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Family Fun Day at CREW Cypress Dome Trails

CREW Land & Water Trust will hold its first annual Family Fun Day on Saturday, April 8 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at the CREW Cypress Dome Trails, located at 3980 Corkscrew Road, Immokalee, near the Estero border. The Family Fun Day will take place in an open field near the trailhead with ample parking for guests. Adults and children can …

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How good is your postpartum healing plan?

Congratulations on the birth of your beautiful new baby! You spent months, if not years, preparing for this little bundle of joy, picking out nursery colors, researching pregnancy symptoms and remedies to relieve that icky morning sickness, and learning all about the changes your body goes through during those crucial and exciting 40 weeks. Now that your newborn is here, …

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Know When to Take the Child to a Psychologist

From the time a baby is born to the time he is growing and developing, the parents should take account of their overall development that is not only related to health or physical development but is also associated with the mental development. Anything that looks unusual or strange should immediately be brought to the notice of the specialist. The child …

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How to Add a Touch of Elegance to Your Traditional Holiday Meal

If you are hosting a holiday dinner, you may be wondering how to make the meal unforgettable this year, as the food and drink is undoubtedly the centerpiece of the holiday. “While staples like turkey and stuffing will always have a place at the table, don’t be shy about taking a cue from classic French dishes and dining style to …

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Crucial Benefits of Early Childhood Education

Research has shown that children enrolled in early learning programs have a greater advantage than children who do not receive a formal education before kindergarten. According to numerous studies, children that have been a part of these programs have higher IQ scores and are more behaved than their peers who were not provided with a formal education. Aside from these …

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10 Tips to Stop the Summer Slide

Learning shouldn’t stop just because school is out. In fact, stepping too far away from the books can result in a learning loss. However, research has shown that encouraging kids to read just six books, or 20 minutes a day, over the summer can help prevent the summer slide. The key is finding ways to make reading fun, combining education …

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Burgers are a Favorite for Fourth of July

This Fourth of July holiday, families across the country will be gathering around the grill and at the picnic table to enjoy burgers, steaks and other cookout favorites in celebration of America’s independence. According to a Beef Checkoff survey, nearly two-thirds of consumers plan to grill or eat beef during the Independence Day weekend. Beef is the top pick for …

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Caring for Elderly Parents: 5 Simple Things to Get Started

Where would a person be if it weren’t for their parents? Parents are the single most important people in our lives. They cared for us; taught us ways of life, to talk to walk; and fed us when we are unable to feed ourselves. It is only fair then that when the tables turn and parents start to age, the …

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DIY Room Decor! 10 DIY Room Decorating Ideas for Twins

Expecting twins is a true blessing, but it may seem a tad overwhelming for the mothers-to-be. How to fit two cribs in one room? What clothes to get? Where to store all the necessary items? These are just some of the questions that need to be resolved before babies arrive. We have decided to make this noble moment in your …

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