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Potential Parents can i Afford a Baby – Yes

March 28, 2018

A baby is a miracle. I know the emotion of wanting a baby. If I let money determine if I was ready for a baby, I would never have had one. Some people might say that I was selfish to have a baby and not consider the financial implications. I don’t regret my choice. My […]

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Family 2008 the Changing Role of the Father

March 27, 2018

The role of the father has undergone troublesome change in recent years in the United States. The family unit has become fractured because of these changes. Men fathered children, were head of the household and bread winner at one time. Our changing society has reversed much of that, bringing big changes to the family unit. […]

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Family 2008 the Changing Role of the Father

March 27, 2018

Now what is the role of a father?And about it, why should I bother?Should I just be glad?That I’m simply a dad? Or is being a father something so important that the entire future of my family and my children depend on my comprehension of what it means? After all, I am a father of […]

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Why Parents should be Concerned about Child Abuse in Daycare Centers

March 27, 2018

Daycare child abuse is a heartbreaking experience not only for the child, but also for the child’s parents, and their community. Child abuse is considered a horrible offense, yet it often goes undiscovered in a daycare center because there are no witnesses other than the young victims. Can Caretakers Be Trusted? For the most part, […]

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Lazy Kids how to Raise non Lazy Children Dealing with Lazy Children Cope with Lazy Children

March 27, 2018

Children evolve to run around outside and interact with the natural world and with one another. By gathering them in large groups and setting them is classrooms, there is little wonder they get bored, squirmy, willful and lazy.  When out of school, they plop down in front of the boob tube, which feeds them a […]

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Family 2008 the Changing Role of the Mother

March 27, 2018

The Changing Role of a Mother As times change, mothers change to meet the new roles that they are expected to play. Gone are the days where most mothers just cared for the family and the home. Mothers today are a lot of things to a lot of people. Mothers still have to fill the […]

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How to help your Teen Battle Peer Pressure

March 27, 2018

Peer pressure is a dreaded and far too common occurrence in schools around the country.  Many teens are convinced to do unhealthy and sometimes dangerous activities at the urging of others.  Of course, you want your teen to learn to think for himself or herself and to stand up against these powerful pressures.  Consider the […]

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Tips to keep Children from getting Lost in Crowded Public Places

March 27, 2018

Losing a child at a public venue is the fear and dread of all parents. What’s more losing sight of a child briefly is something all parents have done.  One cannot completely safeguard a child under all circumstances, but there are nevertheless things we can do to prevent a child from getting lost. Losing a […]

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Knowing when its okay to Leave your Child Home alone

March 26, 2018

All parents must ask themselves whether they can feel okay about leaving their child home alone. They may be wondering whether they can leave their child at home alone for a few hours or for an extended period of time. Although age may have something to do with it, there are many more factors to […]

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How to Find me Time as a Parent

March 26, 2018

For some parents, the idea of “me time” can seem like an ancient myth.  Something that you can dream of, but not something that’s actually tangible.  Though it can feel like time just for you is impossible when you’re shuttling kids around and keeping up the house, all it takes is a little extra planning […]

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