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Should Teens be given a Curfew by Parents – Yes

January 4, 2018

Children tend to rebellious on occasions. What do you class as ‘naughty’ behavior? When your child wants to eat sweets and you refuse, then they stomp their feet and cry until they have got what they want – is this classed as naughty behavior because if it is, then your child will most likely carry […]

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Bedtime Strategies getting the Kids to Bed on Time for a Healthy Nights Sleep

January 4, 2018

Children, just like adults, have better days when they have had a good night sleep. Our bodies are designed to have some very important things happen while we are sleeping.  That is when the growing and repairs typically take place. Skimping on sleep is not a healthy option for anyone. The body clock is an […]

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Travel Tips for Children with Aspergers Syndrome

January 4, 2018

For kids with Asperger’s, what seems like an exciting and fun trip away to us can turn into a anxiety filled challenge that they would rather not take part in. Transitions are difficult for kids with Asperger’s, so going into a completely different environment and changing their routine can present behaviors that are hard to manage and can make […]

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Why Purchasing second Hand Cribs can be Dangerous

January 4, 2018

Preparing for a new baby can be a very expensive process.  Saving money by buying second hand baby items can be tempting.  The crib you lay the little darling down in each night should not be one of those hand-me-down or resale store finds.  There’s many safety issues to be considered.  Entrusting a used crib […]

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Long Distance Grandparenting

January 4, 2018

I never intended to be one of those children who moved away from family. I saw my life much differently when I was newly married and planning out my future. After 8 years of marriage, my husband and I turned our parents into the one thing none of them desired to be…long distant grandparents. I […]

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Parenting do you believe in Parental Instincts

January 4, 2018

Maternal instinct is the intense and selfless love that mothers bestow on their children. It is often deemed a characteristic trait which defines the true element of a female’s nature. Maternal instinct is sometimes explained as an emotion, a yearning to birth, nurture and raise a child to adulthood. Sometimes it is such an overwhelming […]

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How to know if your Tween is Ready to Babysit

January 4, 2018

In today’s trying economic times, parents are forced to say No to their incessantly demanding tweens.   Therefore, many tweens want to earn their own money by babysitting.  Yet when a younger child’s safety is at risk, parents must consider if their tween is responsible enough for the job. Here are some questions to ask before […]

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Bullying and your children

January 4, 2018

As a parent you are probably concerned with the topic of bullying and your children. Some children are bullies while others can be victims and your child may well be one of those who needs help in this area. Modern forms of bullying can be very different from that which you may have come across […]

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How Parents can become School Bullies

January 4, 2018

Bullies are everywhere, in internet forums, social networks, on the job, and in the schools. When children are doing the bullying, a spotlight is shown on the schools, teachers and parents who are expected to put a stop to the behavior. But many parents and teachers create conditions that encourage bullying or they become bullies […]

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UK Baby Safety Specialists the Importance of Baby and Toddler Safety

January 4, 2018

Keeping your baby or toddler safe is a crucial part of being a parent. If you have already done a bit of research then you will already know about the many safety gadgets you can buy; and a quick search on the internet will pull up lots of articles on how to baby and toddler […]

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