving Schools for the Teenager in Your Life

2 Jan

By Emma Kandrac Better Business Bureau Serving Eastern MA, ME, RI & VT (BBB) offers a run-down of what parents need to look for when searching for local driving schools that they can count on for their teens. The magical age of 15 years and 9 months may be just around the corner, and chances Continue Reading

How to Know When to Test Your Kid for Colorblindness & Tips for Families and Educators

19 Dec

Dr. Mark Changizi There are several early warning signs when a child is suffering from colorblindness. One tell-tell sign is that they smell their food before they eat it. Colorblind kids have a great nose for the food they are eating because they identify the food by smell as opposed to a distinguishing color. Another Continue Reading


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Be Burn Aware this Holiday Season

30 Nov

  By Elizabeth Fisher The holidays are a time filled with fun, family and festivities, but all those indoor activities, decorations and cooking can hold some hidden dangers, particularly for children. “Every holiday season we see children who have been injured in an accident at home and the result can be years of treatment and Continue Reading

How to Pick the Right Babysitter for Your Family

28 Nov

  Viagra By Mail Better Business Bureau Serving Eastern MA, ME, RI & VT (BBB) offers tips for parents on what to look for when hiring a babysitter for their family. sales viagra By Emma Kandrac Every parent needs an extra hand now and again. Whether it’s for a much-needed date night out, or someone Continue Reading

Ingredients to Look for in Kids Skincare Products that Work and What to Avoid

14 Nov

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Sleeping Tips for Daylight Savings Time 2016

1 Nov

By Amy Lage   The fall component of Daylight Savings Time is quickly approaching. Our “fall back” to standard time will take place on Sunday, November 6th. For those among us with no kids or older kids this signifies a bonus one hour of sleep (lucky them)! For the rest of us, the extra hour Continue Reading

Kick Childhood Cancer

26 Oct

Tech Tackles Cancer, an initiative by the global tech community to cure childhood cancers, has teamed up with St. Baldrick’s Foundation for a $100 million campaign to raise awareness for the cause. The campaign will kick off on November 7 at Lansdowne Pub in Boston with one of St. Baldrick’s signature head-shaving events. Anyone can Continue Reading

Manners Matter

20 Oct

Everyday manners challenge many people today, young and old.   People want to do the right thing when it comes to etiquette and formal situations, but sometimes to have difficulty mastering these tasks. Manners do not have to be difficult and challenging. With a little help, anyone can learn good etiquette. Coaching should start at an Continue Reading

Vote No on Question 2

3 Oct

The opinions expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not reflect the view of Boston Parents Paper and its staff.   Parents are always facing difficult choices: breast milk or formula, cloth diapers or disposable, cry-it-out or co-sleep? As our children get older, urban parents face a choice that grows more controversial Continue Reading