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Avoiding Gender Stereotypes

Even progressive parents may unintentionally reinforce narrowly defined gender stereotypes.

I'm a Tulsa Kid: Heidi Kay Lester

At just two years old, Heidi Kay Lester has already made a huge impact on the lives of those closest to her.

Tips for Dining with Toddlers

Bringing a young child to a restaurant can be tough, but with planning and flexibility, it can be a positive experience.

Movement Makes a Child's Brain Say 'Yay!'

Tips from the library to make any book kinetic.

Picky Eater Rehab:

Try these three tips if your child is a picky eater.

How Do You Build a Reader?

Talk, Sing, Read, Write and Play Every Day!

Screen Time Slows Speech Development

A new study helps answer the question: How much time should children spend with mobile devices?

Time-Out Troubles

Mistakes that reduce the effectiveness of "time-outs."

Is Your Child Stressed?

Tics may be an indication that your child is experiencing stress. Here is what to look for and what you can do about it.

Water Worries

Five tips to keep kids safe at the pool.

Five Parenting Policies that Work

Not every rule is effective, but these five are tried and true.

Tales of Toilet Training

Many parents feel pressured to potty train their kids as soon as they turn 2--but if they're not ready, it's probably not worth it.
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One Reason Why

There are not 13 reasons why a person commits suicide, there is one: mental illness.

Age Appropriate Books to Talk to Your Kids about Sex

Tulsa Birthday Parties for Kids

Top Places to Play Indoors in Tulsa

Here are my top choices for where to go when you need to get the wiggles out in the middle of winter.

Free Events for Tulsa Families

Homeschooling in Tulsa

Area families choose homeschooling for a variety of reasons-and mold options to fit their unique needs.

Anatomy of a Meltdown

Autism meltdowns can be terrifying both for the child experiencing them and those nearby; the best thing we can do is to love each other and reach out for available support.

You're Only as Old as You Feel

While my upcoming 60th birthday is still somewhat of a shock, I've realized that this season of life comes with plenty of perks.

Teachers Can't Find the Nurturer in TPS's Classroom Management System

No-Nonsense Nurturer has been criticized as being robotic, stifling and under-researched.

Twin Moments

When Blythe got sick and Reese went off on her own adventures, I was reminded of how important one-on-one time is.