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4 Ways to Help Toddlers Stop Throwing Food

by Marnie Bii December 25th, 2017| Behavior, Infants/Toddlers
Just when you think you are safe to eat your own meal with your toddler eating in a highchair nearby does the food throwing begin. As you quickly grow exasperated by these messy antics, your toddler is likely just starting to really enjoy this new game. You do not have

5 Ways Parents Can Help Support Their Child’s Wedding

by Editorial Team December 22nd, 2017| Teens
The millennial generation is a generation at conflict. They do not have the disposable income that the previous generations have had, due in part to stagnant wage increases and rising living costs. It can be incredibly hard to save up for your first place under these conditions, much less find
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A Look Inside a Teenager’s Room

by Editorial Team December 18th, 2017| Social, Teens
I remember my bedroom as a teenager very well. I collected magazines for months, cut out only the choicest pictures, and covered every inch of every wall! The placement of these pictures was not random, it had a cohesive flow, and told a story with everything from Lost in
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Teen’s Perspective: Making it Through the Holidays

by Sam P. December 18th, 2017| Seasonal, Teens
For as much as I love Christmas, I understand it can be very stressful.  All those family visits are fun and loveable at first, but can get a tad annoying very quickly.  Having gone through it for the past seventeen years, I have learned a few tricks on making

How to Encourage Your Children to Be Healthy Throughout Their Lives

by Editorial Team December 11th, 2017| Elementary
Health is crucial for our happiness and our longevity, and the habits that we start as children can create a huge impact on our lives as adults. That is why as parents, you need to teach and encourage your children to be healthy, so that they can continue their healthy

Social Media and Your Tween

by Gary Hays December 11th, 2017| Social, Tweens
Social media has often been deemed as the good, the bad, and the ugly. Like most everything, depending upon how it is used determines if it is a benefit or a detriment. If you are the parent of a tween-aged child, participating in social media activities is no doubt of

Four Major Ways to Toddler-Proof Your Home

by Editorial Team December 4th, 2017| Infants/Toddlers
Whether you’ve just brought home a new addition to the family or your newborn is beginning to grow up, ensuring a safe home should be your number one priority. Without the proper precautions, any number of seemingly innocent elements or features of the home could become dangerous or life-threatening scenarios
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Say Thank You, Dear

by Gary Hays December 4th, 2017| Communication, Elementary
Especially with the holidays upon us, this is the perfect time to reiterate to your child, the value and importance of proper communication. This is a time of family, and if yours is akin to the typical one, you will be spending at least a portion of your time

How to Choose a Family Camping Site

by Editorial Team December 4th, 2017| Elementary
The success of a camping trip depends in large part on the camping site you choose, especially when you have little ones in tow. It is possible to find a great location if you take your time. The good news is that more and more camping sites are trying to

DIY Activities for Adults and Children Alike

by Editorial Team November 28th, 2017| Elementary
One of the best things about having kids that the sky’s the limit when it comes to the creative activities you can organize and delve into on the weekends. A DIY project might be just the right thing for someone who wants to keep his or her child interested in
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5 Rainy Day Preschool Entertainment Ideas

by Marnie Bii November 27th, 2017| Entertainment, Preschool
As rain showers start to become a daily occurrence, preschooler's boredom levels skyrocket. Without time outside running and playing, most kids this age start to act out and drive everyone up the wall. Luckily, you can introduce a few fun indoor activities into your preschooler's life to drive boredom

How Your Kids Can Stay Safe at Their First Concert

by Editorial Team November 22nd, 2017| Teens
If you have older children, they will eventually want to explore the world and have life experiences on their own, without their parents. One of those experiences may be, for example, going to see their favorite band or going to a festival. Festivals are becoming more popular, and they are
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