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How to Safely Store Your Digital Photographs

by Editorial Team August 18th, 2017| Parenting Predicament
Photographs allow our most treasured memories to remain fresh in our minds, which is why many people will not want to lose a snapshot of one of the best moments of their life. We are therefore offering some helpful hints on how to safely store your digital photographs.

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3 Parent Healthtacular Tips to Clearer Skin

by Editorial Team October 8th, 2015| Parenting Predicament
Who’d have thought that staring at your own face in the mirror would be such an odious task? Unlike Narcissus, your own reflection isn’t a fascinating landscape to study. Instead, it’s a pockmarked mess of spots, grease and the kind of pallor usually associated with a person addicted to
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Solution: Replace Stolen iPod?

by Dr. Bonnie Eaker Weil November 29th, 2013| Parenting Predicament
My son’s iPod got stolen earlier this year after he left it in his unlocked gym locker. I think he’ s learned his lesson, but I’m wondering if I should get him a new one for Christmas? What message would that send?

If he's learned his lesson it would be
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Predicament: Replace Stolen iPod?

by Editorial Team November 18th, 2013| Parenting Predicament
My son's iPod got stolen earlier this year after he left it in his unlocked gym locker. I think he' s learned his lesson, but I'm wondering if I should get him a new one for Christmas? What message would that send?
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Solution: Cover to Cover Kids’ Book Storage

by Shirley L. Moore November 15th, 2013| Parenting Predicament
I want my preschoolers to be comfortable with books, but I also want them to take care of them. Too many of ours end up on the floor getting stepped on. What's the best way to store books so they're easy to take out and easy to put away,
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Predicament: Helping Kids Respect Books

by Editorial Team November 4th, 2013| Parenting Predicament
I want my preschoolers to be comfortable with books, but I also want them to take care of them. Too many of ours end up on the floor getting stepped on. What's the best way to store books so they're easy to take out and easy to put away,
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Solution: Flu Shots

by Editorial Team November 1st, 2013| Parenting Predicament
I have a one-year-old and an eight-year-old who both need to get flu shots.  I’d like to know how to make it easier. The older one always gets nervous, no matter what I do to try to help him feel better, and the baby may pick that up from
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Predicament: Flu Shots

by Editorial Team October 21st, 2013| Parenting Predicament
I have a one-year-old and an eight-year-old who both need to get flu shots.  I'd like to know how to make it easier. The older one always gets nervous, no matter what I do to try to help him feel better, and the baby may pick that up from
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Solution: Grade Slump

by Mrs. C. October 18th, 2013| Parenting Predicament
Last year my daughter was an A student, but since she started sixth grade last month she’s getting nothing but C’s. Is it too early to worry about this? Should I just keep helping her with her homework and waiting to see if she improves?

My opinion is that you
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Predicament: Grade Slump

by Editorial Team October 7th, 2013| Parenting Predicament
Last year my daughter was an A student, but since she started sixth grade last month she's getting nothing but C's. Is it too early to worry about this? Should I just keep helping her with her homework and waiting to see if she improves?
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Solution: Pacifiers: Why Even Start?

by Playroom Supervisors October 4th, 2013| Parenting Predicament
I read your article on getting toddlers to give up the pacifier and wondered, wouldn’t it be better just not to let them have one to begin with? Besides being a shortcut to keeping the child quiet, are they really any use at all?

We've actually seen many benefits from
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Pacifiers: Why Even Start?

by Editorial Team September 23rd, 2013| Parenting Predicament
I read your article on getting toddlers to give up the pacifier and wondered, wouldn't it be better just not to let them have one to begin with? Besides being a shortcut to keeping the child quiet, are they really any use at all?
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