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Effective Methods to Toilet Train your Child

December 11, 2017

Toilet training is one of the biggest milestones your child can hurdle in the transition from infant to toddler. While most preschools have a mandatory enrollment rule that insists on toilet training for their students, many parents struggle to find effective methods to toilet train their child. This is not only a necessary milestone for […]

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Baby Names – Common

December 11, 2017

In the debate over whether children benefit more from a common name or an unusual one, it is necessary to examine what we mean by “common.” With world population edging toward 7 billion souls, could there possibly be many names left that are entirely unique? There are surely other Baracks in the world, and plenty […]

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Top Communication Tips for Parents

December 10, 2017

Communication is a key element in any relationship. Although it may be difficult at times, you and your children need to effectively communicate with each other. The more you communicate with each other, the better your relationship will be. Are you wondering how to bridge the communication gap between you and your children? Read on. […]

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Names Children Common Unique different Birth Names Odd Names – Common

December 10, 2017

Should we name our children uniquely or perhaps choose a common name? That depends what “unique” means to you. I believe in a name that they will love forever, but one that might be a tad different, yet not uncommon. For example, a name that is old-fashioned, but a classic, such as Elizabeth, will never […]

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The Necessity of Nurture in Child Development

December 10, 2017

Becoming a parent is as simple as a backseat quickie, but the ramifications of poor parenting cost individuals, families and society as a whole countless millions of dollars and lives wasted to lost potential, mental illness and unhappy lives. Without a nurturing family to provide emotional support and encouragement during childhood, many neglected adults spend […]

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How to Talk to Young Children about Death

December 10, 2017

Talking to young children about death is a task that is best approached by taking into consideration the child’s age and their developmental stages. Their environment and their individual experiences could also play a part in what types of things one might say to a child. It’s not an easy subject to talk about, even for many adults. […]

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How to Talk to Kids about Death

December 10, 2017

Most adults tend to think of death as a very scary thing, it is so final and complete that there is no return and what makes it even worse is that there is nothing that we can do about it. Taking to an adult about death is easy because they understand death on an intellectual […]

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How to Talk to Young Children about Death

December 9, 2017

Nothing causes apprehension about a discussion with a child than the topic of death, made worse if the discussion occurs just prior to, during, or after the death of a loved one, when stress levels and emotions are heightened. Perhaps the worry can be eased a bit by examining simple ways to approach the topic […]

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Book Reviews Chicken Soup for the Soul Empty Nesters

December 8, 2017

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Empty Nesters is an anthology of short stories. Some of the sections include First Flights, Under Our Wings and Our Hearts, Out on a Limb, Ruffled Feathers, Wings and Wisdom, Left Behind, Branching Out, and Home Sweet Nest.  The book, as all the Chicken Soup for the Soul books, provides […]

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How to Choose the right Nursery School for your Child

December 8, 2017

Choosing childcare is a difficult task for many parents. It can be difficult trying to find a place which you will be happy to leave your child knowing that they are in someone’s care other than yours and so sometimes expectations can be high or perhaps there seems to be too much choice. In some […]

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