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Summer Day Trips That Educate

by Tania Cowling June 25th, 2018| Preschool, School
During the summer preschoolers love to accompany their parents, grandparents, or sitters on errands. Think about all the teachable moments that accompany a trip to the bank, veterinarian, grocery store, and such. Everyday places provide entertainment and learning. Then, on weekends you and your family may go on an extended

Key Things Every Active Family Needs

by Editorial Team June 20th, 2018| Elementary
Having a family can be a great experience as well as something that motivates you on a daily basis. It comes with its own unique challenges, but it’s nothing that patience and planning can’t fix most of the time. When managing a
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How to Get Started Swimming With Your Baby

by Tania Cowling June 18th, 2018| Infants/Toddlers, Seasonal
Getting your baby into a pool is one of the smartest things a parent can do. It’s never too early to teach swimming, keeping safety in mind of course. Most of my tips below are about taking your little one into a full-size pool with you, but do keep in

The Life of a Surrogate Mother

by Editorial Team June 18th, 2018| Pregnancy
The life of a surrogate mother may not be what you would think. Surrogacy Ukraine is a burgeoning field for many women and I was fortunate enough to speak to one.

Surrogacy Ukraine has become a viable and wonderful option of employment for many women. While pitfalls can exist, progressive laws

Apartments vs Hotels: Benefits of Apartments While Traveling with Kids.

by Editorial Team June 18th, 2018| Elementary
The thought of traveling with children can be enough to bring even the savviest parent out in a cold sweat. How do you maintain a routine or keep the children happy without their home comforts, and just where will you all sleep? Often, when booking a holiday, apartments are overlooked

Is Older Pregnancy Possible?

by Editorial Team June 14th, 2018| Pregnancy
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Let’s be honest, most women don’t plan on waiting until their late forties or even early fifties to have a child. Life, however, can sometimes throw you a curveball.

When you’ve spent your life advancing a career, searching for Mr.
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Teens and Praise

by Sam P. June 11th, 2018| Communication, Teens
As a teen, we often feel that our achievements are overshadowed by our mistakes, that all we ever hear are critiques, never praise for our success.  Praise is an important part of the growth process for teens to gain self confidence in themselves and what they do.  Without it they

3 Ways Parents Can Manage Stress

by Editorial Team June 8th, 2018| Elementary
Running a household can be stressful at the best of times. If you are caring for your children while also ensuring the household stays in order, tasks and worries may start to pile up. Thiscan be exacerbated if you work

The Best Way to Save Time and More Effectively Parent

by Editorial Team June 6th, 2018| Elementary

Parents are very lucky to get any time for themselves, so they usually want to get the best advice, recommendations, and information available from one source. There are relatives who have already raised children to maturity that they may turn to for information, or even peers

Sick Visits & Kids

by Editorial Team June 5th, 2018| Infants/Toddlers
It's never any fun when your little one is sick. Whether it's a cough or a tummy ache, those little faces look so sad. Extra nap time, fluids, and snuggles usually do the trick. But sometimes, the illness needs more than a home remedy.

If your child needs to go to
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Tweens Need to Be Seen and Heard

by Michele June 4th, 2018| Social, Tweens
When I was a child and through my teen years, I would sometimes hear at the dinner table the old saying, "Children should be seen and not heard." (Now, I'm not of an age that it was a common way of thinking. I grew up in the 70s and 80s.)
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