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Four Big Reasons For Little Kids To See An Orthodontist
New Survey Finds Teen Acne Can Take The 'Self' Out Of Selfie
How Young Men Can Improve Their Futures
What Parents Want
University Of Phoenix Survey Suggests The Majority Of Parents May Be Unaware Of The Effects Of Cyberbullying On Their Children
Six Tips To Help You Manage Kids' Screen Time
Helping Kids Succeed
What To Expect When You're Expecting...A Teenager
Looking To Develop Your Girl's Leadership Skills? Try Girl Scouts
Give The Gift Of Music For The Present Of A Lifetime
Decoding Play: Why Variety Is Key To Raising Successful Kids
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Tips On Choosing A Lice Treatment For Back-To-School
Pregnancy Planning—An App For That
Five Fun Ways To Welcome The Tooth Fairy
Helping Kids Achieve
Crispy Fruit Snacks In The Lunchbox Get An A+
Keep Your Kids On The Road To Safety
Expert Tips For Parents To Help Their Children Declutter Their Digital Brand
Academic Success Could Involve Music To Your Ears
How Teachers And Parents Can Work Together To Combat Summer Slide
How To Help Your Young Man Succeed
Make Time For Quick Family Meals


Question of the Week:

Everyone knows the song, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer . . . But did you ever wonder why it’s “nosed”? Sorry, we digress! The real question we want to ask as we get into the spirit of the season is about the other reindeer. In previous versions, Donner has been Donder and even Dunder. Blitzen was Blixem. In the 1800s, the names in German became Donder (thunder) and Blitzen (lightning). And when Montgomery Ward and Gene Autry and others told or sang the story of Rudolph, it became Donner. So, inquiring minds want to know, what’s your preference, Donner or Donder? As far as we know, Santa may well take the results of this poll and use it to make his own decision, so vote carefully!


 



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