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The USDA’s guidelines don’t account for potential allergens like dairy, bread and eggs.
The MyPlate on My Budget challenge kept this family on a thrifty budget and at healthy weights.
The USDA Food Plan considers potatoes, corn and frozen juice concentrate as produce.
The goal: Spend no more than $158.30 at Fred Meyer on a week’s worth of food for a family of four.
Can Jennifer Bardsley stick to the feds’ recommended grocery budget and nutritional requirements?
This mom turned to the Edmonds Moms Facebook group for advice on getting her daughter’s ears pierced.
Recent earthquakes in Western Washington reminded this family of four to prepare for the worst.
This summer they’ll travel in comfort to Larrabee, Alta Lake and Brooks Memorial state parks.
You can set up chairs at An Edmonds Kind of Fourth parade the night before. But it’s not so simple.
This stay-at-home mom loves the “The Healthy Meal Prep Instant Pot Cookbook” by Carrie Forrest.
The parenting trend for an “unscheduled summer” gives kids the opportunity to be bored for 10 weeks.
This mom spent the family’s vacation budget on air purifiers, HEPA filters and tower fans.
Her 14-year-old son’s high school orientation was an evening of reckoning for this mom.
He won the Silver Star and Purple Heart for his heroism. It was up to my grandma to tell his story.
A subscription watercolor kit with online tutorials turns into affordable Mommy and Me art classes.
After five years, the cushions have become saggy and lumpy. But the slipcovers mean it can be cleaned.
“It’s a good thing I have a guard dog with me,” she told their miniature poodle.
Sharpen your pencils, and get ready to grade yourself. Your Mother’s Day report card is waiting.
Do you remember the lyrics to “Hot Cross Buns”? If not, you will soon.
This style of parenting has two main principles: give unconditional love and let children fail.