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Grill Up Flavor

Bring big taste to the party with marinades and spices.

10 Ways To Set Yourself Up For New Puppy Success

Have a new puppy in your future?? It's not as easy as it seems! Be ready, and set yourself up for success with these great tips.

Misleading Promises and Unfulfilled Dreams

Oregon Family's Movie Time review of The Promised Land. Release on Home Video April 23, 2013. This one designed for the grown ups.

Movie Time Review - The Croods

Someone once said, “Change is good for the soul,” and that’s what this month’s family feature is all about. Dreamworks / 20th Century Fox, PG

Ok Class of 2013, Listen Up !!

This month's Dad's Eye View offers humorous advise to this years 8th grade graduating class.

Must-have gadgets designed to eliminate pet peeves

Companies are rolling out hot new technology to keep you connected, organized and entertained. Yet, many create pet peeves. Whether you are hanging out at home or travelling on vacation, here’s a round-up of tech gadget must-haves that get rid of top gadget pet peeves.

10 Tips on Family Photography

Ever wonder why world-famous photographer Ansel Adams took pictures mostly of mountains, deserts and lakes? It’s because trees, sand and water don’t fidget, pout, drool, grimace, whine, or have milk-mustaches that only show up in pictures.

Nagging: Our Least Glamorous Job

A humorous take on Nagging, from our Dad's Eye View author, Rick Epstein.

Traveling Abroad with Children - Some Why’s and How-To’s

As someone who lived abroad for 18 months with two children ages 3 and 8, I bristle when I hear someone say “Travel is wasted on children,” or “Now that we have kids, our traveling days are over.” If either of those sentiments approximates your own, be forewarned that I’m going to try to change your mind. I happen to think that traveling with children is a) Incredibly valuable for both kids and their parents and b) Not difficult if you’re prepared to make some basic concessions.

Respecting Temperarments While Leaving Room for Personality

Some insights on the subtle difference between personality and temperament and how that relates to you and your loved ones.

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