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  • All About Showers: Baby Showers - guide to hosting a party including games, food, and other creative touches.
  • All Family Resources - information, forums & solutions for managing today's families.
  • Atlantic Monthly: Family - archived articles and related links.
  • BC Council for the Family - support mechanism for families.
  • Bilingual Families - information and references for bilingual families, including a mailing list.
  • Blended Family Resource Guide
  • CareZone - support for children and parents affected by divorce and family break-up.
  • CYFERNet - by the USDA's Office of Research, Education and Extension the National Agricultural Library's Youth Development Information Center.
  • Famdays - day on which the combined ages of family members add up to a whole number of years. A family birthday.
  • Families Alive Conference - annual conference focusing on issues and solutions related to strengthening family relationship. May 8-10, 1997. Weber State University. Ogden, UT.
  • Families Online - offers information and useful tips particularly geared towards families with younger children.
  • Families Under Construction, Inc - an information resource center providing families with practical solutions and timely information to address the challenges inevitable in modern family life.
  • Families United on the Net - for parents made by real parents, not some company full of non-parenting type people who don't have a clue!
  • Facts for Families  - about psychiatric disorders affecting children and adolescents, 46 info sheets which provide material on issues such as the depressed child, teen suicide, stepfamily problems and child sexual abuse.
  •  - offers localized activity calendars from various parenting publications, as well as feature articles, chats, and more.
  • Family Connection, The - tips on, and links to information about the family, seniors, parenting and children.
  • Family Corner - giving "time out" a new meaning.
  • Family Education Network - covers pre K-12 education, learning technology, family finance, careers, advocacy, and other important topics for today's parents.
  • Family Explorer - Spectacular art, science and nature activities for kids and their parents. Monthly newsletter.
  • Family Friendly Sites - voluntarily meet reasonable content guidelines. Webmasters can submit sites automatically.
  • Family Internet - family issues from health care to cooking to parenting to fun stuff for children.
  • Family Magnet - Web magazine with articles for the whole family.
  • Family Resources Network - offering news, chat rooms, book clubs, and financial advice.
  • FamilyWeb - Resource for pregnancy, birth, children and parenting. Also featuring FAQs.
  • Fool Moon Family Community - chat rooms and message boards.
  • Happy Families - provides a humorous look at family life. Share wacky stories about your weird relatives, spouse, kids, pets and more.
  • HeartThread Resource Page - For marriage, parenting and family issues. Includes the 'HeartQuestions' Q&A forum hosted by Peter F. Brown, author of 'Striving for Parental Love.'
  • Idea Central: Welfare and Families - discussion of family issues, welfare reform, politics and policy from liberal and progressive authors.
  • KaJong - features the writings of family members.
  • KidSource OnLine - Parent's source for children's healthcare, education, recreation & product info, including children's software.
  • Parents and Children - know the laws that affect your family: adoption, custody, child support, guardianship, and more. From the Nolo Press Legal Encyclopedia.
  • Real Solutions for Families & Communities - helps people through transitions caused by violence, divorce, mental illness and substance abuse.
  • - family portal offering clubs, magazine, forum, and more.
  • Vanishing Father, The - studies the contemporary "family crisis" debate by focusing upon the increasing number of children growing up without fathers.
  • Wedlaws - new word to describe the relationship between parents and their childrens' in-laws.
  • Usenet - - Families, adoption, marriage.ArchitectureArt Exhibits



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