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  • Advertising is a prevalent influence in children's lives. How has it changed over the years, what effect does it have, and what can parents do to counteract its influence?

    The Influence of Advertising on Children

    The Influence of Advertising on Children

    by Ruth Coffee72

  • Creative play is essential for a child's mental and physical growth. In this article, I discuss why "playing princess," a type of creative play, isn't such a bad idea for my daughter after all.

    Why I Allowed My Little Daughter to "Play Princess"

    Why I Allowed My Little Daughter to "Play Princess"

    by Marissa37

  • Losing a friend can be devastating for an ASD child. There may be confusion or anger and it can be difficult to move forward. Strategies that might help lead your child to building new relationships.

    Moving Forward When Your ASD Child Loses His Only Friend

    Moving Forward When Your ASD Child Loses His Only Friend

    by Diane Mayer Christiansen0

  • Why is it that some children enjoy reading more than others? Well, here's your chance to help your child enjoy reading, but it requires your attention and immediate action.

    How to Help Your Child Enjoy Reading

    How to Help Your Child Enjoy Reading

    by JP Carlos4

  • First of all, I hope you never, ever have to. Second of all, know that you are not alone. If my experiences -- yes, plural -- can be of any help to you, I offer them here. The reality is that with today's super strong weed (pot, marijuana),...

    How/When to Choose a Teen Drug Rehab

    How/When to Choose a Teen Drug Rehab

    by Susan Reid7

  • This article discusses drug abuse in teens, addiction, drug abuse statistics, rehabs, and other drug abuse facts. The information is based on research and on personal experiences and interviews with teenagers. Written by a retired high school teacher.

    Drug Abuse in Teens

    Drug Abuse in Teens

    by Holle Abee44

  • More and more research shows the positive effects outdoor play has on young children, and summer is the perfect time to capitalize on that. When kids are outdoor in nature, they build confidence as they use their bodies for new feats, take on more challenges, and explore the world around them.

    50 Fun, Fabulous, and Free Activities to Do With Your Preschooler This Summer

    50 Fun, Fabulous, and Free Activities to Do With Your Preschooler This Summer

    by McKenna Meyers6

  • The weather is finally getting warmer and the days are growing longer. It's time to get outside with the kids and do fun things that cost virtually nothing. Go on a scavenger hunt. Eat green eggs and ham to celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday. Make a "bug bottle," and learn how to compost!

    8 Fun Things to Do With Your Kids in Spring

    8 Fun Things to Do With Your Kids in Spring

    by McKenna Meyers2

  • So you want to take your kid on a road trip but they always end up car sick? Here are five fun games to play in the car with your family that encourage queasy passengers to keep their eyes ahead.

    Fun Car Games for Kids Who Get Car Sick

    Fun Car Games for Kids Who Get Car Sick

    by Kate Stroud0

  • Origami fortune tellers are fun and allows the child to pretend to answer questions about the future as well as count letters and numbers.

    How to Make an Origami Fortune Teller

    How to Make an Origami Fortune Teller

    by formosangirl4

  • It's been a long haul and now you're getting ready to bring your preemie home. Here's what you'll want to have, along with some advice from experienced NICU moms.

    Bringing Home a Premature Baby

    Bringing Home a Premature Baby

    by Kate Stroud0

  • Children growing up with ADHD are sometimes socially awkward, making it more difficult to make friends. Teaching social skills to our children can make it easier for them to make friends.

    Growing up With ADHD: Teaching Social Skills

    Growing up With ADHD: Teaching Social Skills

    by Seven Stevens0

  • Autumn is a wonderful time of year to spend time outdoors as a family. This article highlights fall activities that are fun for kids of all ages.

    Fun Fall Activities for Kids of All Ages

    Fun Fall Activities for Kids of All Ages

    by Kathy Sima14

  • When you have kids at home, whether it’s just on the weekends or you’re a stay-at-home mother with toddlers, the need for you to get out of the house and entertain them can get desperate.

    Free Activities to Do With Your Kids Anytime

    Free Activities to Do With Your Kids Anytime

    by Victoria Van Ness0

  • How many times have you spoken without thinking? I have done it more times than I am proud of. While it was never my intent to hurt anyone's feelings, somehow I did so anyway. Maybe we all need to stop, slow down and think about what we are going to say before we say it.

    What Not to Say to the Parents of a Special Needs Child

    What Not to Say to the Parents of a Special Needs Child

    by Chantelle Porter12

  • Grief is one of the least understood facets of life. Understanding bereavement begins with Kubler Ross' five stages of death and support from friends and community groups. Links included for more help.

    Death of a Daughter: Five Ways to Manage Grief

    Death of a Daughter: Five Ways to Manage Grief

    by Michael Wnek8

  • You don't have to spend a great deal of money in order to make great memories with your kids. It really doesn't matter what you do, as long as you are 100% there with them in the middle of the action, that's what makes the best memories.

    Fun, Free Ways to Make Memories as a Family

    Fun, Free Ways to Make Memories as a Family

    by Victoria Van Ness1

  • When it comes to chitchats, teenagers have a lot to say most of the time. It’s all just a matter of sparking a conversation with them. On that account, this list provides 120+ conversation starters for teens that are ready for use!

    120+ Conversation Starters for Teens

    120+ Conversation Starters for Teens

    by Cheeky Kid0

  • New research shows that the brain is still developing in teenagers. The implications of this are discussed, along with some tips for good communication during the teenage years.

    Inside the Teenager's Brain

    Inside the Teenager's Brain

    by Kathy Burton11

  • Ask anyone what age they think women should stop breastfeeding their children, and you'll probably get an answer—but the only one that matters is your own.

    Why It's Okay to Breastfeed Your Toddler

    Why It's Okay to Breastfeed Your Toddler

    by Aime1

  • Though the paisley diaper bag is stocked with supplies, some fathers may feel awkward carrying it while they are on baby duty. Check out these alternatives for manly diaper bags for dads.

    Diaper Bags for Dads

    Diaper Bags for Dads

    by Dan Human3

  • Parents are often divided on if it’s best to let their child cry it out at night. If you’re on the side of not letting your child cry, here are some alternate ideas to help get them to sleep.

    8 Ways to Get Kids to Go to Sleep at Night

    8 Ways to Get Kids to Go to Sleep at Night

    by Katherine Sanger3

  • When helicopter moms and dads over-parent, they make their kids feel incompetent. Their children are less likely to take risks and accept new challenges because they fear failure. Respecting our children for who they, not hovering around them, is key to preparing them for a productive adulthood.

    How to Stop Being a Helicopter Parent and Raise a Confident and Competent Kid

    How to Stop Being a Helicopter Parent and Raise a Confident and Competent Kid

    by McKenna Meyers2

  • You might be driving yourself nuts trying to achieve the so-called work/family balance for just one fleeting moment. The mere concept of this term is damaging to working moms, SAHM moms, and even men.

    Work/Family/Life Balance Is a Modern Myth

    Work/Family/Life Balance Is a Modern Myth

    by Laura Izett10

  • Every parent dreads the day their child comes home with lice, but these amazing tips and tricks could prevent that from ever happening. Keep your school-aged children safe from lice this school year.

    How to Prevent Lice in Your Home This School Year

    How to Prevent Lice in Your Home This School Year

    by Meagan Ireland0

  • When a child looks at a big mess, they have a difficult time breaking it down into smaller, more achievable goals. All they see is this one, huge, insurmountable task that leaves them feeling that it's just too much. Breaking it down is a learned...

    Help Your Child Succeed With A Clean Room Checklist

    Help Your Child Succeed With A Clean Room Checklist

    by Mom Kat11

  • Single parenting can be hard and all-consuming. Sometimes, we single parents lose ourselves without even realising it. Have you lost the real you, somewhere beneath the relentless reality of parenting alone? Here is now to find yourself again.

    Single Parenting: Have You Lost Yourself?

    Single Parenting: Have You Lost Yourself?

    by Polly C0

  • It's important for parents to understand SIDS to better protect their babies and their families from something like this ever happening to them. This article is full of great information and facts about SIDS and tip for protecting your children, and even dealing with the after effects.

    Understanding SIDS in Babies

    Understanding SIDS in Babies

    by Victoria Van Ness2

  • As many as 1,400 babies die each year from this devastating form of child abuse. In this article, I would like to help more parents and caregivers to be aware of this possibility and its symptoms.

    The Facts About Shaken Baby Syndrome

    The Facts About Shaken Baby Syndrome

    by Victoria Van Ness0

  • It's easy to get stuck when trying to come up with creative indoor activities. Children on the spectrum seem to need constant motivation to unlock their eyes from their computers and get active.

    Five ASD-Friendly Activities for a Rainy Day!

    Five ASD-Friendly Activities for a Rainy Day!

    by Diane Mayer Christiansen0

  • If you have a baby, you might be inundated with feeding advice. Maybe somebody has already suggested that you should get either "Baby-Led Weaning" or "The Baby-Led Weaning Cookbook" by Gill Rapley and Tracey Murkett. This is a little introduction to the books and my own experience with the approach.

    A Review of Baby-Led Weaning by Gill Rapley & Tracey Murkett

    A Review of Baby-Led Weaning by Gill Rapley & Tracey Murkett

    by Sarah0

  • Get answers to the top five questions about an 80/20 custody schedule. Read about what it is, who might use it, the pros/cons, see some examples, and finally learn some things you should consider if you have this type of custody.

    Top Five Questions About 80/20 Custody

    Top Five Questions About 80/20 Custody

    by ericalarsen1

  • Although the emphasis in many parenting books is on how to control your child, learning how to understand them can be more useful in the long run. The books reviewed here all help in developing that understanding.

    3 Great Parenting Books For Understanding Your Child

    3 Great Parenting Books For Understanding Your Child

    by Yvonne Spence14

  • I believe that from an early age children can benefit a great deal from having a pet. If you want to know exactly what children can learn from looking after a pet you need to read this article.

    What Can Children Learn From Looking After a Pet?

    What Can Children Learn From Looking After a Pet?

    by Cindy Lawson20

  • After a school shooting or other tragedy, our children need our support and comfort. They need to open up to us about their fears and look to us for reassurance that they'll be safe.

    7 Ways to Help Your Child After a School Shooting

    7 Ways to Help Your Child After a School Shooting

    by McKenna Meyers9

  • Happiness studies show over and over that parents are more miserable than their past childless selves. Does this mean having children is a big mistake? Depends on how you define happiness.

    Will Having Children Make You Miserable?

    Will Having Children Make You Miserable?

    by M Riley0

  • Successfully balancing work and family life can be challenging to say the least, but it can be done. The key to success is balance. Take it from a veteran mom and business professional; it is possible to have it all with a little effort, planning, and perspective.

    Successfully Balancing Work and Family

    Successfully Balancing Work and Family

    by Tosha1

  • Despite it's PG rating, children should not be allowed to watch professional wrestling. Wrestling encourages children to attempt the moves they see on TV, performed by the wrestlers that have years of training and practice.

    Why Children Shouldn't Watch Professional Wrestling

    Why Children Shouldn't Watch Professional Wrestling

    by Cody Piunno0

  • Learning about fingerprints and taking them is a fun experiment that also gives instant results. This project appeals to a wide variety of ages.

    Fingerprint Science Project for Kids

    Fingerprint Science Project for Kids

    by Lela Davidson41

  • It is no fun to be caught between work and family. The conflicts never end, and we don't know which way is up. Is it possible to resolve this issue and still be together?

    Caught Between Work and Family

    Caught Between Work and Family

    by Denise W Anderson12

  • Sometimes it's difficult for parents to randomly jump into their child's homework and try to figure out what the teacher is working on at the moment, but there are so many others ways to help give your child an academic boost outside of homework help with little to no effort.

    Turning Everyday Activities Into Educational Lessons for Your Kids

    Turning Everyday Activities Into Educational Lessons for Your Kids

    by Victoria Van Ness1

  • It took decades to dispel the myth of the perfect TV father; but many men would rather we return to the lie rather than address the continued shortcomings of their gender as parents.

    ... Or Maybe You Were Just A Terrible Father

    ... Or Maybe You Were Just A Terrible Father

    by Carrie Peterson2

  • The success of reality television rests primarily upon young women who behave badly. Teaching girls social skills and proper behavior will help to increase positive self-image and future success.

    Teaching Girls Social Skills for Positive Self-Image

    Teaching Girls Social Skills for Positive Self-Image

    by Janis Leslie Evans27

  • Prepare for summer with your teen by brainstorming ideas for work. A traditional job may not be available for your 13-year-old, but there are lots of other opportunities to earn some cash and gain great experience.

    Good Summer Jobs for 13-Year-Olds

    Good Summer Jobs for 13-Year-Olds

    by Blurter of Indiscretions33

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  • Lawn mower parents have been dubbed the "new helicopter parent" and could be seriously hindering their children's development. Find out if you're guilty of lawn-mower parenting and what you can do to change it.

    Are You Guilty of Being a Lawn Mower Parent?

    Are You Guilty of Being a Lawn Mower Parent?

    by Meagan Ireland0

  • Including a toddler to the kitchen might sound messy and stressful, but it is a great way of teaching them great lessons for life that go far beyond the kitchen. It can also be some quality time spent that will set them up with great habits for life.

    Why You Should Cook With Your Toddler

    Why You Should Cook With Your Toddler

    by Sarah2

  • Setting boundaries is not a cut-and-dried activity. Every person is unique and requires different techniques to help them make wise choices. Use these guidelines to facilitate the process.

    Setting Boundaries for Ourselves and Our Loved Ones

    Setting Boundaries for Ourselves and Our Loved Ones

    by Denise W Anderson20

  • An interview with a single mother who is struggling on a daily basis to meet the most basic of needs for herself and her child. There are over thirteen million single parents in the United States, this is one woman's story.

    An Interview With a Struggling Single Mother

    An Interview With a Struggling Single Mother

    by luv2hike3

  • Organizations for Father's Rights in Texas include Texas Fathers for Equal Rights and the Lone Star Fatherhood Initiative. These organizations can provide legal advice, assistance and education.

    Father's Rights Organizations in Texas

    Father's Rights Organizations in Texas

    by Randy McLaughlin6

  • Looking for a Radio Controlled car? Then you are in the right place. Here you will find the best RC cars for 2017. I have tested many of them, and have put together the top 10 RC cars for 2017.

    Top 10 RC Cars for 2017

    Top 10 RC Cars for 2017

    by oyningen1

  • If your child's ADHD symptoms include a diagnosis of Oppositional Defiance Disorder (ODD), they may be aggressive, impulsive and highly irritable. Up to 40% of people with ADHD are also diagnosed as having ODD. Here are some approaches you might consider to manage and extinguish these behaviors.

    ADHD Symptoms: Managing Your Child’s Oppositional Defiance Disorder (ODD)

    ADHD Symptoms: Managing Your Child’s Oppositional Defiance Disorder (ODD)

    by Seven Stevens0

  • Are you faced with the reality of having to co-parent? Are you a divorcee or parent who wants to try to make things work for the child? Let's discuss how you can make it work.

    Co-Parenting: Nightmare or Dream Come True?

    Co-Parenting: Nightmare or Dream Come True?

    by Savannah Tingle0

  • Many couples have different parenting styles. Learn the four different parenting styles and ways to get on the same page with your partner when it comes to parenting.

    Help! What to Do When Parenting Styles Clash

    Help! What to Do When Parenting Styles Clash

    by Jules Ker0

  • Free resources for parents of deaf and hard-of-hearing children. Free advocacy training, distance education courses, and magazines are available to families of young children diagnosed with hearing loss.

    Free Resources for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children

    Free Resources for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children

    by Leah Lefler7

  • After you've delivered a beautiful baby, you will be exhausted. You would think your sweet baby would be too, but often times that's not the case. We're going to go over a few things you can do to help get your baby to sleep through the night!

    Get Your Baby to Sleep All Night

    Get Your Baby to Sleep All Night

    by J Briceno1

  • Being at stay-at-home parent is not as easy as you might think. At-home moms and dads actually have one of the most difficult jobs around. Find out what can be done to prevent and reduce the stress that surrounds this job.

    Stay-At-Home Parents and Stress Relief

    Stay-At-Home Parents and Stress Relief

    by Sarah Johnson6

  • If you are the parent of a toddler, you are probably as frustrated and exhausted as I am. Parenting at this stage of a child's life is an overwhelming task. Here I offer my own two cents of advice.

    The Ups and Downs of Parenting a Toddler

    The Ups and Downs of Parenting a Toddler

    by Jennifer Rae1

  • A meltdown is not to be confused with a tantrum. This article discusses the differences between a meltdown and a tantrum. It will share tips on how to manage meltdowns of children with autism.

    Tips for Managing Autism Meltdowns

    Tips for Managing Autism Meltdowns

    by Flo1

  • Make tummy time fun! Tummy time for a baby is essential for the baby's growth and development. Learn some tips and strategies to make it an enjoyable time for both baby and parents.

    How to Make Tummy Time Fun for Babies

    How to Make Tummy Time Fun for Babies

    by Marissa43

  • Having a baby doesn't mean the end of your education goals. Don't let social pressures keep you from achieving. Here's how I survived college with an infant, and how you can too!

    How to Survive College With an Infant

    How to Survive College With an Infant

    by Emily Wykes1

  • Parents want to build a child's self-esteem but unwittingly do so much to sabotage it. By validating their feelings, celebrating their uniqueness, having reasonable expectations, and letting kids be kids, moms and dads can offer an environment where confidence is promoted and youngsters thrive.

    5 Easy Ways to Bolster Your Child's Self-Esteem and Raise a Confident Kid

    5 Easy Ways to Bolster Your Child's Self-Esteem and Raise a Confident Kid

    by McKenna Meyers2

  • Getting ready for your child to go to their first sleepover may seem intimidating, but it's not so hard if you follow a few tips. Make sure your child is ready and that you are as ready as you can be too.

    Getting Ready for Your Child’s First Sleepover

    Getting Ready for Your Child’s First Sleepover

    by Teeuwynn Woodruff0

  • Many parents report back talk as a behavior of concern. Learn what really constitutes back talk and how to encourage your child to express themselves in a respectful, healthy way.

    Rethinking Back Talk

    Rethinking Back Talk

    by Jules Ker0

  • Parents must be mindful when teaching children about these seven types of social relationships. Part of teaching them is role modeling them by Paying attention to our own behavior is important because kids are always watching. Children mimic parents, whether we realize it or not.

    7 Types of Social Relationships Parents Need to Role Model Well

    7 Types of Social Relationships Parents Need to Role Model Well

    by Beth Collins1

  • Road injuries are the leading cause of unintentional death for children in the United States. Correctly using a car seat can reduce the risk of a fatality by as much as 70%.

    The Basics of Car Seat Safety

    The Basics of Car Seat Safety

    by Kathleen Odenthal0

  • Co-parenting can be tough, whether you are living separately in a relationship or are separated. Being on the same page together and doing what is in the best interest of your child(ren) can really help. Using a mediator in family counseling can help everyone get there.

    Co-Parenting Counseling

    Co-Parenting Counseling

    by Pj Page2

  • Find out about 10 fun and unplugged activities you can do with your children. These are inexpensive and educational adventures that will bring your family closer together.

    Ten Fun Activities to Enjoy With Your Kids

    Ten Fun Activities to Enjoy With Your Kids

    by Sarah Johnson55

  • I compare two competing parenting methods, one less common, and one traditional. A look at the long term effects of differing parenting styles.

    Peaceful vs Traditional Parenting

    Peaceful vs Traditional Parenting

    by Sam Wickstrom1

  • If you're an exhausted parent looking for some tips to soothe your fussy baby then look no further than the 5 S Method.

    The 5 S Method to Soothe Newborns

    The 5 S Method to Soothe Newborns

    by Lindsey Weaver0

  • The song presents various features that made it popular in the 50s and 60s and still make it appealing to contemporary families: parent-child connection, a child’s wish, and an atmosphere of mystery.

    Scarlet Ribbons: Fun Family Activity and Sing-A-Long

    Scarlet Ribbons: Fun Family Activity and Sing-A-Long

    by Dora Weithers32

  • Whether it's summer, winter, or spring break, extended time together leads to feuding among siblings that can drive a parent crazy! These simple tips will help you diffuse the squabbling so you can have the best family time ever!

    6 Tips to Keep Your Kids From Fighting During School Breaks

    6 Tips to Keep Your Kids From Fighting During School Breaks

    by Vivian Coblentz0

  • Reading books with your child is a way to help them explore their imagination and learn new things. It also creates a strong bond between you two. Here is a book or book series for every year of their childhood— from ages 1 to 18.

    Reading to Your Kids: Books for Every Year

    Reading to Your Kids: Books for Every Year

    by Melissa Clason1

  • Whether you're stuck at home with toddlers because the weather is bad or you're just too tired to take the kids out, here are some creative ideas for keeping your toddlers busy without leaving the house.

    Keeping Your Toddler Busy at Home

    Keeping Your Toddler Busy at Home

    by Kierstin Gunsberg0

  • Do you know how to help your child study for an exam? It's more than just sitting beside them as they browse through their books. Parents must actively participate in the education of their children.

    How to Help Your Child Study for an Exam

    How to Help Your Child Study for an Exam

    by JP Carlos3

  • Cloth diapers can be made from a wide range of materials: twill, jersey, birdseye, flannel, and terry cloth. Cotton and hemp are the most commonly used fibers, though traditionally linen was also used (probably due to availability). When choosing...

    How to Sew Prefold Cloth Diapers

    How to Sew Prefold Cloth Diapers

    by Christa Dovel19

  • Free play is an important part of childhood. Making sure your child has opportunities for unstructured play is important for his or her development.

    Play and Child Development

    Play and Child Development

    by L C David0

  • Are you looking for a way to break the summer boredom for your kids? Learn how to create Mom Camp, a one week craze of activities to pile on the fun and good times. Your kids will be begging for more Mom Camp!

    Summer Fun Ideas: Mom Camp Schedule for Kids

    Summer Fun Ideas: Mom Camp Schedule for Kids

    by Sarah Johnson8

  • Helping your child in her quest to become a vegetarian will ultimately be much easier than trying to change her mind. Follow these simple tips for peace in the family, especially at the dinner table.

    Parenting Vegetarian Kids

    Parenting Vegetarian Kids

    by Brainy Bunny20

  • Ways to teach your children empathy (caring for other people and caring for animals), and why that is so important. Being empathetic is essential to success in all areas of a person's life. Empathy begins at home.

    The Importance of Teaching Your Children Empathy

    The Importance of Teaching Your Children Empathy

    by C E Clark68

  • Make creations that glow in the dark by making your own glowing chalk. Mix up a batch of homemade glow chalk using a highlighter, glow paint, or even glow powder. Or grab a box of Crayola Glow Chalk for a glowing project to stir together.

    How to Make Glow-in-the-Dark Chalk

    How to Make Glow-in-the-Dark Chalk

    by Candace Bacon7

  • Becoming a parent for the first time can be an expensive business; especially when you have no idea what you may or may not need. Here are some products I have tried and tested and would recommend.

    Must-Have Items for a New Parent

    Must-Have Items for a New Parent

    by Stephanie Elford2

  • Penguin Day is a real holiday! Teach your children about penguins with some easy and inexpensive fun. Get some penguin facts, recipes, penguin craft ideas. January 20 is Penguin Day

    Fun Penguin Day Activities for Kids

    Fun Penguin Day Activities for Kids

    by HalloweenRecipes0

  • If your child is a picky eater and you don’t know how to get them to eat, here are some ways to combat their resistance without nagging or losing your cool.

    How to Get Your Picky Eater to Eat

    How to Get Your Picky Eater to Eat

    by Natalie Frank9

  • Tips for an educational, active, fun, fall outdoor scavenger hunt for kids. Includes ideas for autumn hunt items, photo hunts, and a display of the items found.

    Get Kids Moving With a Fall Scavenger Hunt

    Get Kids Moving With a Fall Scavenger Hunt

    by FitFamily7

  • Just as the ship anchor keeps the vessel from drifting into the open seas, so anchor thoughts keep the individual from wandering into unapproved behaviors. Find sample anchor thoughts for teens here.

    "Anchor Thoughts" and How Teens Can Benefit From Them

    "Anchor Thoughts" and How Teens Can Benefit From Them

    by Dora Weithers44

  • Being a parent is hard work. Throw autism into the mix and it becomes exhausting. Here are a few things that parents of ASD children what the world to know.

    4 Issues for Parents of ASD Children

    4 Issues for Parents of ASD Children

    by Diane Mayer Christiansen0

  • Sometimes being a single parent is stressful. It would be awesome to have a helpful husband to assist with duties like cleaning, paying bills, and taking care of the children.

    39 Times I Wish I Had a Husband

    39 Times I Wish I Had a Husband

    by Missy4

  • It is difficult for parents to learn their child is a bully, but this does not mean there is nothing you can do to help your child. Changing bullies can change lives—his/hers and others.

    What to Do When Your Child Is a Bully

    What to Do When Your Child Is a Bully

    by JP Carlos6

  • Looking for ways to keep the kids entertained this summer? Find 5 fun bubble activities to share with your children. Includes homemade bubble solution recipes.

    5 Fun Bubble Activities for Kids

    5 Fun Bubble Activities for Kids

    by Alissa Roberts22

  • My children are lucky enough to have family across the world and have been overseas multiple times in their short lives. Here are some tips for traveling internationally with multiple kids.

    Tips for Traveling Internationally With Children

    Tips for Traveling Internationally With Children

    by capecodj0

  • Your baby is new to the world. She is vulnerable and sensitive to many things including certain foods. Making sure that the food we give our babies is safe, is paramount in a parent's mind.

    Can My Baby Eat Raw Mung Bean Sprouts?

    Can My Baby Eat Raw Mung Bean Sprouts?

    by NathaNater0

  • The simple definition of STEP-MOTHER-a woman that your father marries after his marriage to or relationship with your mother has ended.What do I think of this?Answer-Not a lot. Let me tell you why.

    What Being a Step-Mom Means to Me

    What Being a Step-Mom Means to Me

    by K K Weakley15

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