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Archives for March 2018

What Type of Soccer Protective Equipment Does Your Kid Need

by Editorial Team March 31st, 2018| Elementary
Even though it might not be thought of as being so, soccer can be a quite dangerous sport. Sure, unlike other contact sports, it might not raise as many threats to the safety and health of a child. However, there are many injuries that can happen on the field. It

If You Have Nothing Nice to Say

by Michele March 26th, 2018| Behavior, Tweens
The tween years can be trying. For everyone. As the parent, you may be feeling frustrated with this hormonal, pre-adolescent person, but remember, he or she is feeling that frustration, too. Of course, frustration is not a get out of jail free card for poor behavior.

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How to Make Family Dinners Awesome

by Tania Cowling March 19th, 2018| Elementary, Seasonal
Mealtimes should be happy routines for your kids. Remember that pleasant eating experiences are just as important as nutritious foods. At this age, the kiddos are developing their food habits and attitudes – hopefully good ones, although sometimes the dinner table can be a battleground between kids and their parents.

How to Get Through Dental School While Parenting Full Time

by Editorial Team March 15th, 2018| Elementary
High school seniors generally have a heavy course load. While going to school eight hours a day, they might still need to go to sports or band practice or participate in some other extracurricular activity after school. This is not to mention how many extra hours of work high school

Think About This Before You Write Your Will

by Editorial Team March 13th, 2018| Elementary
Writing your own will is something that you can do but you need to be careful and make many important decisions when this happens. Most lawyers will tell you that thinking about what is to be written inside the will is harder than building the document. There are many things
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3 Ways to Bond Over Family Dinner

by Joe Lawrence March 12th, 2018| Preschool, Seasonal
Family dinners are one of the best, if not the best, ways to bond. There is something about sitting down as a collective group that brings us all closer together. However, when you have a preschoolers or toddlers, it does not always feel like “bonding” as much as it does

Clothing You Will Need for Your Newborn Baby

by Editorial Team March 10th, 2018| Infants/Toddlers
What type of clothes do newborns need? You might have asked yourself this question if you are going to become a parent in the near future, or if you want to get a present for a pregnant mom or a growing family. One thing has to be made clear right

Lighting Strategies for Art Lovers

by Editorial Team March 7th, 2018| Elementary
A picture speaks 1,000 words and yet, it will remain silent if it is not presented in the best light. This is why adopting the most appropriate lighting strategy is essential if you hope to catch the eye of the beholder. Let us look at three concerns to keep in

How to Keep Your Baby’s Mind Active to Stimulate Their Mental Development

by Editorial Team March 5th, 2018| Infants/Toddlers
Just like their eyes, your baby’s brain is constantly darting about, picking up new things as it goes. Their thirst for basic knowledge once out of the womb is extreme. Their brains first develop before they’re born, but that development shouldn’t ever stop. The trick is to keep their little
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Conventional Versus Organic Milk

by Tania Cowling March 5th, 2018| Care, Infants/Toddlers
Organic has been trending these days especially when we talk about fruits and vegetables – but what about milk? There are several reasons that concerns us about buying milk for our youngsters, and believe me children go through a lot of milk per day. We have to consider the cost,
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