Monthly Archives: March 2013

10 Signs Your Toddler is Ready for an Open-Top Cup

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As your baby moves out of the infant stage and into the toddler stage, you may begin to have questions about your child’s readiness for a regular cup. Some mothers prefer to wean their babies straight from breast to cup, … Continue reading

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30 Blogs with the Best Spring Break Vacation Ideas for Teens

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Spring break vacations present a whole host of problems for both parents and teenagers. Parents with teens who are too young to go on vacation alone need to find ideas that won’t leave their teens feeling as if they’re being … Continue reading

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10 of the Best Summer Jobs for High School Students

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Instilling a sense of responsibility, both financial and social, is one of the most effective ways of avoiding the pitfalls of dealing with an entitled teenager. Kids who work to pay for the things they want learn not only the … Continue reading

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How to Keep Your Child From Getting Sick at Daycare

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Sending your child to daycare comes with the benefits of early socialization, working on the mastery of early skills and reaching developmental milestones, along with the peace of mind that comes with knowing that your child is well taken care … Continue reading

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Why Scabs are So Darn Itchy and Irresistible to Kids

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Scrapes, cuts and skinned knees are just par for the course when you’re growing up. From falling off a bicycle to tripping on the sidewalk, there are myriad ways that kids can find themselves with cuts on their skin that … Continue reading

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How to Get Your Kids to Behave in a Restaurant

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After news of a Poulsbo, Washington restaurant manager’s surprising “well-behaved children” discount for a family of five with three young children made national news, more parents began to sit up and take notice of how important ensuring their kids’ good … Continue reading

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30 Blogs with the Best Ideas for Teacher Appreciation Week

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Teachers are unsung heroes. Parents rely on teachers to teach and care for their children five days a week for seven to eight hours a day.  Without teachers, many children would not learn what it takes to graduate high school … Continue reading

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30 Blogs with Fabulous Ideas for Throwing a Tween Garden Party

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As the temperatures begin to warm up and the days start to get longer, the kids start itching to be outside again. How about throwing a garden party to kick off spring? Tweens are at an age where they are … Continue reading

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