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5 Ways to Use Technology with Your Teenager | Parent Cue Blog

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5 Ways to Use Technology with Your Teenager 

Is technology destroying our society? Inhibiting our kids’ ability to carry on a multi-sentence conversation? Are we raising tiny little robots who will one day grow up to only communicate… Read More
3 Ways to Show Up for Foster Families in Your Community | Parent Cue

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3 Ways to Show Up for Foster Families in Your Community

Foster care and adoption have some similarities, they also have vast differences. But one thing they both share is a need for care and support. Knowing how to do so… Read More

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Families Only Spend 37 Minutes Together a Day: Make Them Count

37 minutes. That’s not long.   Go on an Instagram deep dive? 37 minutes.  Watch an episode of your favorite show, then ignore the remote when the countdown begins and it rolls into the next episode? 37 minutes and then some. Mentally reorganize… Read More

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PCL 07: Making Moments

Carlos Whittaker, author of Moment Maker, talks with Reggie Joiner and Kristen Ivy talk about how to create, receive, and rescue moments so you can have a better life and become a better parent. Read More

Current Events | Family Activities

Top 50 Books For Kids and Teens to Read While Stuck Inside

Thanks to the recent spread of the Coronavirus, we’re spending an unprecedented amount of time indoors, with no foreseeable end in sight. If you’re worried that you’ve already found the end of the internet in an effort to entertain your restless family,… Read More

Celebrations | Family Activities

Celebrating Fall

Fall is filled with school starting back, festivals, and holiday traditions. But creating memories takes effort—planning and execution. Here are a few ideas on how to make the most of the fall season with your family. Choose a couple of options that… Read More

Family Activities | Family Life

Let Your Kids Be Bored

“Moooooom! I’m boooored!” I’d been bracing myself for this time-honored refrain for months as my almost-4-year-old’s naptime slowly transitioned to “quiet” time. I felt a deep stab of guilt. His toddler brother was sound asleep, and the nap block was sacrosanct for… Read More

Create A Rhythm | Family Activities

The Battle of the Bored

School’s been out for fifteen minutes . . . The bus is just pulling out of your neighborhood . . . And our signature on that last report card hasn’t even dried yet . . . When from the bowels of their… Read More