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Sleep Patterns in Baby Biological Clock of Baby Restless Baby

January 22, 2018

A nightlight is a versatile item to have in a home where there is children. They make it easier to see our children when they’re sleeping and they pave the way through halls and rooms in the darkness. But when it comes to a baby who is restless, a nightlight may have many disadvantages. As […]

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Inexpensive Cloth Diapering for Babies

January 22, 2018

You are thinking of using cloth diapers for your baby. Great. It’s environmentally friendly, and as a mom, there is something really satisfying about washing and dealing with cloth diapers for your baby. What do you need to do: First, decide on the type of cloth diapers you want to buy. Believe it or not, […]

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Teen Issues

January 22, 2018

When I was sixteen I had a boyfriend that I was crazy about. Love at first sight.He was tall with long blond hair and blue eyes. He smoked cigarettes and dropped out of high school. He got into fights and loved to curse. We grew up in New York. The F- word was a very […]

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National no Housework Day Encourage Kids to do Housework get Kids to do Household Chores

January 22, 2018

This is for people who don’t like housework.  If you need an excuse for a day off and to get your kids involved in giving you the day off, then read on.  Otherwise go back to your cleaning! Make a date in the diary (and your kids’ diaries) every year for 7th April because, believe […]

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How to Raise Gifted Children

January 22, 2018

Raising Gifted Children 5 Feb 2009 Many questions arise when parents realize they have a gifted child. What exactly is a gifted child? Can a child be molded into a genius? How does one maintain the balance between encouragement and pressure? Is it possible to raise a gifted child with his happiness still intact? What […]

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Are we Ignoring our Children Taking Time to Care

January 22, 2018

Are we ignoring our children? On a global scale, children are still dying of hunger, neglect, predators, and environmental diseases. On a National level, children are dying from preventable diseases. Many children are coming forward with stories of abuse from the church and family. That doesn’t account for the pedophiles from the streets. Other children […]

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Guide to the first Stages of Pregnancy

January 22, 2018

What no period, am I pregnant? I wish I hadn’t drank so much last night. Well I’ll stop off at the drug store and get a pregnancy test. Gee I wonder what to do? Does this sound familiar? Those of us that can birth and have, know what that missed period can mean and this […]

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How to Communicate with Children who Refuse to Listen

January 22, 2018

I have seen so many parents live in the moment. A child is told “Clean your room” and ignores the parent. The parent becomes determined to make the child clean the room right then. It becomes a battle of wills and a standoff. Of course the parent should prevail, but doesn’t necessarily have to do […]

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Babys first Picture from Ultrasound

January 22, 2018

When you first find out that you are expecting so many thoughts run through your mind. Some of the thoughts that run through my mind with every pregnancy is whether or not I’m having a boy or a girl, and if my baby is healthy. Of course, Ultrasound can detect up to seventy percent of […]

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Best Books on Disciplining Children

January 22, 2018

The best books on disciplining children are books that emphasize raising emotionally healthy, happy, responsible children that can think for themselves. Your books should not focus on only getting children to behave. You want to develop a strong relationship with your child and have your child respect you, as well. No one said it was […]

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