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  • Lori Borgman: Hot days lead to heated conversations

    These dwindling days of summer in the South have been sizzlers. As one of our daughters said, "It's been a good week - for putting your head in the freezer."

  • Balancing Act: Readers swept up in 'messy room' debate

    Few columns have inspired the outpouring of feedback like my recent column, "A clean break on messy room problem," in which, upon the advice of psychologist Wendy Mogel, I vowed to plant a (proverbial) white flag of surrender outside my daughter's bedroom.

  • Parents @ Play: Games for whole family; batteries not included

    In an era when just about everyone over the age of two has a room full of electronic devices, it can be hard for families to find ways to spend quality time together (meaning everyone is actually looking at everyone else). It's especially tough if the kids are careening toward adolescence. This week we review four really fun games for families with kids eight and up. No batteries, chargers, or Internet connection required.

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