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8 Tips for Potty Training

Potty training is a dreaded task, but you’re lucky to be sharing the responsibility with your preschool. Think about it: Unless you yourself have 20 children, she undoubtedly knows way more about potty training than you do. She’s an expert! Trust in her methods, and before you know it you’ll have this milestone mastered. We’ve got 8 expert tips on making this a successful

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Your Child’s Development in Preschool

As the parent of a preschooler, expect to be constantly amazed at how your kiddo is changing daily from his experiences at school. Every day he’ll come home with new skills, new stories, new ideas–you’ll barely be able to keep track. Buckle up: These are exciting times filled with leaps and bounds of development. Physical Development Your preschooler will be working on improving both

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Childcare & Your Taxes: Optimizing Tax Credits

Did you know how expensive childcare was going to be? For some, it might not even seem worth it to go back to work, depending on your income level. According to Care.com, the average family spends $18,000 a year on childcare. But the good news is that you are most likely eligible for the child and dependent care tax credit, which will help. And

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