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Adoption Support Groups

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These support groups across Eastern Massachusetts help birth families, waiting parents, foster parents and adopted persons cope with adoption. ... Read full article

9 Ways to Ease Back-to-School Jitters

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Even if you don’t know exactly why your child is anxious, here are a few things you can do to help him or her feel better about the coming school year:... Read full article

5 Ways to Avoid Tired & Cranky Kids While on Vacation

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If you have kids who need to take naps during the day, here's how to keep their routine while on vacation. ... Read full article

10 Back-To-School Spending Tips & Tricks

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How to purchase everything you'll need for the new school year without blowing your overall budget.... Read full article

Birthday Etiquette

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How to balance the fine line between enthusiasm and utter craziness to make sure that your birthday boy or girl is cool, calm and collected before and during the big day.... Read full article

Taming a Tattletale

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If you have a little someone in your household who’s delivering up-to-the-minute reports of a sibling’s bad behavior all summer long, don’t despair! Experts say tattling is common between ages 5 and 10 and is generally outgrown.... Read full article

Pure Guesswork: Losing the Attitude

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Steve Calechman tries to lose his competitive attitude when playing in front of his son. ... Read full article

‘You Want to Do What?!’

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Children’s major developmental stages come with a host of age-appropriate milestones. But that doesn’t mean that your child specifically is ready for them. ... Read full article

Best Advice for Dads from Dads

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Dads share tips with other Dads about raising their children. ... Read full article

Bed-wetting and Other Toileting Concerns

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Does your child wet the bed or have soiling accidents? Check out this expert advice, with tips on helping your child through these issues. The most important thing to remember: These aren't behavioral problems – they are developmental problems.... Read full article

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