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Keeping your Kids’ Brains Active this Summer

Whether your children are homeschooled or attend public or private school, children will continuously learn and grow their minds through the curriculum being taught to them throughout the school year.  There are great benefits to continuing education over the summer, but whether your children go to school or are homeschooled, many kids don’t want toContinue Reading “Keeping your Kids’ Brains Active this Summer”

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First Aid Tips For Toddlers

When children are learning to walk, and gaining control of their balance, little accidents can be an everyday occurrence. The trouble is that toddlers can be notoriously difficult customers at times, and if they are hurt or injured, this is no exception. Sometimes they may even protest when you are trying to administer first aid.Continue Reading “First Aid Tips For Toddlers”

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5 Active Ways to Celebrate Your Military Kids

Spring has finally sprung across the U.S. and there’s no better time to celebrate our military children with the Month of the Military Child. The nicer weather brings ample opportunities to get outside and be active as a family. Since military kids must often deal with separation from a parent, finding fun ways to beContinue Reading “5 Active Ways to Celebrate Your Military Kids”

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4 Factors to Consider when Choosing a Car Seat

Content provided courtesy of USAA Member Community. By: Briana Hartzell I spent hours and hours researching the best car seat options for my first born Reagan (the beauty of a second born is that you already have all the essential gear!). The problem with just searching for the top ranked car seat on shopping sitesContinue Reading “4 Factors to Consider when Choosing a Car Seat”