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TV as Family Entertainment: Tweens

by YPI Editors September 17th, 2018| Entertainment, Tweens
The tween years can become the time when your child wants to be out of the house or with friends on weekend nights. So, those family movie nights you enjoyed during the elementary years may be fewer and further between. Your tween also may be wanting more alone time. There's

Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Getting a Vasectomy

by Editorial Team September 16th, 2018| Preschool
When it comes to birth control, there’s few contraceptive methods as reliable as the vasectomy. Whether it’s a married father keen to keep a big brood from expanding even further, or a child-free man keen to remain that way, vasectomy surgery is a sure-fire way of ensuring higher levels of

5 Proven Strategies for Dealing and Coping with Grief after a Loss

by Editorial Team September 12th, 2018| Elementary
While we are going through life, we will all lose something that we hold dear to our heart. It is something that one cannot escape. Losses will appear in many forms such as a breakup with a loved one, children leaving you, or when a close person dies. Other forms
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TV as Family Entertainment: Elementary Years

by YPI Editors September 10th, 2018| Elementary, Entertainment
There's something so delightful about the elementary years, although it isn't obvious while you're in the midst of them. Your children are old enough to have a tiny bit of independence, yet they also welcome time with mom and dad. Since they're still young, small things are exciting: a later
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TV as Family Entertainment: Little Kids

by YPI Editors September 3rd, 2018| Entertainment, Entertainment, Infants/Toddlers, Preschool
Let's start with the acknowledgement that there are other screen options besides televisions. Laptops, smartphones, tablets, and more offer screen time entertainment for all ages. However, rather than working with a topic that broad, we've decided to focus on good old television watching for the next two weeks. How can

How to Maintain Your Own Identity as a Parent

by Editorial Team August 31st, 2018| Infants/Toddlers
Having children is a wonderful experience. It can provide you with a clear purpose and a strong incentive for making the most of every day. However, raising a young family can also result in you losing your sense of self. If you are concerned that this has happened to you,

Keeping Your Children Safe Goes Deeper Than You Think

by Editorial Team August 29th, 2018| Elementary
One of the most common complaints you will hear from parents today is that the world just doesn’t seem to be as safe as it was when they were children. Every day you hear more and more about child predators, bullying in the schools, and children being left altogether too

The Cycling Tips Every Parent Should Know to Keep Kids Safe

by Editorial Team August 28th, 2018| Elementary
Road safety is a key lesson for all children and it is understandably one of the biggest concerns many parents have. As cycling continues to grow in popularity it is vital that all children know how to keep safe whilst cycling and enjoy the health and social benefits of keeping
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Discipline & Little Ones: Natural Consequences

by Michele August 27th, 2018| Behavior, Infants/Toddlers
As a parent, I believe that discipline needs to start at an early age. Although naughty behavior may seem cute at the age of one, it's easier to manage at its onset than to try and correct it when it's less cute at the age of six or sixteen. Of

7 Tips for Teaching Your Children Responsibility

by Editorial Team August 23rd, 2018| Elementary
Just like walking and talking, responsibility is a trait that kids learn gradually over time. As a parent, your job is to ensure your kids view responsibility as something joyful rather than a burden. Here are some of the ways to teach your child responsibility:

Start Young

Starting young is the key

5 Interesting Ways to Use Wood in Your Home

by Editorial Team August 22nd, 2018| Helpful Hints
Wood is one of the best materials to use in the home for a number of reasons. It’s highly sustainable, can be adapted to suit many rooms and purposes and is durable and long-lasting. In the USA the majority of homes themselves are made of wood, though this can pose

How to Help Your Teenager Cope with Stress

by Editorial Team August 22nd, 2018| Teens
Adults don’t have the monopoly on stress. For many teenagers, life can be full of stressful situations. After all, there are exams to think about; they might be trying to hold down a part-time job. Peer pressure, learning to cope with romantic relationships for the first time, bullying, problems with
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