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Discipline techniques for toddlers

November 20, 2017

Toddlers are at a stage of life where they are learning, and where boundaries and rules are imperative. At this stage in life they are learning what is and isn’t acceptable behavior, as well as learning how to conduct themselves appropriately. There is much for a toddler to learn, and during this time, many mistakes and wrong […]

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How to become an Eco Friendly Green Parent

November 20, 2017

Green is the new black. That is what many people are saying these days implying that the new fad, cool thing to do is ‘go green’. But what exactly does ‘going green’ mean and how can parents incorporate green habits into the lifestyles of their children With an increase in concern for the environment, parents […]

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How to Overturn an Adoption

November 20, 2017

Adoption embodies a deep sense of social purpose the aim of which is to provide a stable and loving home for a child. Article 3 of the UN Convention of the Rights of the Child provides that the best interest of the child should be the primary consideration in all matters concerning the child. This […]

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Parenting Teens

November 20, 2017

As the mother of two teenagers, I prefer initiating conversation over an impromptu board game. By doing this, you are showing your child that you value spending time with them. Make chocolate milk, or offer a special snack. Smile, and be affectionate. Nothing builds a child’s confidence like a parent who shows that they’re happy […]

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Breastfeeding Breastfeeding Positions

November 20, 2017

Each baby will have his or her favorite position and it takes some time to discover exactly how each baby prefers to be fed. When my grandmother was a young mother, the only way to feed a baby was to breast feed it. The women would hide in the bedroom and sit in a rocking […]

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Pampers Simply Dry

November 20, 2017

I regularly use Pampers nappies, I think they are worth paying a little extra for the better quality. When I learned that pampers were bringing out a cheaper nappy I thought I should give them a try as I’m always looking to save money somewhere. The packaging is very simple with pampers across the front of a bright orange […]

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Should Parents Raise their Children without Television – Yes

November 20, 2017

I can speak from experience because I do not watch television, and neither does my husband. I strongly believe that television is the way that children are indoctrinated and brainwashed at an early age by corporations to become lifelong consumers, in fact, many head honchos of companies openly admit that they need to “get to” […]

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Are a few Drinks during Pregnancy ok – Yes

November 20, 2017

The answer to and opinion about this question varies based especially upon two elements: the country in which the question is asked, and the doctor or expert that is asked the question. Born, raised and living in the United States, I should probably immediately shout, “No, it’s not safe at all to have a few […]

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How bacterial baginosis can affect your pregnancy

November 20, 2017

Bacterial vaginosis, or BV, is a vaginal infection most common in women of childbearing age ranging 15-45. It only occurs if the normal bacteria, called “Lactobacilli” inside the vagina are decreasing in number thus affecting the vagina’s acidity to maintain the balance of bacterial growth; therefore, it produces a whitish to gray vaginal discharge accompanied […]

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Summer Camp for the Children vs Staying at Home for the Summer

November 20, 2017

In the case of North America, depending on what school ones children is enrolled at, summer vacation can last from a month and a half until three months. A lot can happen within that time span regardless of it being good, bad, or something else. Depending on how old the children are, you have decide […]

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