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In an effort to alleviate any feelings of guilt that may be felt by parents sleep training, Dr. Whitney Roban emphasizes that sleep is not a luxury, it is a necessity. It is a vital component to a happily, functioning family. And for those of us trying to keeping the spark alive in 2013, let's start with the basics--a well rested family!
<p>In case you missed it, here is a recent post from <a href="http://www.parents.com/parenting/celebrity-parents/rosie-pope-advice/">“Rosie to the Rescue”, my blog for Parents Magazine</a>. In the spirit of Valentine's Day, I share some tips on how to keep the spark alive. Don’t miss the rest of the “Rosie to the Rescue” posts, available <a href="http://www.parents.com/parenting/celebrity-parents/rosie-pope-advice/">here</a>.</p>
This is a fun Valentine’s baking project to make with the kids. They will love cutting out the heart shaped ‘windows’ in the cookies and assembling little cookie sandwiches. Parents can feel good about having a little extra nutrition in these Valentine’s treats with the addition of flax and real strawberries. Flaxmeal adds great flavor to cookies and the cocoa powder keeps them feeling decadent. If you don’t have time for the frosting you can sub strawberry jam to make a more traditional Linzer cookie.
Kelly Florio Kasouf, author, fashion maven, and fabulous mama, shares the secrets of her fashion week diaper bag with us.
<p>Surviving Fashion Week, while being a busy mom, is just one of those times that having little paw prints all over a designer gown is not exactly the "chic mommy, I have it all together" look I am going for! But the reality, and the blessing, is that at fashion week or not, we are first and foremost moms.</p>
In case you missed it, here is a recent post from “Rosie to the Rescue”, my blog for Parents Magazine. Here I discuss how I manage my children's varied eating habits and share my story of how I faced my son's food fears. Don’t miss the rest of the “Rosie to the Rescue” posts, available here.
Taking the Chore Out of Chores (It's Possible, I Promise!)
Seventy-two percent of American parents don't have their kids to do chores—many of them saying it's too hard to get them to pitch in. Here's how to fix that.