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It's Beginning to Look A Lot Like The Holidays

by Jillian Gordon of "Mamapedia"
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Why is it that the most wonderful time of the year is also the most stressful? From shuttling to holiday functions to checking off everyone on your “nice” list, things can get a bit hectic around the holidays. The good news is we’ve got great tips to keep you and your family on track through the new year. From encouraging your kids to help out more around the house to recipes for low-sugar treats and helpful hacks for surviving holiday travel, here are our top reads of the month.




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Easy Low-Sugar Treats

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Travel Hacks for Toddlers

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