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Surrogacy

February 18, 2018

Surrogacy, as defined by the New Webster’s Dictionary, is someone acting in place of another, as a deputy; or a substitute. This definition holds true on many levels when speaking of a surrogate mother, someone who carries a child for a couple who for whatever reasons, are unable. Is it fashionable to be a surrogate […]

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How to Eliminate Sarcasm in Children

February 18, 2018

If you have young children, you might think it’s cute to hear their attempts at sarcasm, after all it can be impressive to hear them say things for the first time or to put things into context. Over time though, the sarcasm gets less amusing and then you start to wonder how you ever raised […]

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Tips to Make Baby Sleep better Parenting Tips how to get Baby to Sleep all Night Baby Cribs Kid

February 17, 2018

Until three months of age babies sleep whenever they want and very frequently.  In the first few months let your baby sleep whenever he/she wants.  Trying to put them on a schedule when they are this young is not advisable.  After three months of age, there are a few things you can incorporate into your […]

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Tips for Finding me Time as a Single Parent

February 17, 2018

As a single parent, life can get overwhelming at times. You alone are the one who is ultimately responsible for raising your children, doing the best job possible for these young lives that you have been blessed with. As much of a joy as your children are, there is no doubt that they are also a […]

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Parenting Tips how to Eliminate Sarcasm in Children

February 17, 2018

Sarcasm is a growing problem in today’s society.  This term generally refers to biting remarks veiled as humorous and since children see it every day, they often emulate this behavior.  Parents who do not want to see this kind of behavior in their children may have a long road ahead of them, but this behavior […]

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Reasons for Choosing an Open Adoption

February 17, 2018

The decision to give a child up for adoption is one of the toughest decisions you can make in your life.  Choosing adoption can be a very loving choice.  If you are unable to provide for your child, adoption is the best way to ensure that your child will have a bright future and a happy […]

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Tips for Helping Baby Sleep

February 17, 2018

Sleep becomes the all-consuming obsession of most parents. Is baby getting enough sleep, is baby sleeping too much sleep, why won’t baby sleep, will the parents ever get a full night’s sleep again and how to get baby to go to sleep in the first place? The last one is a question which can be […]

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Adopting how to Find a Good Match

February 17, 2018

It is no longer just young married couples seeking to permanently adopt a child. Single parents, are choosing to adopt a second child, as are single professional people of both genders. The road to adopting can be long, rocky and expensive, as people try to find the ‘right’ match. Having worked as a Paralegal, I […]

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New Mothers how to Cope with Crying Babies and Sleepless Nights

February 17, 2018

Crying babies and sleepless nights pretty much go hand in hand for new parents and so it’s very important to find ways to cope with these. First off, babies don’t know the difference between day and night, so accept the fact that there will be sleepless nights ahead and a baby who will cry and […]

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Should Adult Children be Responsible for the Care of their Elderly Parents – Yes

February 17, 2018

To fully understand the concept of requiring adult children to care for their parents requires an understanding of the beginnings of filial responsibility laws and their historical ebb and flow in the United States. The legal duties underlying the relationship between parents and minor children have been quite settled for some time. However, the reciprocal […]

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