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The Most Unique Hot Chocolate Spots in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

The Most Unique Hot Chocolate Spots in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

On a winter day in Michigan, those at-home Swiss Miss packets just won’t do when you’re jonesing for a cup of hot chocolate to awaken your senses. Whether the warm drink is boozy, simple or over-the-top, we’ve found the best places for hot chocolate that you can only get in Southeast Michigan. Avalon Cafe and […]

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What You Need to Know About Preschooling at Home

What You Need to Know About Preschooling at Home

If you are considering doing preschool at home, this is a must-read! As a homeschooling mom myself, I will say it is some of the best years. Preschool at home is all about exploring and learning through play. Preschooling at Home There is no right or wrong way to do preschool. Preschoolers need engaging activities […]

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What If I Don’t Immediately Fall in Love With My Baby?

What If I Don’t Immediately Fall in Love With My Baby?

When we, moms, picture birth, the moment we look forward to the most is laying eyes on our beautiful little bundle of joy. We imagine their soft, warm body tightly pressed against ours, tears rolling down our eyes, our heart growing larger than it has ever been. We imagine falling, no, plummeting into all-consuming love […]

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Are Playdates Necessary? Child Development Expert Weighs In

Are Playdates Necessary? Child Development Expert Weighs In

It’s never too early for kids to make their “first” friends, but just how much should parents help the process along? Are playdates necessary? The question often comes up among parents of toddlers, preschoolers and school-age kids — after all, in our so-called “playdate society,” it’s less likely for neighborhood kids to stop over and […]

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Senior Home Safety Checklist

Senior Home Safety Checklist

We all want our parents to be strong and capable and live independently as long as possible. But time marches on and with that comes many changes – sometimes ones that are slow and difficult to detect.  According to the U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission’s study, while falls are blamed for 73 percent of the deaths […]

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