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Watch out, universe – here comes Julie Sage

At 14, the aspiring astrophysicist has already made her mark

Dog-friendly dates for the dog days of summer

If you’ve found a sitter for the kids, but you don’t want to leave the four-legged one at home, you have more options than taking a walk or playing in the park down the road.

Dinosaurs marching to Derry (Whaddaya think of that?)

Laurie Berkner on kids, music and parenting

Back-to-school physical examinations

Learn about the whens and whys of annual physical exams and about some best practices regarding sending kids back to school healthy and ready to learn

Is your teen ready for their first job?

What you need to know before your child joins the workforce

vote now!

The 2018 Family Favorites ballot is now open and it's time for you to vote for your favorite family-friendly businesses in more than 50 categories.

The ballot is open now through August 15.

Vote now >

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We did it again!

We are proud to announce that we were honored with 7 gold awards and a bronze award by the Parenting Media Association at its annual Design and Editorial Awards Competition. This marks the 11th year in a row that Parenting New Hampshire has been honored by PMA, and we are pumped! Read more here.

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Look before you lock

Heatstroke is a real danger for children left in hot cars

The push and pull of letting go

Managing the many emotions you will have when your child leaves home

Bringing up Baby Driver

Driving instruction is best left to the professionals – I’m out

There’s a science to raising a well-adjusted teen

Some teens have already accomplished more than many adults have in their lifetime.

Young Writers Essay Contest

If you are a Granite State kid who loves to write, then we want to put the spotlight on you!

Winners will be chosen from three age groups: age 7 and younger; age 8-11, and age 12 and older. Additionally, an overall winner will be selected — their essay will also be published and they will be photographed for the cover of ParentingNH’s Back-to-School issue.

The essay topic is: What is your most prized possession?

Submissions must be received via email or postal mail by Wednesday, August 8, at 5 p.m.

More information and rules >

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