We want our sons and daughters to enjoy campus life, learn by their own successes and failures, and blossom into independent adults. We also want to know whether they are eating fruits and vegetables because what if they get constipated? Or scurvy?
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If anyone ever tells you that it gets easier to send your kid off to college with each successive kid and with each successive year, they're lying.
By Belinda Goldsmith LONDON, Feb 13 (Reuters) - Turbo-charged parents still running their university-aged children's schedules, laundr...
"Empty nester!" friends exclaim. "How is it?" Just as I thought it would be. And completely the opposite.
There is a distinct joy in the house when the kids come home. The fridge door barely closes, stocked with their favorite foods while the washer/dryer does double and triple duty.
During these final days of packing and shopping, find time to talk about these essential ingredients for this major life transition with your college bound students:
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