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Baby Shower Second Hand Gift Trend

Baby Shower Second Hand Gift Trend

New arrivals need a lot of stuff. But when it's your second infant – or bigger ticket stuff kids outgrow quickly – gently used presents could be a smart mom move.

March 2013
Distracted New Moms Drive Dangerously with Baby on Board

Distracted New Moms Drive Dangerously with Baby on Board

A survey of new mothers gives some scary statistics about the way they drive – from talking or texting on cell phones to tending to their tykes.

March 2013
Tips for Properly Freezing Your Food

Tips for Properly Freezing Your Food

Celebrate National Frozen Food Day March 6 by following these helpful tips when freezing everything from meat to veggies to herbs.

March 2013
Chalkboard Tablets and Sleeves, Craft for Kids

Chalkboard Tablets and Sleeves, Craft for Kids

This old-fashioned project spins high-tech tablets on their screens! Make a nifty DIY board that mimics the digital devices, complete with a storage case.

March 2013
The Bully Book by Eric Kahn Gale, Michigan Native

The Bully Book by Eric Kahn Gale, Michigan Native

Writer's debut novel, based in part on his real-life experiences in sixth grade, is really resonating with middle schoolers – and readers of all ages.

March 2013
Meet Saahil, Metro Parent March 2013 CoverKid – VIDEO

Meet Saahil, Metro Parent March 2013 CoverKid – VIDEO

This spunky 5-year-old boy from Inkster had a blast at Matthaei Botanical Gardens in Ann Arbor. Meet the kid in a special Q&A about his 'imaginary' friend and more!

March 2013
United Cerebral Palsy Skate Without Limits Fundraiser

United Cerebral Palsy Skate Without Limits Fundraiser

Each March, this effort in Hazel Park to help kids features the Michigan Sled Dogs, UCP Pucksters and Detroit Red Wings Alum – and loads of family fun.

March 2013
Imaginary Friends: The Benefits of Your Kid's Scapegoat, Confidant and Alter Ego

Imaginary Friends: The Benefits of Your Kid's Scapegoat, Confidant and Alter Ego

By and large, pretend pals can be a means to help children explore boundaries, new situations and more. Here's how they're useful – and what parents can do about them.

March 2013
Dad Jason Gittinger, Founder of The Detroit School of Rock and Pop Music

Dad Jason Gittinger, Founder of The Detroit School of Rock and Pop Music

He's a drummer, father and the dude behind a cool, community-focused music movement in southeast Michigan that's all about dreams and family.

March 2013
Career Focused Camps Give Southeast Michigan Teens an Edge

Career Focused Camps Give Southeast Michigan Teens an Edge

Many colleges are offering summer fare for high schoolers. They experience campus life and explore ambitions – or, just as importantly, discover what they might not want to be when they grow up.

March 2013
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