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Goalie

New Year's Resolutions don't really work for me, I prefer to set and reach goals constantly, challenging myself on a regular basis, particularly when it comes to my family and community. So, what does 2014 have in store for you? Are you looking for some kid-friendly New Year's Resolutions? Look no further. 

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Making Time

Having a child really puts “time” into perspective. Time has become more personal to me now that I truly understand the value of it – how quickly it comes and goes… how powerless we are to stop it from slipping by. The only control we have lies in what we choose to DO with the time we are given.

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Household Icky-ness

Talk to any parent, and one thing we all seem to have in common is that utterly helpless feeling you get when your child is sick. The glassy eyes. The runny nose. The rattley chest.

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Giving More Than Thanks

I love cooking for friends and family, I love entertaining and having guests, but there is something about cooking on a big scale for a big day that puts me in a panic. The gravy will be lumpy, the turkey will be dry, the cranberry sauce will have chunks in it, the potatoes will be gummy, and the stuffing will give everyone salmonella.

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Less is More...

The holidays are upon us! ‘Tis the season for festive parties and scrumptious treats. With all of the holiday hustle and bustle, it’s not hard to wind up in a pinch, desperately raiding the cabinets and frantically scouring the Internet for a delicious, easy, and (if you’re me) CHEAP recipe to bring to the office party or the family get-together.

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Quick Picks: Thanksgiving Edition

"Quick Picks" posts give you a short and sweet look at what's trending at The Animal Kingdom!

Please enjoy our special Thanksgiving Edition...

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Travel Time

To avoid major meltdowns and the vicious jab of a 3 year old, be sure to include the necessities of your ones' little lives. Travel will open their eyes to new wonders and new fun, but as parents, we still have to give our kids the security they crave. With a little preparation and a few slices of home, disaster can be averted and the season can be filled with joy. 

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