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Amy Grace: Life with my three sons

Amy gives Momaha readers a glimpse into our life now with three sons instead of two.


Chris Donnelly: Stop worrying about what you feed your kids

Considering the nutritional value of each bite ingested for each kid just seems like a nice but unattainable ideal most days.


Jacqueline Baez-Leonard: Easter Sunday: Did my child really drink wine at Mass?

“So, I stand here, mouth agape, partly in horror, and receive the sacrament.”


Scott Reinhardt: One father’s tale of overcoming infertility

Infertility affects 1 in 8 couples of childbearing age. Most suffer in silence. My wife and I, for instance, are one.


Sandy Lane: Yikes! My three sons have April birthday milestones this year

This month we have Grant’s golden 14th birthday, Ben’s 18th birthday and Zach’s big 21.


Jen Schneider: Childhood joys could alleviate adult doldrums

Remembering childhood passions can give spark to adults.


Tag Archives: school

A nine-year-old’s act of compassion for a sick friend gets her suspended from school.

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At Miller Park Elementary School there’s a group of dads who have quickly earned the appreciation and admiration of Principal Lisa Utterback.

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I have no choice but to rethink my approach to parenting.

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Public school students, overall, are making short- and long-term gains.

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It’s back to school time in the Midlands.

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An interesting study links academic success to financially-rewarded students.

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writing

The low scores may be the result of new format and new scoring system.

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I didn’t think my son was nervous enough to vomit all over the school cafeteria.

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Oprah’s list was pretty elementary. So here, teachers, take my advice.

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What does summer buy us? Space. Time. A chance for students and teachers to relax.

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KidNutrition

Moms have known this for years. Healthy foods = Smart children.

Now a study confirms that.

Better nutrition (especially at breakfast) improves academic performance and social functioning in school.

Make breakfasts rich in zinc, iron, potassium and calcium such as peanut butter, leafy greens and lean turkey or chicken.

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I’m hoping my kids learn to manage time better than I do.

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Don’t like your teacher assignment? Deal with it.

Posted on by Al Watts
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Proper fit, loading techniques can prevent back discomfort while carrying school supplies.

Posted on by Josie Loza
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What you need to know about the annual holiday, which begins today.

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I never know what my oldest child is thinking. His dad was the same way, and I have evidence to prove it.

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Chris Donnelly: Stop worrying about what you feed your kids Chris Donnelly: Stop worrying about what you feed your kids
Considering the nutritional value of each bite ingested for each kid just seems like a nice but unattainable ideal most days.
Toys”R”Us recalls popular child seat Toys”R”Us recalls popular child seat
Toys"R"Us is asking customers to stop using a popular child seat.
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