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After spending a minimum of eighteen years shuffling your kids to and from play dates, music, dance, and athletic pursuits, your youngest (or only) child graduates and the intense hands-on phase of parenting abruptly comes to a halt. In the quiet that ensues, it's not uncommon for couples to feel a bit disconnected from one another. But having the kids out of the house presents an opportunity to get to know your spouse all over again.

To commemorate the Fourth of July, families, friends, and neighbors will come together to celebrate over patriotic displays of fireworks. While many know the potential dangers of fireworks, it's easy to overlook safety measures when you're busy having fun.

"No more classrooms, no more books, no more ..." Waaaait a minute. No more books? Let's try that again: "No more classrooms, but take a look! All summer long, I'll be reading my books!" That's better.

Dads come in all shapes and sizes, from all walks of life. Being "Dad" isn't just about who helped bring you into this world; it's about the men in our life who mean the most to us, who cared for us, who helped guide us. We may be all about West Michigan women, but we love our men, too—especially dads.

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