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Turning Cooking with Kids into Life Lessons:

Mommy Masters recently celebrated National Pizza Party Day with WLFA’s Daytime, alongside Cyndi Edwards and Jerry Penacole.  Ellie shares why cooking with children is so important. From teamwork to appreciation, there are tons of life lessons to be learned in the kitchen!  Watch Ellie’s segment and read about how you can reach and teach your child …

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Contributor Post: To Trophy or Not to Trophy?

In light of the recent story on Steelers outside linebacker, James Harrison and his parenting choice of taking away his son’s trophies he felt were not earned, this month’s guest contributor article is right in line with what’s happening in the “news”. [su_divider top=”no”] Mommy Masters welcomes mom and blogger, Cassandra Cousineau, who shares her own …

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December 2014 Parenting Tip-Teach your Children to be Teachers:

When you have multiple children, your younger ones look up to the older ones.  They tend to emulate their older brother or sister, which is not always a good thing. I am constantly telling my older boys that they are role models for my two year old.  That means their little brother’s behavior reflects their behavior. …

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The August Parenting Tip-Back to School Edition:

Have you noticed your child acting out a bit, craving attention, or behaving in a manner that is not typical for his/her personality?  Instead of getting frustrated, yelling and turning to punishment, think about what else could actually be the cause. It’s back to school time and your little one may be feeling nervous and …

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March Parenting Tip: Time to Get Stricter with your Sitter's Pictures!

When we leave our children in the hands of a sitter, we typically go through a checklist of items, to ensure we are all on the same page.  Some examples may include discussing bedtime routines, going over any necessary medications, emergency contact information, how late we might be out, etc.  We rarely think about social …

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