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Hot Holiday Gift Ideas from Disney

Hot Holiday Gift Ideas From Disney

As plugged in as a parent may be, it's still a challenge to pick through the throngs of ads to figure out what the latest and greatest holiday gifts are. At a preview event held a few months back, we got a chance to take a sneak peek at some of Disney's hottest holiday offerings. So if you need gift ideas, here's a handful to check out!


Should I Spin My Husband's Sperm?

I have several friends who are talking about spinning their sperm -- well, their husbands' sperm -- to ensure the sex of their next baby. But should we really be playing God?


Top 5: Surviving Thanksgiving Dinner with the Kids

It may be difficult to get through an entire holiday meal without the thought of pulling your hair out. So relax and let momlogic give you some tips.


4 Ways to Connect Despite Holiday Stress

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Don't let holiday stress stop you from making and building meaningful relationships in your life!


Holiday Travel Packages for Families

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Tired of the endless, bickering car rides over the river and through the woods to Grandma's cluttered ranch house filled with toilet-paper-cover Barbies and lace doilies? Tired of the AeroBeds, dry turkey and wine in a box? Why not leave it all behind and take advantage of holiday family travel promotions? 


Teachers Need to Learn How to Teach

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A recent article in the Wall Street Journal revealed that education experts are pushing for a major redo of teacher-prep programs in our country, with tougher admission and graduation standards and a much bigger emphasis on classroom training for candidates who wish to teach in elementary and secondary schools. Should the teaching-accreditation process should be more stringent?


Can You Prepare Your Kids for the Future?


The New York Times' Motherlode blog called our attention to a Brain Child Magazine essay in which the writer ponders whether, in the face of the many unpredictable catastrophes we've seen in the world these past 10 years, we can possibly prepare our children for the future. Should we remain focused on pushing toward Ivy League pursuits? Or should we be training our kids to survive in any economy -- and maybe even to chop wood?


Dragon Talk with Cressida Cowell

Cressida Cowell
We sat down with Cressida to discuss her childhood inspirations, and how being a mom and kid at heart helps her be one of the best children's authors around.