The holidays are a hectic time for parents. Between the decorating, caroling, shopping, cookie-baking, Elf on the Shelf-moving and Santa secret-keepin...
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The holidays come with a lot of pressure for parents. Too often they overextend to give their children the gifts they ask for and to "keep up with the Joneses." Parents need to beware of falling into the overindulgence trap during the holidays.
From the minute I saw this creature it freaked me out. It's scary, I tell you! The little thing is scary! I felt as if I would awaken in the middle of the night to this little Chucky coming after me.
WASHINGTON -- Bryan Caplan, the George Mason University economist, espouses the world's least neurotic parenting philosophy: "serenity parenting."
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