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Baby and Toddler Events in Metro Detroit

From baby events to things to do with toddlers, we've got the details on the latest happenings for little ones right here in metro Detroit.

How to Encourage Optimism and Positive Thoughts in Children

Parents can help kids develop more resiliency and the mental durability they need to weather the small stuff – and life's bigger challenges down the road.

Toddler and Baby Play Groups and Venues in Metro Detroit and...

Parents with infants and tots searching for 'playgroups in my area' trying to find local mom and baby playgroups or toddler playgroups. Look no further!

New Parent Classes in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

Find prenatal exercises, Lamaze and other types of new parent classes that mom and dad can take together to prepare for their bundle's upcoming arrival.

Finding a Mommy Match: How to Make Mom Friends

A local mom of two recalls her days of mom dating to meet other moms and fill the isolation when her kids were little.

Tips for Stay-at-Home Moms on How to Fight Depression

The blues are common for stay-at-home moms. Here is some help for stay-at-home moms, straight from a Macomb County counselor and some local mothers.

Helping Kids Cope with Stress and Anxiety

How can you tell the difference between normal stress and an anxiety disorder? We've got answers. Plus, get tips for helping your kids cope.

Play Date Etiquette and Planning

Are your toddlers ready to mingle with their peers? Here's how parents can prepare for their kids' play dates.

Small, Simple Steps to College Savings

20 ways you can save $25 (or more!) a month.

Manhattan Parents Pay $400 an Hour for Play Date Consultations

This service for private school prep is all the rage in New York, but is cashing in on the social awkwardness of young kids helping socialite parents move in the right direction?

How to Save Money for College in Small, Simple Ways

Saving $25 (or more) every month to put toward your kid's future tuition rates is very doable. Here are 20 steps to help parents get started.
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