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British Nanny: A lesson in self love

On Valentine's Day, thoughts turn to love, most notably the romantic kind. Growing up in England, Valentine's Day was a day for adults.

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Let's Cook!: Red velvet … with a twist

You see a lot of red velvet treats this time of year, but in the past, I could never bring myself to make them because of all the red food dye used to give them that great color.

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Triple Threat: Keeping it all straight

I love watching my kids have fun. I get a real charge out of hearing them talk with such passion about their favorite activities.

New Mom Notes: Onward bound

This month, my husband and I are planning to take our son, Hudson, on a weekend trip.

The 24-hour shift: Watching the standout

As I was watching my child’s extracurricular activity class in action, my attention strayed away from her performance and watched the class “Standout” do another Amazing Thing.

Triple Threat: Needing more time in the day

There is never enough time to get all the things done that need to be done. There is not enough time for me to take a minute and just breathe.

British Nanny: Giving thanks when grandparenting in the NICU

Thanksgiving Day 2013 my grandson Jack was born two months ahead of schedule. He was born at 32 weeks and spent 18 days in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).

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The 24-hour shift: Put the fun back in Halloween

It’s Trick-or-treating time! The time of year when parents either cringe or cheer.

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Triple Threat: Teal pumpkins and food allergies

Fearing allergic reactions, the Steuer family is participating in the Teal Pumpkin Project.

British Nanny: Goodbye to summer, hello harvest

The end of summer is always bittersweet. The cycle of life turns from long, luxurious days and gives way to the shorter colorful days of autumn

British Nanny: The magic of being a grandmother

What's my favorite name these days? Nanny.

New Mom Notes: This time last year

This time last year, I was going to have a baby—but I didn’t know it yet.

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Acorn Advice: Getting into the groove of back-to-school

Question: My kids will be back in school before I know it. What’s the best way to get back into a routine after a summer of late nights and sleeping in?

Triple threat: Catching a glimpse

Answering life’s questions, and learning more about future plans

What do you want to be when you grow up?

Parent stories: Double decker sandwich

When my son arrived home from his second year of college with his laundry bags stuffed to capacity, it hit me, once again, how unconventional my life is now.

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