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What does your family do?

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The best kept worst secret of having a school-aged kid are ALL the days out of school. Now, I get it. Teachers need work days. There are holidays. Kids need breaks. Yadda Yadda. I KNOW. But, seriously! The scheduling shenanigans that take place to figure out what to do with …

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WGU Nevada is offering $325,000 in Full-Ride Scholarships for Aspiring Teachers as Part of Statewide ‘Teach Nevada’ Scholarship Program

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Contemplating a career in education, but worried about the potential cost and time of going back to school? WGU Nevada is here to help. Thanks in part to the State of Nevada Department of Education’s “Teach Nevada” program, our online, competency-based university is currently offering 18 full-ride scholarships to newly …

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WIC and the Nevada Breastfeeding Coalition’s Here-There-Everywhere, A Breastfeeding Awareness Campaign Supporting Nevada Moms

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We all know mama’s need help with, well, everything from dinner and laundry to dishes and homework and so much in between. That’s why I thought the Reno Moms would be interested in a new program from the Nevada Women, Infants and Children that has been launched here in Reno …

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My Husband is a Great Man/Husband/Father, But He Doesn’t Deserve a Cookie

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I will be the first to admit. My husband is really good man. He is a great husband and an amazing father. He is super involved with our kids. He plays with them, takes them to fun places, feeds them, changes diapers, bathes them and does basically everything a parent …

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In quest of the work/life balance

On a Wednesday a couple weeks ago, my son wasn’t himself. Lethargic, wanted to be held, and just not his usual happy self. I made the call to keep him home from daycare, although he didn’t have a fever and wasn’t technically sick. I figured a day at home cuddling …

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Why I Volunteer in My Kid’s Classroom

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Picture this scene:  It’s Back To School night at your child’s elementary school, and the dreaded parent volunteer forms come out.  This past year, as I sat in the teacher’s orientation speech, a working mom next to me whispered, “I told the teacher not to expect me to volunteer at school because my job …

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