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I've been working at Carolina Parent for almost 10 years.
I recently finished reading the manuscript for a soon-to-be released book called What Do You Do All Day?
Camp journals keep memories and friendships alive long after the summer is over.
Among the activities offered at local camps this summer are no fewer than 12 things I've always wanted to learn how to do.
While we were researching and compiling this year’s holiday gift guide, I talked to a lot of people about their wish lists.
Most of us witnessed Katrina's terrible devastation from the safety of our living rooms. But in our hearts, we were at storm central in Louisiana and in Mississippi.
You can show camp counselors you appreciate their work without breaking the bank — or the rules.
Carolina Parent is the proud recipient of four national awards: two for design and two for editorial content.
Mine is 45. It’s always been 45. Reapplied every hour on the hour when I’m outside for an extended period of time.
Children are amazing in their capacity to think about, care about and worry about others.
Theatrical play — whether at home or with an organized group — helps children develop imagination, confidence and creativity.
Many summer programs offer leadership training positions to help older campers get even more out of the camp experience.
There are 11 people on staff at Carolina Parent — all women. We are strong, intelligent, resourceful individuals.
December may be too early to register your child for day camp, but it's not too early to start researching your options.
We got the lowdown on some of the year's best stuff for new moms and babies. Here's what we think you'll really love.
Local experts discuss how your body image influences the way your child feels about her looks.
There's no such thing as a "typical" day at camp. As the following vignettes from seven very different summer programs attest, every camp is unique.
There are things in life that I'm grateful for almost every day.
Follow in the footsteps of a camper from sun-up to lights-out at four different camps.
Over the years, I've shared many of my fears with readers of this column. One I haven't written about is my fear of choking.
When I a teenager, I used to baby-sit for an adorable and adventurous little boy named Clay.
Find out how camp directors are using the Internet before, during and after their summer sessions.
I can't say I was surprised when I saw the photograph of Britney Spears behind the wheel of a car with her baby in her lap.
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