EO Parent

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Pick programs that actively engage your little watchers and don’t let the tube replace play.

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It’s finally fall! I’m normally excited for this season, but this year even more so. We need some joy, right? Speaking of joy, let’s talk vegetables. Okay, that’s a joke, but I do have some re…

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If 2020 has taught me anything it is to think outside the box. We had organized a baby shower for our daughter, fully planning to have 50+ guests at a venue with catered food and decorations. …

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When we think about physical activity many of us think of all the physical benefits. For example, it helps with weight management and reduces our risk of injury and disease. Being physically a…

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From choosing cute face coverings to ordering restaurant takeout, the COVID-19 pandemic has created experiences families couldn’t have imagined a year ago. One of the most nerve-wracking can b…

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Tired and agitated, Sara got ready for bed. What had happened to the day? She had woken up fresh that morning, ready to have a productive day. During breakfast, Sara’s assistant called to aler…

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We love our horses here in Eastern Oregon, home of the Round-Up and many other rodeos. We get excited when we see them coming in the parades, as beautifully decked out as their riders. However…

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You may have found yourself recently telling your child, “You won’t be going back to school, yet.” Those words may have a multitude of valid feelings attached. Those words lead to uprooting yo…

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The kids are still out of school, the weather is decent, and you’ve got paid time off you need to use. Sounds like the perfect time for travel plans! Except, 2020 doesn’t care about your plans…

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As adults, it is our job to help children learn to be awesome adults. Part of this is to have the hard conversations that make us unsure and uncomfortable, on topics like discrimination. So he…

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I’m not a doctor or a scientist, but I’d like to go on record saying that these past few months have caused humans the most stress in the last 50 years. I’d venture to say that even the Persia…

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Summer has arrived and with no sleepover camps for children, families will be looking for things to do to maintain their collective sanity. Many wonderful day trips in our area are not only fu…

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Summer is a great time to turn off the TV and go outside, or least that’s what I yell at my kids every day. Recently, my daughter decided to build a porch swing that she saw on Pinterest. The …

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As communities reopen and parents return to work, child care is just as important as ever – but it looks a little different in the time of COVID-19. Much of the job of keeping parents and chil…