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Let Kids Eat Dirt

A new book called Let Them Eat Dirt is encouraging parents to let kids get their hands dirty, saying it could actually help their immune systems.

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Hilarious Parody Video for Parents Who Broke Down, Got a Minivan

Did you refuse to get a minivan after you had kids, but finally gave in to more leg room and cup holders?

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Sioux Falls Is Great for Children, Here’s Why

For the second consecutive year Sioux Falls has been named the second best city in the U.S. to raise a child.

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New Report Gives South Dakota an ‘F’ in Supportive Workplace Policies for New Parents

South Dakota is one of 12 with a score of zero from the National Partnership for Women & Families. The study looks at workplace rights for expecting and new parents in the U.S.

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Photo by Kelly Nyberg
Photo by Kelly Nyberg

Parents Combating Gender Stereotypes in Kids’ Clothing

Parents finding it difficult to shop for their kids, due to the lack of gender-neutral clothing, are taking matters into their own hands.

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Woman’s ‘Uncensored’ Photo Perfectly Captures What Motherhood Is All About

Being a mother isn't always easy. This photo proves that.

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Dads and Babies Adorably Dance to ‘Play That Funky Music’

This is a whole new kind of daddy-daughter dance.

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Parents vs Graduating Seniors: Who Would You Put Your Money On?

Is it rougher being a parent of a graduating high school senior or is all the pressure on the student?

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To Spank or Not to Spank. Is That the Question?

Spanking overwhelmingly is not the answer and yet it continues. Here are a few answers.

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Eight Life Skills Your 18-Year Old Needs Before Leaving Home

Julie Lythcott-Haims, a former dean at Stanford University, says there are eight basic skills that every 18-year old should have to help them navigate life.

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