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There is a lot that’s hard about having children. I have three and I have never worked harder or multitasked faster than I have since the first one came along. I have found, though, that one of the hardest things about raising children is just coming up with ideas. Ideas for meals, ideas for activities, ideas for how to try a different approaching when my own isn’t working…those ideas sometimes prove most elusive. Well, I bet a one year subscription to Family Circle might help in the idea department. Get yourself one for FREE! Click here.
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