Mudrooms have been around since about the 1950s as it was a place to shed wet or dirty clothes and shoes so you didn’t track the dirt into the house.  It was an architectural shift when the colonial-style home was introduced and the tract home was introduced with less formal entryways.  This gave way for
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Spring is in the air and summer is right around the corner!  Longer days, summer dresses, breezy weekends with good friends call for summer dinner parties.  Summer dinner party ideas can be an elaborate party or a simple potluck get-together with your closet friends.  No matter how you throw your summer dinner party, get ready
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These free typing games will help make learning this important skill fun. Photo: BBC Living in today’s digital world, it’s pretty crucial that kids know how to type. But learning this important skill doesn’t have to be a chore—there are plenty of fun ways to log some online typing practice hours. Here are 10 typing
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Because it’s impossible to play with your kid all day long. Photo: @SueWhite on Instagram Four-year-old James doesn’t like to play alone. “He enjoys Lego and building toys, but even then he seems to want an adult to play with him,” says his frustrated mom, Lori Hogan. “He wants to show us his progress every
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It’s been more than two years since the pandemic began and while every other age group has had the opportunity to be vaccinated, parents of kids in Canada, the U.S. and elsewhere are still waiting for a COVID vaccine for kids under 5. For many parents, it’s been a nervous few months. “The vast majority of
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Image: Shutterstock Get your children their pots of gold and leprechauns with these St. Patrick’s Day crafts for preschoolers and toddlers. You need the basic art supplies, a table that is permitted to get messy, and tons of St. Patrick’s Day spirit. In this post, we have listed several St. Patrick’s Day crafts suitable and
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE One-year-olds are too young to self-regulate emotions or express themselves appropriately. They understand the idea of rules, but they can’t resist acting impulsively, which can sometimes be harmful. Thus, parents should know how to discipline a 1-year-old using positive discipline strategies that promote healthy child development. Positive discipline teaches a
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There are endless variations of the ABC song, which will help you keep it fresh (for baby and for you!). The “ABC Song” is one of the most popular English alphabet songs in North America. Sung to the tune of “Baa Baa Black Sheep” and “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star,” it’s also super simple to remember.
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