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Featured | Seasonal | Social Life

What The Parent Cue Community is Thankful for This Year

If there’s anything the last couple of years has taught us it’s to be grateful. A massive perspective shift has happened for so many of us, and the little things that often went overlooked became big beacons of hope for what lies… Read More


What If This Was Your Last Christmas?

What if you knew this Christmas would be your last Christmas? I know, I know, it’s not a fun thing to think about, but just bear with me for a minute.  Just what if?  The reason I ask is because we knew.… Read More

Character and Values | Seasonal

4 Practical Ways to Model Gratitude to Your Kids

There are many words available in the dictionary to describe our kids. There’s . . .  Cuddly. Hilarious. Sassy. Clever. Mischievous. Creative. Loyal. Opinionated. But grateful? Grateful isn’t a word that first comes to mind when we think about kids in general.… Read More

Featured | Seasonal

The Parent Cue 2021 Gift Guide

Parts of 2021 felt so refreshingly different from last year.  In-person school was back in session.  Churches congregated again. Outdoor events were back on our calendars. Family and friends breathed the same air again. But other parts...well, referring to them as “Sophomore… Read More

Family Activities | Featured | Technology

Safety Tips for Sharing Your Kids’ Photos Online

Ours is the first generation of parents to raise kids in a world where technology is this immersive and this all-consuming. Because of that, many parents are hypervigilant—okay, let’s be honest, we’re stressed to the max!—about what our kids see and do… Read More

Featured | Make It Personal | Mental Health

50 Things to be Grateful for Right Now

Comparison is like a moving airport sidewalk you wander onto... it whisks you 50 yards away to a bad place before you've even taken a step. And it always seems to be right there—just one tiny thought or scroll away—ready to dump… Read More

Character and Values | Family Life | Featured

The Simplest Way to Connect With Your Kid

I’ve got some bad news for you today.  The older your kids get, the less they talk to you.  I know that if you have a three-year-old right now who sits behind you in the car and does director’s commentary when you… Read More

Featured | Mental Health | Social Life

The Warning Signs of Depression and Anxiety in Kids

As adults, it can be easy to assume that kids, particularly younger ones, have nothing to fear, worry, or be sad about. After all, childhood is known for being the most innocent and carefree stage of development. However, kids have plenty to… Read More

Conversation Guides | Featured | Phase | Special Topics

Sex Conversations Through the Phases

Is there any conversation that ranks higher on the awkward-o-meter than the sex talk with your kids? What about when you have to ask grandma to please stop kissing your baby’s hands because of the germ factor? Nope, not as awkward. Well,… Read More