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Family Swap Meet at Qualcomm Stadium, March 22

Families with infants, small children & parents with a baby on the way will find something special at the Parent Connection Family Swap Meet. This Spring only –  Free Vendor spaces, Free admission and Free parking at Qualcomm Stadium!  Sunday, […]

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Disneyland Resort During The Holidays

I grew up in Southern California so Disneyland wasn't a resort yet but just an amusement park that we would go to once a year.  Over the years,

Holiday Gift Guide – DVDs

As the holidays approach, you are looking for the perfect gift for that niece, nephew, sister-in-law and of course, your own kids and family members. You know what

First Dental Visit When?!?

When do you take your child to the dentist for the first time?  Many parents assume regular dental visits should start around kindergarten age.  But is is actually

Basic Plumbing Tips for Parents

Being a responsible homeowner and a parent comes with certain responsibilities. As we all know maintaining a good and healthy home environment is a must. In this regard

The Importance of Treating Twins as Individuals

While it may be fun to dress your twins in the same outfits and buy exact duplicates of everything from toys to bedding, could you be perpetuating a

BEST OF: 4 Essential Tips for Car Seat Safety

By Michael Pines, Accident & Injury Prevention Expert As parents, we strive for child safety in everything we do and provide. Car seats, of course, are no exception. The

Reasons why parents still want their kids to read books and not e-books

Parents strongly believe that print books for their beloved kids can’t be replaced with the digital version of that book, also known as an e-book. They’re convinced that

Importance of Teaching Your Kids About Finances

By Dr. Jo Webber, Founder of Oink "Oink" is the first e-commerce solution that enables kids to manage and spend money within a parent-controlled environment. Many things have changed since

Childproofing Your Home

Having a toddler is a completely different experience from having a baby. Once unable to do much more than smile, gurgle, and poop, toddlers are now into anything

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