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Bedtime Rituals for Preschoolers

by T Akery July 22nd, 2014 | Behavior, Little Ones, Preschool
The act of getting a Preschooler to bed is a difficult one. Often, they are over-excited by the day's events and, to top it off, have had a nap. But it is important to establish rituals that signal that it is time to calm down and get ready for bedtime. This bedtime routine will help your Preschooler understand that it is time for bed so that they can get all the rest they need for a full day of Preschool tomorrow.

When building up a ritual it is important to define what activities will get your Preschooler in
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Pregnant Women: Helpful Info You May Have Missed

by Jane Wangersky July 21st, 2014 | Planning, Pregnancy
Pregnancy is a time for learning, both the things you can learn only by experiencing them and those you can be taught, or teach yourself. Still, as I’ve noted before, it’s all too easy to miss something as you try to handle all that new information. So here are a few useful facts about pregnancy that you may have missed -- none of them is critical, but all of them could make your life a little easier.

You probably already know folic acid is important for pregnant women, right from the beginning, to prevent brain and spinal defects
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