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How to Find a Quality Babysitter

January 4, 2018

When entrusting your precious children to a babysitter, you must ensure the sitter will treat your children with the highest level of love, compassion and safety. Finding a quality babysitter can be a stressful endeavor. Make this important decision easier by following these guidelines. Where to look Inspect online babysitting ads for clues about the […]

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Become an Advocate for your Childs Education

January 3, 2018

It is our duty when we bring children into the world to provide them with the tools to reach their maximum potential. Our responsibility doesn’t end when they reach school age and if anything, it is this time when we need to increase our parenting presence. Becoming an advocate for your children’s education begins from […]

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Commentary how Real Life Parenting Changed your Early Ideals

January 3, 2018

Real life parenting was not hugely different from what I expected until my children were nearly ready to leave to go out on their own. Up to that point, I entered my parenting career ready to be flexible and firm. There is always a learning curve while adjusting to a new person in the world […]

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Should Fathers be able to Opt out of Parenthood – No

January 3, 2018

Fathers opt out of parenthood? Absolutely not. And here’s why. It’s important we learn from our parentstheir mistakes and successesso we can become better moms and dads. I learned from my old man to become the best father I could be. July 9, 1983 my father wrote a letter welcoming me to the parent club. […]

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How to Encourage your Child to try new Things

January 3, 2018

Parents have many duties towards their children. Raising children towards independence is no easy task. One of these duties is to support and encourage them as they experience new things. Childhood is a learning time, and part of learning about your own identity, character, and strengths is trying new things and experiences. Children like routines and […]

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What Parents don’t do that Steer Children to Substance Abuse

January 2, 2018

Substance abuse makes its’ way into every neighborhood, community and town. There are no cultures or backgrounds that are immune to substance abuse, whether it’s legal or illegal drugs. While parents are always looking into what they can do in order to deter their children from substance abuse, there are certain things that parents don’t […]

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Should Fathers be able to Opt out of Parenthood – Yes

January 2, 2018

I know there are a lot of people “getting their panties in a knot” over this one! I believe that letting the guy (cause he cannot be a man if he can’t deal with his problems, especially being one of the creators in this case) opt out makes a lot of sense. How many times […]

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Advice for new Step Parents

January 2, 2018

I met my step daughter, Morgan, when she was 18 months old. My husband had (and still does have) full custody of her, and her mother has never really been too involved. Now, Miss Morgan is 4 and I have to say the two of us and our relationship have grown a lot in the […]

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What to do with Childrens Clothes when they are Outgrown

January 2, 2018

Children grow so fast.  It seems like one moment they are way too small for an outfit and the next moment it is far too small for them.  So what do you do with the clothes that they have outgrown?  You will have many choices, and the decision will be based on your preferences and […]

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Should Fathers be able to Opt out of Parenthood – No

January 2, 2018

Nature is full of parents who opt out of parent hood. There are lots of mothers who are left alone to raise their offspring, and even a few fathers who do the parenting. The polar bear mother will be seen with her two cubs crossing the ice sheets alone. Yet the Betta fish male will […]

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