How Do I Ensure My Child’s Safety During Day Care
[ 0 ] June 16, 2015 |

How Do I Ensure My Child’s Safety During Day Care

Sending your child to day care can be a very traumatic event for both parent and child. This is often the first time that the parents are actually separated from the child in an environment that is new to both. The child will most likely need time to adjust, whereas the parents will be worried, […]

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How Do I Choose The Safest Bicycle For My Child
[ 0 ] June 16, 2015 |

How Do I Choose The Safest Bicycle For My Child

A child’s first bicycle is one of those gifts that will be remembered for many years to come. However, it is important to choose a bike with the idea of safety in mind. Here are some tips on how to buy the safest bike for your child. When shopping for a bike for your child, […]

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How Can I Tell If My Child’s School Is Safe
[ 0 ] June 16, 2015 |

How Can I Tell If My Child’s School Is Safe

Every Parent Wonders There is not a parent who has not wondered if their child is safe in the school atmosphere. There are some clues that will let you know that it is safe or if it is unsafe. A parent can certainly keep themselves informed of what the school is doing to ensure the […]

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How Can I Teach My Child About Rules
[ 0 ] June 16, 2015 |

How Can I Teach My Child About Rules

Disciplining Your Child To Follow Rules Need Not Mean Punishment Discipline is not a bad thing. The word ‘discipline’ derives from the Latin meaning teaching, learning and knowledge. Although punishment is included as part of the current English language definition, it need not be part of your own practice when disciplining your child. Discipline is […]

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How Do I Gauge My Child’s Development After Age 5
[ 0 ] June 16, 2015 |

How Do I Gauge My Child’s Development After Age 5

An important part of good parenting is to observe your child’s development during the school years to ensure that their development mentally, physically and socially is appropriate. Proper development is important for the health and well being of your child. If there is a problem, being observant will help you spot it sooner and intervene […]

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At What Age Do Children Normally Start To Make Friends
[ 0 ] June 16, 2015 |

At What Age Do Children Normally Start To Make Friends

With all the adorable looks, smiles and gurgling, children’s social development begins as soon as they enter the world. However, a child’s first casual friendships don’t typically begin until reaching the toddler stage, when children normally start to make friends. Of course, the definition of making friends can be rather loosely applied and interpreted. After […]

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How To Spot The First Signs Of Pregnancy
[ 0 ] June 16, 2015 |

How To Spot The First Signs Of Pregnancy

Pregnancy can often be magical thing weather you are expecting your first child or trying to expand your family. If you are trying to have your first child then you may be wonder what the signs of pregnancy may be. First, tingling nipples can be one of your first signs of pregnancy. Hormones increase the […]

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How To Exercise During Pregnancy
[ 0 ] June 16, 2015 |

How To Exercise During Pregnancy

Every woman’s pregnancy is different. Each woman experiences different stress levels, symptoms, emotional up and downs, and even food cravings. However, if you are focused on maintaining your health and the health of your unborn child, you may be wondering if you can continue your current exercise routine. If this is the case, you should […]

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How Does Your Skin Change During Pregnancy
[ 0 ] June 16, 2015 |

How Does Your Skin Change During Pregnancy

All A Glow During pregnancy there are many changes happening inside and out. With the changes in your hormone levels during pregnancy, it is normal to experience changes with your skin. These changes can include pigmentation changes or changes in skin color, spots, broken veins, chafing, and itchy skin. Sometimes, your skin will turn darker, […]

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What Can I Do To Prevent My Toddler Having A Tantrum
[ 0 ] June 16, 2015 |

What Can I Do To Prevent My Toddler Having A Tantrum

Temper Tantrums In Toddlers And How To Prevent Them When it comes to bringing up a child, there is nothing to match the love and tolerance that a parent must have for them. Parents would undoubtedly prefer to avoid having to experience the tantrums that their toddler displays, especially when they are in public. Some […]

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How Do I Communicate With My Toddler Who Is Just Learning To Talk
[ 0 ] June 16, 2015 |

How Do I Communicate With My Toddler Who Is Just Learning To Talk

When children are toddlers, they are like sponges and they are able to suck up all the information that they are beginning to learn in the world around them like language. This is the time to communicate and connect with your toddler even more than what your are doing now. Just remember to use the […]

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Toby’s 5th Birthday Party
[ 0 ] July 15, 2015 |

Toby’s 5th Birthday Party

This weekend, we had an early birthday party for Toby, who turns five in a few days. Here are a few photos, if you’d like to see… As always, we had a picnic in a waterfront meadow in downtown Manhattan, the same place where we had Toby’s parties when he turned one, two, three and four. (Be still, my heart!) We brought along a few things for the kids to play with, as always — like, a parachute, a frisbee and bubbles.

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How To Take Care Of A Newborn
[ 0 ] June 16, 2015 |

How To Take Care Of A Newborn

When you have a baby, it can be both an exciting and a scary time. All of a sudden you are responsible for this whole new person and it can be a little bit overwhelming. Doing as much research as possible before the baby comes can give you a bit more confidence that you know […]

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How To Burp A Baby
[ 0 ] June 16, 2015 |

How To Burp A Baby

How to Effectively Burp Your Baby Babies are in need of so much care. They depend on us to take the best care of them as we can. For generations the care of babies have been passed on from generation to generation. Then one generation discovers a new way of doing things and change the […]

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How To Bath A Baby
[ 0 ] June 16, 2015 |

How To Bath A Baby

Tips to Safely Bath A Baby Bathing your baby can become a pleasant ritual that helps the new mom or dad bond more closely with their infant son or daughter. Many parents prefer to give baby a bath on a nightly basis, although it’s okay to scale that back to several times a week and […]

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Is Important For My Child To Go To Pre-school
[ 0 ] June 16, 2015 |

Is Important For My Child To Go To Pre-school

What is Preschool? Preschool is an early childhood educational class curriculum that is diverse. Preschool is a form of socialization. It forms the foundation to academic and life success. It is important to note that not all preschool programs are the same. Parents should be informed of what each preschool program can offer their children. […]

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Avoiding Tantrums At Playtime
[ 0 ] June 16, 2015 |

Avoiding Tantrums At Playtime

Children are always immune to sudden bursts of emotions. Preventing temper tantrums is often the most challenging job for parents and caretakers because kids undergo quick development behavioral changes that are difficult to predict. As a parent, it is not uncommon to feel helpless when your kid suddenly starts pounding fist and turns red for […]

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How To Deal With A Naughty Kid
[ 0 ] June 16, 2015 |

How To Deal With A Naughty Kid

Dealing With A Child When They Are Naughty Most children are generally well behaved, unfortunately there are instances when that child loses touch with reality and begins to act in ways that may seem unacceptable. Parents can always hope that these episodes take place in the protection of their own home; however, the odds are […]

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How To Help Your Child Transition From Co sleeping To Sleeping Independently

How To Help Your Child Transition From Co sleeping To Sleeping Independently

[ 0 ] June 16, 2015 |

It can be a real struggle for both parents and children to adjust to sleeping independently if you allowed your child to co-sleep with you during their infant years. Most children will balk at the idea of sleeping alone even once they reach the appropriate age, and why wouldn’t they? After all, they are getting […]

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How Can I Teach My Child To Deal With Rejection

How Can I Teach My Child To Deal With Rejection

[ 0 ] June 16, 2015 |

How To Help Children Deal With Rejection Rejection is an inevitable fact of life. We all have to deal with being rejected by others at some point in time. Whether it is not being picked for a kickball team, or being turned down for a job rejection will cross our paths at some time. As […]

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By What Age Should My Child Be Able To Read

By What Age Should My Child Be Able To Read

[ 0 ] June 16, 2015 |

At What Age Should My Child Be Able To Read? Reading development in children is a complex learning process that involves many variables. As a result, there is no set age at which a child should begin reading. Most children begin reading before the age of five, but not reading by that time does not […]

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