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Happily Ever After (for Our Children)

Summer of the Tarantula

If you're hosting a child's class pet over the summer, good luck!

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A Parable of Two Neighbors

It is better to be the neighbor who mows a neighbor's yard than to be the neighbor who tosses pinecones into it.

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Camp Grandma

Overnight camps may not fit every child's personality, but that doesn't mean your introverted child can't have a fun summer camp experience.

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Reflections on Family Camping

Whether you're "roughing it" or enjoying more luxurious accommodations, camping creates lasting memories.

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What I'd Tell My Mother

In the seven years since she passed away, my love and admiration for my mother has continued to grow.

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Grandparenting Class

If you're an expectant grandparent, the newer information about raising babies safely can be overwhelming; here is a simple, ten-item list to get you started.

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Single with Kids: Five Dates to Avoid

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Can you give too much praise?

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Return of the Sunday Family Dinner

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Why I want my ex to be happy (and you should too).

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About Diane. 

When we think family, most people think of the standard version: Mom, Dad and two or three kids. The reality is there are many different configurations that may constitute family. This blog will address issues that affect single parent families and stepfamilies.  Each week we’ll take a look at situations that are unique to single parent families or stepfamilies, ranging from small annoyances to complex issues. My primary qualification for writing this blog is practical experience, I was a single mom to two daughters for almost ten years before remarrying. Now that my daughters are grown my time is spent assisting with a Special Olympics swim and track team, reading voraciously and training and competing in triathlons and open water swims.

Diane Morrow-Kondos, B.S, M.S,