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Tips For Back to School

The end of summer brings a crazy onslaught of back to school shopping and preparation. It can feel quite overwhelming when you look at your child's back to school list. It can feel like it's never ..
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Tips For Bathroom Safety

When it comes to dangerous rooms in the home there are many, however the bathroom seems to be in a class all its own. Maintaining an adequate level of safety in the home is important, especially when .
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Finding a Babysitter

When it comes to finding a good babysitter, it isn't always so cut and dried. It's important to know that your children are safe when you are not with them so it must entail more than calling a ..
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Potting Training Tips

Potting training is one event that everyone must go through at some point in their life, often sooner than later. First time parents may feel pressured when facing this obstacle with their child but ..
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Tips For Good Homework Skills

Homework is a necessary part of school. Unfortunately, it's also the part that tends to bring kids the most dread. If not tackled effectively, it can add up quickly and cause more problems than it ..
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Questions to Ask Preschools

Getting your small child ready for preschool is a wonderfully exciting time. Playing and growing alongside other children is necessary for healthy development and social skills. But it is only ..
(September 04, 2008)
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How to Teach Kids About Money

As any parent knows, it can be incredibly frustrating to deal with children when it comes to money. They have little understanding of the true value and cost of things. When it comes to wants, needs ..
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Tips For Babysitters

Babysitting is one of the first real jobs that many people have. It's a great way to become skilled with dealing with children while earning your first living. Of course a good babysitter needs to ..
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Tips For Taking Children Along on Flights

There is nothing worse than being stuck 30,000 feet off the ground in an airplane for hours listening to a screaming child especially if that screaming child is yours! So how can you keep those young .
(August 14, 2008)
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Summer Safety Tips For Your Children

Summertime can mean fun times for the kids. But along with the warm weather, also comes some added dangers such as poison ivy, insect bites, bee stings, and sunburn. Summertime is also the time when ..
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Teaching Kids to Help in the Kitchen

If it seems like every evening you try and prepare dinner the kids are always under your feet tripping you, then why not keep them amuse by having them help you prepare dinner? Teaching children to ..
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Teaching Your Child to Be a "Good" Sport

Everyone wants to win but that doesn't always happen. This can be a particularly hard concept for children to understand and even some parents. Children can stomp, cry scream and call others names if .
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Bringing Home Baby Number Two

Having a new baby is a wonderful time in your life but if this is baby number two than baby number one may not feel as wonderful about it. It takes some time, patience, and understanding for a child ..
(June 16, 2008)
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Making Time For Mom and Dad

After the baby is born, life as you have known it with your significant other has come to an end. Parents are often exhausted or busy with baby and neglect to spend any quality time together. But ..
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Getting Ready to Go Back to Work After Baby

Being a new mom has its own pressures especially when mom has to go back to work. Not only is there the heartache of leaving your baby all day, but there is also the added stress of returning to a ..
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How to Stop Nighttime Bed Wetting

You've finally gotten them out of diapers and you think you're home free. But that's not always the case with some children. Bed wetting is a common problem with some children and it can go on for ..
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Planning Your Childs Birthday Party Without Breaking the Bank

As a parent planning your child's birthday party, your first impulse might be to go out and buy all the matching Elmo decorations and plates, plan a four-course meal and buy a huge cake for your ..
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Can You Afford to Be a Stay at Home Parent?

After holding that baby in your arms, it's hard to imagine going back to work. If you are thinking of being a stay-at-home parent, there are things you should consider. First you should take a look ..
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Choosing a Pediatrician For Your Child

It's time to find a pediatrician but you can't just entrust your child's healthcare to anyone. Don't just pick a name out of the phone book and assume that since their title is doctor that they are ..
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Common Childhood Illnesses

There's nothing worse than having a sick child. As a parent you wonder what they have, how you should treat it and should you take them to the doctor? It is important to educate yourself about the ..
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Dealing With a Child Who is a Picky Eater

Does your child seem to turn their nose up at any food you offer? Or do they only want to eat bananas all day long? You may have a picky eater on your hands. But before you pull your hair out with ..
(June 25, 2008)
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Does Your Child Have a Learning Disability?

If your child is struggling in school and nothing seems to be helping then they may have a learning disability. Here are some signs of learning disabilities in children: Has difficulty recognizing ..
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Easing Your Childs Fear of Shots

Many children have a fear of shots. And many parents have dealt with the agony of holding a screaming child down while a nurse pokes them with a needle. But shots are necessary for a child's health ..
(June 29, 2008)
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Easing the Teething Process

Some babies go through the teething process with no problem at all while for others it can be a painful process. Doctors disagree somewhat on the symptoms of teething. However, many parents report ..
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Finding a Good Babysitter For Your Kids

Entrusting someone else to care for your child can be a daunting ordeal. But mommies and daddies desperately need those moments away to reconnect with each other. And those times shouldn't be spent ..
(July 01, 2008)
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