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What Parents Need To Know About Mobile Gaming for Their Kids

September 1, 2015 robynsonlineworld

Our kids have adopted mobile devices faster than we can blink but just because they understand how to work these devices doesn’t mean they know everything. One of the most popular things for kids to do on smartphones and tablets is to play games. You may not have to teach them how to actually play […]

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33 Things For Parents To Do Once The Kids Go Back To School

August 25, 2015 Living

Just about all of the districts in my area have headed back to school for the new year which means there are some parents who have a bit of extra time on their hands. Not a lot mind you, but a little at least. When my son was younger and was attending school it was […]

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Knowing Your Child’s Learning Style Can Make Homework Time Easier

August 17, 2015 Living

Even though my son is out of school I still get caught up in the back-to-school excitement this time of year. We did a combination of public school and homeschooling with T growing up, based on his needs at the time. One of the most important and helpful things I did was to learn and […]

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Do your kids know what to do in a vehicle emergency?

June 19, 2015 Living

We are a nation of on-the-go people. On average, Americans spend 541 hours per year in a car. That’s a lot of time spent, even if you are a child just riding in the car. There are approximately 5.25 million driving accidents per year – yikes! Now add to that vehicle emergencies that are not […]

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Tips for Keeping Your Kids Safer Online

June 10, 2015 Tech

My son is now 20 and out on his own. Growing up he has always been immersed in the digital world though because I am so much. There have been so many changes with the internet since he was little and I had to stay on top of these changes through the years. All parents […]

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Does Heartache Ever Heal? More about what’s happening with my son

April 8, 2015 Living

A few weeks ago I shared the latest on my son moving out. I said life is hard but I will be okay and I meant it, but I am wondering if the heartache will ever really heal. I heard from so many of you about your own experiences with your children – teens and […]

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Going Beyond the Driving Test and Win a Set of Michelin Tires

March 18, 2015 Living

Disclosure: I have been compensated by SheBuysCars and Michelin to be a part of the #SafeTires and Safe Teen Driving Initiative. When our kids get to driving age we worry about lots of things… will our child be a safe driver? will our child make good decisions about driving? will our child’s friends be safe […]

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Life is hard, but I will be okay

March 5, 2015 Living

Today I am going to share what has been happening with my life as a mom. For those that may read this and wonder why I am sharing these kinds of things on my blog for anyone to read, it is because I know I am not the only one these things happen to. Sharing […]

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Family Dinner Table Conversations: Tips and Ideas to Get Your Family Talking

January 2, 2015 Living

Family dinners are important. They are not always possible, but we do make it a priority in our home. Along with eating together we use this time to talk to each other and have interesting conversations. These talks are actually the most important part of the time together I think. Over the years when T […]

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Age Restrictions for Social Media Platforms Infographic

September 27, 2014 Social Media

At the Type-A Conference last week my friend Linda Sellers told me about her (new to me) site, Tech Granny. What a brilliant idea! Her blog talks tech but to older, and wiser, folks like grandparents. We all know that kids are born into tech these days and it is second nature to them. Grandparents […]

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