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It's a pretty big moment when your baby takes those first tentative steps. When your daughter is ready for her senior prom, that's pretty big, too. Those family vacations don't remember themselves, and your parents won't be around forever.
Preserving family memories is easier now than it used to be. With technology these days, you can preserve those memories with a camera, or a piece of paper and pen. Find out how.
Do your kids have you laughing? Do you text grandma the fabulous things they say? Will you remember them in 10 years? Here are some ideas to help you preserve your little ones' great moments.
Childhood passes too quickly; capture those fleeting moments with these enriching activities to nurture, instruct and create cherished memories in your home or neighborhood whether you are staycationing or just enjoying summer time together.
Mouthwatering chocolate cake, sugar cookies and red eggs take on special meaning when they are part of traditional family events. Learn to create your own family traditions involving yummy food from around the world. Make mouthwatering memories.
Complaints about a Facebook feature bringing up memories from the year people would rather forget prompted the social media site to change its "Year in Review" feature. Here's how.
Parenting a toddler is no easy task but there are many memories and rewards that come with the job.
Your children are only a baby once. Here are 21 memories you definitely don't want to miss.
You don't need to be rich or have unlimited time in order to give yours kids great experiences. Often times, it's the simple moments they will remember the most. Here are 15 simple memories to make with your kids that will last a lifetime.
The beach can be a wonderful place to make memories your children will cherish forever.
Basic cooking skills are some of the best things you can give your kids before sending them off into the world. Turn your child into a chef extraordinaire and give them one-on-one attention at the same time.
Divorced parents can deprive their children of important childhood memories. These five suggestions can help your children through the devastating blow of divorce.
Are you forgetful? Can't remember important things or where you put stuff?
Create shared memories that will last a lifetime.
Make some unforgettable family memories during this fall's cooler weather.
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