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Disciplining your Toddler beyond the Time out

January 20, 2018

HOW DO YOU RAISE A WELL MANNERED CHILD? There is hundreds of books telling you how to raise a child. Everyone seems to have a different opinion or technique and swear it will work. I’m not much of a reader. And I’m the first to admit that I most likely have done all the wrong […]

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Labor should you get an Epidural

January 20, 2018

Working in Labor and Delivery as a nurse gives me a unique perspective regarding the subject of epidural. When it comes down to it, there is no right or wrong answer. There are a number of factors to consider, and your choice should reflect those that you feel are most important to you. Epidural Pros:*Compared […]

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Children Whine for Attention

January 20, 2018

One of the more annoying negative behaviors children often display is whining. Children might whine for attention or to cajole their parents into giving them what they want. If not discouraged, whining can become a habit.  Giving in to a whining child reinforces the bad habit. Since whining is learned behavior, it can easily be […]

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Dads Guide to get Baby to Sleep

January 20, 2018

A baby is a wonderful new addition to the family and is rightly indulged, cosseted, loved, played with, read to, fed carefully and is the center of the family. One thing is generally true though and that is, baby is never so cute as when finally sleeping, and all your good intentions of grabbing some […]

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Equipment for Bottle Feeding

January 20, 2018

Having made the decision to bottle-feed your baby, it is important that you are prepared before the birth so that you are able to feed your baby as soon as they are born. This will require you to purchase various pieces of equipment. Here is an overview of the essential equipment that you will need […]

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What to Expect in the first Trimester of Pregnancy

January 20, 2018

The first trimester of pregnancy is full of weird and wonderful things. If you don’t know what to expect, it’s possible you may think an alien has invaded your body, first time mothers especially. The first trimester is also the period when a woman is most likely to suffer a miscarriage. Knowing what to expect […]

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How to Ease Separation Anxiety for Infants

January 20, 2018

Easing separation anxiety with infants is a lot more difficult a task than it is with older children. Infants lack the emotional growth and spatial sense requisite of such understanding. When trying to deal with an infant suffering from separation anxiety, it is best to try a lot of practice runs beforehand. Through trial and […]

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How to get Young Children to do as they are Told

January 20, 2018

Young children, especially those under the age of six or seven, can be difficult at times. If you have multiple young children, it’s imperative that they do as they are told and that the household runs smoothly. Otherwise, total chaos will quickly occur.  However, even the most docile child can occasionally be difficult and refuse […]

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Snow Day Activities for Kids to Enjoy

January 20, 2018

During the winter months kids dream of those wonderful, random days, when they can cast all their worries aside, throw caution to the wind, break free, and have a good time. Yes, that’s right, were talking snow days! The absolute best thing kids can do on a snow day is get outside in the snow, […]

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Morning Sickness Treatments

January 20, 2018

Ahhh…Morning Sickness. The name alone is deceptive and quite illusory. Chances are if you do experience nausea during your pregnancy, it doesn’t not switch off at noon and can be troublesome all day and through the night as well. It may take a bit of experimentation and only provide temporary relief, but this symptom should […]

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