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Children and Sleepovers
Once your children enter the magical world of preschool, you, the parents, enter the wonderful, or rather not so wonderful, world of sleepovers. Fortunately, for many of us, our entrance into this...

Getting Over On Mom and Dad
Children today are extremely talented at many things. Unlike the children of decades ago, todayís children are encouraged to be clever, even if it means cleverly dishonest. Can we even blame them...

Prepare Your Child for Preschool
It is common for parents to worry about how their child will react to preschool. For some children, separation anxiety can be a problem. Children that have been in daycare at an early age or those ...

Myers Briggs and Your Family
During my high school years, I was defined as a ďType AĒ personality because I was driven, goal motivated, competitive and often busy. It wasnít until college that I learned that different psycholo...

Backpacks: Safety and Purchase
Backpacks have become an essential part of almost every childís life from the tiniest preschooler to the largest high school student. From the moment they begin school, children need and want a ba...

Home Alone Isnít All Bad
Raising a child or children isnít always an easy task. Sometimes parents have to make decisions that are difficult to make. In todayís world where many families have two working parents or a sing...

Homeschoolers And Public School Sports: Parents Sit On Th ...
One hot topic concerning homeschooled students these days is whether they should be allowed to play on public school sports teams. Parents are split on this topic because they want the opportunity...

Discussing Death With Your Children
Discussing death with your children can be a difficult subject, especially if you are having trouble accepting the death of someone you love. It is important, however, to help children understand ...

Supporting Your Childís Dream While Maintaining Your Sanity
Sometimes itís hard for parents to understand the things that make their children tick. Whether itís dancing, writing, painting, running, archery, etc., we often become infatuated with something in...

Free Parenting Advice for Those Who Mess Things Up
For ten glorious years my wife and I celebrated marriage without children. We share in the joy of mutual satisfaction in a life unhindered by tiny feet. We would spontaneously pack up a couple of s...

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