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June 24, 2006 (I backdated the post date so it wouldn't pop to the top of the feed.) PARENT HACKS TERMS OF SERVICE Parent Hacks is owned, operated and edited by Asha Dornfest. By accessing, using, and/or submitting material to Parent Hacks, you agree to abide by these terms of service, including any modifications that […]

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Hacks A hack is a workaround, a jerry-rig, a clever, pragmatic answer to a problem. Parents are some of the best hackers, because raising kids requires on-your-feet thinking and frequent improvisation. We’ve got hacks a-plenty, but you, our savvy readers, have more than we could ever come up with on our own. Share your hack! […]

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We parents rely on each other for quick, practical advice. Books and magazines are fine, but the real-world perspective of one’s friend, sister, neighbor, or the friend of one’s sister’s neighbor, is often the most helpful. Parent Hacks collects and publishes parents’ tips, recommendations, workarounds, and bits of wisdom – their hacks – in a […]