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Suelain Moy

About Suelain Moy

Suelain Moy has devoted many consonants and vowels to the study of babies, toddlers, pregnant mamas, teenagers, celebrities, and other wild things. A published author and writer, she has contributed articles and reviews to many national magazines and parenting web sites, including Parenting, Entertainment Weekly, Good Housekeeping, American Baby,,, and She is the author of Names to Grow On: Choosing A Name Your Baby Will Love. When she is not writing, she can be found directing lost tourists wandering the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
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Close to Home

Happy family in a video conference

Sometimes, despite our best intentions, a visit or reunion with loved ones simply isn’t possible. Here are fun ways to keep in touch with long-distance relatives and friends and keep your loved ones in your “immediate” vicinity. Read more


Raising a Creative Child

How to encourage creativity in your children.

Remember the promise of an empty box? The next time your child is faced with an empty box or a blank sheet of paper, give them time to dream and think. Read more


Fast and Fabulous Kids’ Room Makeovers

DIY easy kids room makeovers

With so many moods, stages, fads, and transformations on the horizon, we’ve found seven surefire ways to modernize and update your child’s bedroom without breaking a sweat, or the bank. Read more


Raising Readers in a Digital Age

How to encourage kids to read

There are plenty of ways to encourage your kids to read, and they don’t always involve books! Read more


Celebrate the 4th of July

Family activities to celebrate the 4th of July

When it comes to summer holidays, sometimes it’s the sweetest memories that linger the longest. Read more


Read Book, Will Travel

Lost on a family road trip.

Flat Stanley to Caddie Woodlawn, books can inspire novel adventures. Read more

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Ban This!

Banning best friends and hugging in school.

Schools are banning everything from hugs to Facebook to best friends. Is it depriving our kids of the very real need to learn how to cope? Read more


Step-moms and Blended Families

A blended family is also a happy family

Secrets from the “Second Wives’ Club”. Most of the step-moms I know are struggling and problem-solving like anyone else as more and more, blended families are combining sets of parents and children. Read more


YA Novels: Not Just for Teenagers

Adults can read Young Adult books too

Not surprisingly, young adult novels have been finding new readers—in adults, with YA titles surpassing sales of traditional fiction in recent years. Read more


Someone You Know

Eating Disorder

In your circle of family and friends, you might know a person who is struggling with anorexia, bulimia, or binge-eating. Read more

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