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How to Teach Kids Work Ethics

November 20, 2017

Kids need to be taught the importance of good work ethics as a means of progressing in life. Good work ethics are a necessary factor in regards to learning proper responsibility and being able to cope with the more important aspects of their childhood and later life such as school, college and maintaining a good […]

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Should Children Attend Funerals

November 16, 2017

There is so much to think about when you have to attend a funeral. If you have small kids, you might be struggling on whether or not to allow them to attend the funeral. Some children may have been raised around these sorts of events and know how to behave properly, where others may be too […]

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A Caregivers Balancing Act to Maintain a Family and Lifestyle

November 16, 2017

Indeed, caring for your family and your elderly parents simultaneously is quite a balancing act. After all there is only 24 hours in each day. Potty training a two year old child is difficult, if not more difficult, than taking care of an elderly parent with toileting requirements – not to mention some quality time […]

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Practical Tips for Busy Moms

November 16, 2017

Moms are busy people, they have jobs to go to, or jobs to stay at home and do, one mother is not more or less busy than any other mother. There are things every mother has to do to try to stay ahead, to plan, to get everything done, paid for, fed, and in bed […]

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Benefits of Reading Bedtime Stories to your Child

November 16, 2017

Reading bedtime stories is a popular method of putting children to sleep although it carries many more benefits than what it appears from outside. For children, story time is usually a pleasurable activity and an event they look forward to before going to sleep. At the same time, once the child gets accustomed to bedtime […]

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Teaching Children Responsibility

November 16, 2017

One of the greatest gifts parents can give their children is to teach them how to be responsible. Being responsible is not simply doing chores or homework without being badgered. Responsible children understand that they are accountable for their actions, that privileges come with obligations and that they are capable of making sound decisions. Since […]

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Free Printable Award Certificates for Kids

November 15, 2017

Free Printable Kid Awards There are many websites that provide users with free printable kid awards and certificates. The options available are almost endless. From formal, official-looking certificates, to those with bright, bold graphics, there is something out there for everyone. So, if you are a parent, teacher, coach, or adminstrator, check out these websites: […]

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Emergency Family Childcare

November 15, 2017

A well informed babysitter can help the experience be a positive one for everyone involved. It is amazing how much the extra information can help things run the way parents would like to have things in their home. There are many things we don’t think about until a problem arises. ~Family members There may be […]

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It’s a holiday but children can still learn

November 15, 2017

A winter break is fun for the whole family. There are the holidays to celebrate and so many exciting and fun things going on. Another great thing about this time of year is the abundance of opportunities to keep children learning and on spot with education and most of the time, they won’t even know […]

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The best Hour of the Day

November 15, 2017

Being a parent isn’t easy much less a single parent. Being a parent in general there are those days where it seems like there isn’t enough hours in a day. Single parents don’t just have days, it is a everyday challenge for them to get everything done in just the 24 minus their sleep time, […]

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