Here's why roughhousing with your kids is good for them—really

By Anne-Marie Gambelin

There are feet and elbows and squeals and shrieks, followed by laughing—lots of laughing—plus thumps and grunts. I watch, waiting for my youngest to smack his head on the coffee table or my oldest to sit a little too long on the middle one's chest, worried t

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