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Recent articles by Genevieve:

Staggered schedules, limited sharing: What summer camp might look like amid COVID-19

Staggered schedules, limited sharing: What summer camp might look like amid COVID-19 → Read More

'Mommy wars' reignite during COVID-19 and quarantine

They were just about a thing of the past. And then came the coronavirus. → Read More

Florida theme parks get social distancing, other guidelines for reopening

Florida theme parks get social distancing, other guidelines for reopening → Read More

Teacher takes in newborn as parents recover from coronavirus

The mother of one of Lira's 7-year-old students, gave birth to a baby, but could not care for him as the mother, the baby's father and brother all have COVID-19. → Read More

Meet the kindergarten teacher with 80,000 students

Megan Jessens is teaching 80,000 kindergarteners virtually. → Read More

Santa's making virtual visits to kids in quarantine

Santa's making virtual visits to kids in quarantine, and everyone's on the nice list these days. → Read More

Diapers harder to come by for some families during coronavirus

Diapers are harder for people to afford as more continue to be laid off or furloughed during the coronavirus crisis, → Read More

ICU nurse says 'the best thank you is to stay home'

It was "sheer emotion" that prompted Stephanie Weinwurm, an intensive care unit nurse from Westborough, Massachusetts, who works at Beth Israel Deaconess in Boston, to write a heartfelt Facebook post begging people to stay home. "I had just gotten off three 12-hour shifts in a row," she told "Good Morning America." " I came home deflated and scared for the first time in my 20 plus years of… → Read More

Walt Disney World, Disneyland closed 'until further notice'

Walt Disney World and Disneyland will stay closed for the foreseeable future, the company said Friday. "While there is still much uncertainty with respect to the impacts of COVID-19, the safety and well-being of our guests and employees remains The Walt Disney Company’s top priority," a spokesperson for The Walt Disney Company said. "As a result of this unprecedented pandemic and in line with… → Read More

'It's something I never imagined having to do alone': Women face childbirth without partners amid coronavirus outbreak

Amid the coronavirus outbreak and changing hospital policies, women face giving birth alone. → Read More

Husband praises his wife for quitting her job: 'Not one promise came to fruition'

Jacob Brown praised his wife, Kimberly, for leaving her job in a viral LinkedIn post. → Read More

Proposed 'screen-time' bill could limit smartphone, tablet use in Minnesota schools

A proposed bill in Minnesota would limit screen time for young learners. → Read More

How parents can prep for possible school closures due to coronavirus

Parents can make preparations for possible school closures. → Read More

Leap year-born sisters reunite with leap year-born doctor who delivered them

Two sisters and the doctor who delivered them share a leap year birthday. → Read More

Mom dances with 2-year-old son in case his wedding day never comes

A mother and son share a sweet dance. → Read More

After Gen Z, meet Gen Alpha. What to know about the generation born 2010 to today

If you have a child born 2010 or later, you're parenting a Generation Alpha. The jobs they'll have some day? Many don't currently exist. They will have more formal education than any generation before them. The majority of their parents? Millennials. The term "Generation Alpha" was coined by Mark McCrindle, a social researcher in Australia. While the traits and habits of Gen A are of great… → Read More

After a year in the hospital, 6-year-old gets a heart and goes home

A six-year-old boy is finally home with a new heart. → Read More

I tried horse therapy and it changed the way I see my life

Retreats take place at Canyon Ranch as well as other locations around the U.S. and the Caribbean several times each year. → Read More

'If you have to choose between work and family, pick family' says CEO in viral post

Work-life balance is a myth for most, but not for this CEO. → Read More

My family was ripped apart by addiction and mental illness. Here is my plea

Kevin Keast was a supportive husband, an amazing father and a compassionate social worker. He also struggled with mental illness and heroin addiction. That addiction ultimately killed him. Kevin's wife, Sarah Keast, told "Good Morning America" that she and Kevin married in 2005. Shortly before their wedding Kevin had his first episode of severe anxiety. "Now looking back on it with the clarity… → Read More