Laundry time again? With kids in the house, almost every day turns into laundry day. Those little clothes turn into a big pile pretty quickly! No worries â you'll get it done. Follow these tips for creating a safe and efficient laundry routine. Read it's all in the wash: your guide to coming clean
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My husband's childless stepmother has been "infatuated" (her word) with my 6-year-old "Jane" since Jane's birth. She regularly gives multiple gifts to Jane, but none to my 5-year-old. She tells Jane, "Uh-oh, here comes mommy!" "Do you want me to rescue me from your mommy?" She once yanked Jane from my arms and ran off into the woods. Another time, she flung Jane 15 feet across the floor. (Both times she was angry at me.) She's invited herself to our house about every other weekend for four years. We've talked to her many times. Nothing changes. What should I do? Read My mother-in-law is obsessed with my daughter -- what should I do?
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Watch the ups and downs as the Barstons give their home a baby proofing makeover. To see their results, tune in now.
My 3-year-old has become an escape artist. He wakes early in the morning before anyone is up and tries to get out of the house. During the day, every chance he gets, he sneaks out the back door or out his window, which we no longer leave open, and takes off down the road. He always heads toward the park and says he is going for a walk. I cannot express the fear you feel when all of the sudden you cannot find your child. Why does he do this, and what can we say in order to get through to him that this is not okay? Read My 3-year-old is an escape artist. How can I stop this?
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Preschoolers love outdoor adventures with you. And whether you camp far away or just hike in a local park, it's a good idea to know what to do in case anyone gets lost or separated. Learn the basics of staying safe outdoors. Read Staying Safe While Enjoying the Great Outdoors
Avoiding sunburn for our kids doesn't have to be hard work. A few smart precautions, such as covering up with clothing and staying out of the midday sun, will usually do the trick. Learn more about sunburn prevention and treatment. Read Sunburn Smarts
Pools, lakes, oceans, and water parks can be lots of fun for families. But having fun safely is possible only when parents are alert to potential dangers-and that means paying constant attention to your kids when they are in or around water. Read How to Keep the Kids Safe in the Water
Your baby will arrive any day now! Do you have a car seat picked out and ready to go? These handy guidelines may help you make your selection. Learn more about car seats and safety for your smallest passenger. Read Car Seat Safety and Shopping Guide
Our little ones keep growing and finding new ways to move around and explore. That means we may need to adapt our babyproofing and safety routines at different ages and stages. Learn more about age-based safety guidelines. Read Safety for Every Age
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