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Strategies for Coping with and Helping Loud Children

December 2, 2017

My children are loud! I will be the first to admit that they probably get this wonderful trait from me! I talk loud and when I get excited about something the decibel level tends to increase. My children are the same way. I have been blessed with children that enjoy life to the fullest and […]

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Labor should you get an Epidural

December 2, 2017

It’s two o’clock in the morning, and suddenly you find yourself looking at the alarm clock, wondering why you are awake. Then you feel that sharp pain shooting through your belly, and you sigh, another fitful night due to indigestion. Ten minutes later another pain gripes you, and suddenly a light bulb goes off in […]

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How to keep your Friends when you have a new Baby in the House

December 2, 2017

When a new baby comes, you may feel like you have to give up everything and everyone else. However, it is vital that you do not, because you can lose long-standing friendships that provide the socialization and support you need. There are many different ways that you can keep in touch with friends as a […]

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The affects of a new baby on a relationship

December 2, 2017

“Darling, if you HAVE a baby, you won’t BE the baby any more,” purrs Katherine Helmond, playing the wealthy and spoiled Edith Mintz in the 1987 movie classic “Overboard.” Warning her daughter (played by Goldie Hawn) about the perils of sharing her husband’s attention was her top priority; while this is an extremely self-centered concept, […]

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Cures for Breastfeeding Related Nipple Soreness

December 2, 2017

Breastfeeding is best. It is something that doctors, nurses, many parents, and even the formula companies say. However, it isn’t necessary pain free and easy. Many moms never have sore nipples, others suffer with really painful ones and struggle to find solutions that work at comforting their painful nipples. There are a lot of options […]

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Negative Effects of Bullying

December 2, 2017

Bullying is a problem perceived in many educational systems worldwide including in the schools of the United States. It is considered an intentional act of aggression against another person with the intention of upsetting or harming the said person. Bullying can be carried out alone or as a group and could affect the person physically, […]

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Teen Issues

December 2, 2017

The rise of STDs in American teens. Teenagers are creatures with raging hormones.Most teenage boys probably spend too much mental energy indulging in sexual fantasies.I highly doubt there are teenage boys fantasizing about Sexually Transmitted Diseases.The only thing rising for teenage boys is what is neatly tucked away in their jeans.Once again I see women […]

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Are Nanny Cams a Violation of Babysitters Rights – No

December 2, 2017

“Nanny cams” are in no way a violation of babysitters’ rights. I have heard the argument, “Why would you leave your child with someone you cannot trust?” It is not just a matter of trust. As a mother of three small children I can say there are plenty of people I trust, but still would […]

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Gay Parents – Yes

December 2, 2017

Sexual preference has nothing to do with a person’s ability to raise and care for a child.   The question itself is based on personal views on the morality of sex.Consider carefully where the view that gay couples shouldn’t have children comes from. Throughout history sex of any kind has been a taboo subject. It was […]

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Raising Daughters Purity Raising Pure Daughters

December 2, 2017

Let our daughters be as corner pillars fashioned as for a palace (Psalm 144:12). In this world today, raising up pure, innocent daughters is not something that will happen without forethought and planning. But it is not an impossible task for the parent who has a vision in mind for the precious girl God has […]

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