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So Your Child Needs a Feeding Tube—Here's Everything You Need to Know

Your first step as the parent of a tube-fed child: Don't panic—you've got this. Next, get to know this super-important tool designed to keep your child healthy and thriving.

Do You Have a Tube-Fed Child? Here Are 5 Types of Supplies You Need ASAP

From the right formula to "tubie" stuffed animals, here's what parents need to help make tube-feeding a success for their little one.

Stunning Photo Series Featuring Tube-Fed Babies Drives Home That Fed Is Truly Best

The photographer, whose almost four-month-old has been struggling with feeding, wanted to send the message that "fed is best." Three moms who feed their L.O.s by tube stepped up to the plate.

7 Unexpected Benefits of Eating Together as a Family, According to Science

Sitting down for a family meal (and no, it doesn't necessarily have to be dinner) has resounding benefits for both kids and their parents.

20 Volunteer Ideas for Kids: An Age-by-Age Guide to Doing Good

From sorting recyclables to taking part in a rally for a good cause, these community service ideas for kids will make giving back second nature.

5 Ways to Make the Most of Weeknights With Your Kids

If you’re frustrated that you get only a few hours with your kids, try these simple strategies to optimize your moments, and trust that they’re enough.
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