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Tips for Picking out Infant Clothing at the Thrift Store

February 22, 2018

Infant clothing is a billion dollar industry, with designer labels and an abundance of accessories for both boys and girls. New parents can get a little over zealous purchasing a surplus of tiny outfits and little shoes. However, parents quickly find out how fast infants grow out of their expensive little clothes and many times […]

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Tips for Easier Child Toilet Training

February 22, 2018

Toilet training does not have to be difficult. There are many steps that you can take prior to introducing toilet training to your child that will ensure success. Below are some tips to get you started. First of all, you must look for the signs that your child is ready. These signs include an interest […]

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How to Encourage your Child

February 22, 2018

Focus on the “can” “I know I can’t do it, mom, I already tried it…” As a parent, when you hear these words come out of your child’s mouth you immediately feel sorry for them, and wander, what can I do, how do I make (him/her) see that they CAN do this! – Encouragement- That is […]

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How to Pick out the right Potty for your Toddler

February 22, 2018

The process of potty training your toddler can be both exciting and frustrating. While it is a momentous occasion, the developmental milestone of being completely potty trained can be a lengthy process that requires patience and love. Toddlers react differently to various potty training methods and the time it takes to finish the potty training […]

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Used High Chair Shopping

February 22, 2018

High chairs are typically not used for feeding a baby until they have reached the solid food stage, usually around 6 months old. A high chair could be purchased and used before this stage; however, as many young babies enjoy the inclusion at family meals and sitting higher off the floor. There are several different […]

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Ways to Teach Children about Healthy Nutrition

February 22, 2018

Healthy nutrition sticks for life if you can find interesting ways to teach children about healthy nutrition. Some people may call it brain-washing, but by exposing children to healthy eating habits and healthy nutrition from as young as they start recognizing things, you will be able to make healthy eating stick for life. Use the Food […]

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Key Features in Infant Car Seats

February 21, 2018

When looking for an infant car seat, there are a variety of different things to look for. Each state has different laws regarding car seat safety seat and seatbelt laws, so it’s important to know what the laws are for the state you reside in. Check out babyproducts.about.com for an overview on infant car seat […]

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Tips for Adjusting to your Adult Child Moving in

February 21, 2018

When adult children return to live at home with their families, the transition may run into some problem areas. Simply stated, it is not easy for children and parents to re-define their relationships. There are a few suggestions that can help smooth out the bumps in the road. Since every relationship is unique, no one […]

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Graco Recalls 2 Million Baby Strollers

February 21, 2018

Graco Children’s Products has issued a recall for approximately 2 million baby strollers. The products being recalled, the Quattro Tour and MetroLite strollers, are being blamed for four infant deaths. The Quattro Tour strollers affected by the recall were manufactured prior to November 2006 and for MetroLite, the strollers were made prior to July 2007. […]

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Signs of Learning Disabilities in Children

February 21, 2018

Children who have learning disabilities will often exhibit some of the same sign but at different times. Some of the most common learning disabilities that children have are: dyslexia, dyscalculia and dysphasia. This is some of the most common learning disability that most parents and children have a lot of problems facing, because it can […]

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