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Helping Children Celebrate Differences
Tolerance. Celebrating Differences. Respect for Others. An important value to instill in our children.
Helping Children Succeed
There is nothing more a mother wishes for than to see her children succeed. The most important thing she can do is to let her children learn to navigate life's ups and downs.
Helping Picky Eaters With A Phone App
I came across this iPhone app for picky eaters while reading a Scholastic magazine. Perhaps like many moms, articles on how to get picky eaters excited about fruits and vegetables just frustrate me. But, a phone app? Hmmm.
Hiring a Babysitter
Do you need to hire a sitter to help with childcare? Here are some questions to help you in your interviews.
How To Get Children To Talk About School
If you're tired of hearing "fine" when you ask how the school day was, you'll want to check out this article. It's time to start building a solid foundation of communication with your children.
How To Get Rid of Lice
Mom's organization, diligence, and thoroughness is essential for getting rid of lice.
How to Pick the Right School
Picking a school for your child can be a daunting task - especially when there are so many choices. Knowing your values and goals around education will help.
Ideas for Burnt Out Moms
The mommy blahs can strike at any time. When you are down on motherhood, here are some suggestions to help you get back on track.
Jack Strong Takes a Stand - Book Review
Parents - read this book before you succumb to your children’s school year schedules. Your children will enjoy reading it too, and I foresee great discussions around the dinner table after reading this one...
Keeping Your Child in Mind - A Book Review
In her book, Keeping Your Child in Mind, Claudia M. Gold, MD shares her thoughts on resolving behavioral issues by viewing the world through your child's eyes.
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