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Teaching Responsibility

January 9, 2018

While most people would agree that giving a child responsibility early on in their lives is a good way to teach them to be responsible adults, there is some disagreement as to how much responsibility is good for them.  If you don’t give them enough, they may not learn how to be responsible.  If you […]

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What to do with Childrens Clothes when they are Outgrown

January 9, 2018

I recently moved in with my daughter and was surprised while moving how many articles of clothes their children owned.  When confronted with the over abundance, my daughter told me that several bags of the clothes no longer fit any of the children.  Why would someone hold on to articles of clothes they haven’t any […]

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Should a Father be Required to Parent the Child Father and Parenting Debates on Parenting – No

January 8, 2018

Parenting can be the most enjoyable experiences in any adult life. Mothers and fathers the same, should take that experience and treat it as their number one priority. Parenting is a responsibility that should not be taken lightly. We, as adults, are responsible with our bills, our jobs, our everyday life and being a parent […]

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Should Men have the right to Opt out on Fatherhood

January 8, 2018

Today is a new way of life and choices for everyone. Some choices are made for the better pursuit of happiness. With that in mind the debate of a woman’s rights over her body being one that has given women choices that are now her rights to control her body and happiness. The womens choice […]

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The Challenges Faced by a Mother

January 8, 2018

Months ago you decided on a quality daycare facility. Now that your maternity leave has flown by, you need to return to work. Here is a useful tip to help make the challenge of transitioning easier for you. Give Yourself Time Unless you were miraculously lucky, chances are your infant is not on a predictable […]

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Baseball Investments for Kids

January 8, 2018

To some, the collection of baseball cards is a fun and time consuming hobby, but to others it is a passageway to income. That’s right, thousands of baseball fans across the world most likely have cards that are forty, maybe even fifty years old and don’t even know how valuable they are. In the stock market, […]

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Who said Parenting was Easy

January 7, 2018

There are things you don’t think about when you become a parent: sleeping all night, time to yourself, birthday parties and daycare, are just a few of these things. Parenthood really is a walk into the unknown. No more do you think only about yourself, there is a little person that depends on you night […]

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Should i Leave my Children on their own

January 7, 2018

As every parent knows, particularly if you work, deciding when to allow your children to stay home alone is a soul searching, crucifying tightrope walk between necessity and permitting your children to grow and explore their boundaries. The law in the UK is very ambiguous in that there is no lower age limit for leaving […]

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Who said Parenting was Easy

January 7, 2018

I have a 21 year-old daughter who is gainfully employed, not pregnant and doesn’t smoke or take drugs. She started her volunteer work when she was only nine years old. She went on her first mission trip to build an orphanage when she was sixteen. Parenting easy? Are you kidding me? There is no such […]

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Risks associated with Late Motherhood

January 7, 2018

Many women dream of one day becoming pregnant and having a baby or two.  These days many of these women delay motherhood, and might be surprised with the infertility issues they will face over a certain age.  Most doctors agree that should a woman want to become a mother at the age of 35 or […]

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