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1.Parenting Skills - Turning Your School Bully into a Child with Character by Jean Tracy, MSS
Is your child attracted to TV clips of kids gone wild, violent movies, and video games? Is your child bullying other kids and loving it? Why not turn your school bully into a child with character? ...
[Added: 12 May 2007   Hits: 1899   Words: 452]

2.Advice For Single Parents On Getting Financial Help by Jenny Magnier
Many governments, social institutes and religious organization around the world are now recognizing the value and nobility of single parenting. Being a single parent is an act of courage. It's only by choice and thoughtful decision that one gets ready to deal with single ...
[Added: 12 May 2007   Hits: 1205   Words: 667]

3.What is the better choice of the toys for a baby in the period of 6-9 months old? by Angela Minster
It is always a challenge to find a proper and useful toy for your child. On the one hand a toy must be useful for the baby's development, on the other- it must be harmless. To select a correct toy for the baby you know some of ...
[Added: 05 Apr 2007   Hits: 1552   Words: 674]

4.Why A Free Parenting Class Online Will Make You A Better Parent! by Dean Caporella
Times have certainly changed in most facets of life and in the world of parenting, it is no different. The internet has opened up a whole range of possibilities and one of the big advantages for parents is the ...
[Added: 04 Mar 2007   Hits: 1873   Words: 530]

5.Plastic wheels – what does it take for a child to grow? by Ken Wilson
Being a child is perhaps the greatest gift in the world. You have no major worries; you get to play most of the time and you discover amazing things with every step you take. As grown-ups, it is our job to ...
[Added: 27 Feb 2007   Hits: 1812   Words: 644]

6.Near Tragedy Spurs to Reduce Teen Driving Risks by Kris Nickerson
Tracey and Roderic Strozier, from Lakeville, Minn., were spurred to launch Get 'Em Tagged ( after a brush with near tragedy. One early morning in November 2006, they received the call that all parents dread. Their son, 16, and daughter, 18, were driving home at ...
[Added: 25 Feb 2007   Hits: 1238   Words: 760]

7.The art of good parenting by Sylvie. Brinton.
Have you ever wondered what does it take to become a good parent for your defiant child? Are there any recipes that you, as a parent, should be aware of? Or are there things that professionals can do for parents in ...
[Added: 18 Feb 2007   Hits: 1129   Words: 697]

8.Residential Treatment Centers a Solution for Troubled Teens by Harry Johnson
A Residential Treatment Center- Residential Treatment Centers for disturbed teenagers are similar to Specialty Boarding Schools, except they include individual and group therapy. It is not a school where children just happen to have dorm rooms and can spend ...
[Added: 16 Feb 2007   Hits: 1056   Words: 491]

9.Discipline and Consistency by Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes
We often hear that good parenting means consistency and discipline, but rarely does anyone ever stop to explain what that means. Let's start with discipline. When we discipline our children, we are trying to get them to do something they are ...
[Added: 15 Feb 2007   Hits: 1233   Words: 1609]

10.House Cleaning Can Be Fun and Educational by Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes
Housework can be fun. . .and educational??? Okay, I'll admit it, I hate housework, but I hate living in squalor even more. With two kids, five animals and a husband, I was always cleaning. I knew there had to be a better way. So I thought, and thought. ...
[Added: 15 Feb 2007   Hits: 1054   Words: 416]

11.Selecting the Right Nursery Furniture – Some Helpful Tips and Hints by Nathania Heckert
One of the first things new parents-to-be tend to splurge on is all the best baby furniture they can find for their new baby's nursery. From cribs and bassinets to rocking chairs, changing tables, hampers, bedding, accessories and more, welcoming a new baby into the house can be ...
[Added: 15 Feb 2007   Hits: 1032   Words: 702]

12.What is the better choice of the toys for a baby in the period of 3-6 months old? by Angela Minster
The range of movement skills will broaden in the period of 3-6 months: a child does not just simply reach for the toy with the hand or leg, but he or she can now roll to it in a literal sense. Thus it means it ...
[Added: 12 Feb 2007   Hits: 1068   Words: 513]

13.3 Reasons Not To Follow a 'Low-Carb' Diet When Breastfeeding. by Rich Lawson
After a mother has given birth it is natural to be anxious to lose the weight that has been put on during pregnancy as quickly as possible. Popular diets include high protein and low carbohydrate diets such as the ...
[Added: 09 Feb 2007   Hits: 782   Words: 546]

14.Incorporating Language Development into Playtime for Infancy Through Preschool. by Pamela Emerson
When we are looking for educational toys and games for our children, it is always helpful to know what children are like at the various stages of their development. During infancy, nearly everything a baby can touch, taste, smell, see, hear ...
[Added: 08 Feb 2007   Hits: 1077   Words: 641]

15.Raising Responsible Kids - How To Get Your Children To Do Their Chores by Jean Tracy, MSS
Are you raising responsible kids? Do you come home to kids watching TV, playing video games, or chatting on cell phones? Are the morning and afternoon dishes stacked in the sink for you to do? Do you want ...
[Added: 02 Feb 2007   Hits: 759   Words: 447]

16.What is the better choice of the toys for a baby from 0-3 months old? by Angela Minster
Is a game only amusing? A child's psychologist will tell you immediately: "No way! The full natural development of a child is impossible without games". A game in the full sense of the word is a good and useful research activity for ...
[Added: 27 Jan 2007   Hits: 682   Words: 561]

17.My Top Five Baby Tips by Michael S. Carpenter
Having a baby is a momentous, life-changing experience. And like all such defining points in a life, one that you're never quite prepared for. No matter how many books you read, or opinions you seek out, when the time actually arrives, you ...
[Added: 26 Jan 2007   Hits: 682   Words: 1141]

18.Good Nursery Furniture – A Gift for your Bundle of Joy by Sarika Kabra
Shopping for the child in the mother's womb or a newly born baby is an experience to hold on to. The feeling of giving birth to life is unparalleled and the emotional bond shared by the child and its parents is beyond explanation. The ...
[Added: 22 Jan 2007   Hits: 1284   Words: 532]

19.What Good Parenting Entails by Naresh Belliyappa
"There are only two lasting bequests we can hope to give our children. One is roots; the other, wings." - Hodding Carter All parents want their children to develop into well adjusted adults, respected as much for the integrity of their character as for their professional skills. This ...
[Added: 21 Jan 2007   Hits: 731   Words: 1070]

20.5 Ways To Raise A Tolerant and Empathetic Child by Naresh Belliyappa
Tolerance seems to be in short supply now-a-days. Everybody seems to be at odds with everybody else and rather than accept the differences that occur among people, there is animosity and fear. Whether it is politics or religion, life style choices or child rearing methods - people see ...
[Added: 21 Jan 2007   Hits: 822   Words: 1123]

21.Is Caring For Pets As Stressful As Raising Kids? by Donald Saunders
For many people pets are very much a part of the family and many pet owners will even refer to their pets as their 'children'. So, if raising children can provide abundant opportunities for stress to enter ...
[Added: 19 Jan 2007   Hits: 885   Words: 511]

22.Effective Parenting - How to Turn Disrespectful Kids into Respectful Children by Jean Tracy, MSS
Effective parenting: building character in kids takes vision. When 6-year-old Johnny asked his mom, "Can little kids cook?" She answered, "Certainly, with supervision." Johnny thought for a moment and said, "I want to cook. Do I ...
[Added: 17 Jan 2007   Hits: 875   Words: 496]

23.Are Teen Boot Camps Effective? You May Be Surprised by Accendo Academy
Many parents mistakenly believe that a juvenile boot camp will scare their teen into making right decisions, only to find out too late that such programs produce only temporary results and may cause greater problems later on. Most parents who send their child to a juvenile boot ...
[Added: 17 Jan 2007   Hits: 632   Words: 427]

24.How Do You Define Different Parenting Style? by Dean Caporella
I worked out very early in life that no two parenting styles are alike. In fact, as a primary school kid, I used to fascinate at each adults different style of parenting when the school would conduct it's social occasions. ...
[Added: 16 Jan 2007   Hits: 860   Words: 487]

25.Codependency vs. Tough Love in Teens by Nivea David
Codependency is about having a dysfunctional relationship with self. Co-dependency is a behavior that can be passed from one generation to another generation. Basically it is an emotional and behavioral condition. Due to this it affects ...
[Added: 16 Jan 2007   Hits: 707   Words: 405]

26.An enriching environment at a young age means a brighter future by Martin McAllister
Children are constantly learning from their surroundings, which is why it's important to make certain they grow up in an enriching environment. At an early age, this can mean anything from being close to their parents to interacting with other children. However, as children grow older, they require a comprehensive ...
[Added: 10 Jan 2007   Hits: 827   Words: 415]

27.Baby Gift Basket Idea – Tips to Create Unique Baby Gift Baskets by Venus Yoong
A newborn baby gift basket is a great unique baby gift idea! A gift basket gives you a great opportunity to create a functional, beautiful and memorable gift to mark a very special occasion. How can you choose a baby gift basket that really stands ...
[Added: 10 Jan 2007   Hits: 804   Words: 679]

28.Keep your kids occupied during the summer break: stock up with a range of entertaining toys and games by Martin McAllister
Summer is a magnificent time of year: the weather is beautiful, the kids are out of school and you probably have some sort of fantastic family holiday planned. However, one of these factors can prove to be a bit stressful ...
[Added: 09 Jan 2007   Hits: 1538   Words: 402]

29.January Themed Crafts For Kids by Rachel Vince
Here are some January themed crafts for kids that include both summer craft ideas for those who are in summer in the southern hemisphere, and winter craft ideas for those who are in winter in the northern hemisphere. 1.Calendar craft Use a real calendar covered with your ...
[Added: 07 Jan 2007   Hits: 1091   Words: 524]

30.Childproofing Your Home by Jacqueline Courtiol
Having babies and small children in your home means life, fun, noise and safety, safety, safety. Normal, everyday items can be dangerous and even life-threatening to them, so you'll want to make any necessary changes to your living environment to ensure the safety of your little ones. From room-to-room there ...
[Added: 07 Jan 2007   Hits: 823   Words: 548]

31.Birthday Party Theme Packages for Use During the Holiday Season by Jeff Bauman
Birthday party theme packages are much more versatile than is most commonly believed. Many people assume theme packages are useful only during one event… a birthday. But this is definitely not the case. Theme packages are excellent for throwing a child's party during the ...
[Added: 06 Jan 2007   Hits: 717   Words: 422]

32.Consoling a Crying Baby by Jacqueline Courtiol
You probably already know that crying is your baby's way of communicating with you, but what do you do when your precious little one starts "communicating" and won't stop? You'll have to learn how to interpret or "read" your baby's various cries in order to respond appropriately. Once ...
[Added: 05 Jan 2007   Hits: 747   Words: 467]

33.Breastfeeding Nutrition by Jacqueline Courtiol
So you've decided to breastfeed your baby! You'll want to make sure that both you and your little one are getting all of the nutrients you need to stay healthy and strong. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, nursing mothers need to eat ...
[Added: 05 Jan 2007   Hits: 709   Words: 421]

34.Where To Find Assistance For Single Moms by Mats Lonnstrom
In order to survive as a single mother, one has to start building a network of support systems that cover housing, childcare, food, finances, education and more. The list of needs that a single parent has and her ability to ...
[Added: 03 Jan 2007   Hits: 608   Words: 537]

35.Building Character in Kids - How to Turn Your Whiners into Winners by Jean Tracy, MSS
Is building character a challenge for you? Do you feel discouraged when your kids pout about chores like setting the table, feeding the dog, or doing their homework? Do they whine, saying things like, "You make me ...
[Added: 31 Dec 2006   Hits: 1204   Words: 388]

36.Struggling Youth And Wildness Camps by Monica Craft
The word –struggling- is describing a mental condition of a youth who are trying to understand the condition of social and moral environment. Struggling youth are progressively challenged to achieve physical goals of which they ...
[Added: 31 Dec 2006   Hits: 691   Words: 850]

37.Childhood Obesity Major Problem Of teens by Harry Johnsom
The term Obesity in Childhood is show the excessive weight of body in comparison of normal child weight. This may be a reason of much dangerous disease in body in childhood. There are many reason behind the obesity in child as Physical activity, unhealthy eating patterns, with genetics and lifestyle ...
[Added: 24 Dec 2006   Hits: 559   Words: 565]

38.Stern But Loving by Clark A. Thomas
Listening, learning, and observing your children are very effective ways of getting them to open up to you when disciplinary action is require to getting your child attention. Giving your child your undivided attention by listening is the first thing you should consider ...
[Added: 23 Dec 2006   Hits: 650   Words: 511]

39.Child-proofing a home is something all new parents need to action by Martin McAllister
All parents want to nurture, protect and care for their children; however, it's not always possible for parents to keep a constant watch over them. That said, it's often when a parent turns their head that a child's natural curiosity ...
[Added: 22 Dec 2006   Hits: 1092   Words: 517]

40.Is A Potty Seat Essential For Toilet Training? by Jill Brennan
Deciding when and how to potty train your child can be an arduous task for parents. Especially if this is your first child. You need to work out how to go about it, how to do it, and how to ...
[Added: 22 Dec 2006   Hits: 588   Words: 411]

41.Child Discipline: Learning How To Use Consequences by Jill Brennan
Growing up means learning who you are apart from your family. This creates conflict--especially when the child wants something other than his or her parents. Conflict is a fact of life for every family. Because of this inevitable conflict, every parent has ...
[Added: 22 Dec 2006   Hits: 759   Words: 587]

42.Child's Play: The Importance Of Pretending by Jill Brennan
Creative play is crucial to every child to help foster a healthy imagination. However, the term "creative play" may be a bit misleading. Usually, when "creativity" is mentioned, the first thing we think of is arts and ...
[Added: 13 Dec 2006   Hits: 801   Words: 572]

43.4 Christmas Hacks by Noel Jameson
Looking for ways to make the holiday season a little less stressful? I don't blame you. After all, it's supposed to be the most wonderful time of year, yet many of us find ourselves ...
[Added: 12 Dec 2006   Hits: 690   Words: 651]

44.Smacking... Should You or Shouldn't You? by Neil Millar
Smacking children when they've been naughty, disrespectful or defiant has been an issue for a while. Some people feel we should smack as a way of disciplining or chastisement, others disagree. In this article we'll explore this. As well as the: 'should we, shouldn't we ...
[Added: 07 Dec 2006   Hits: 451   Words: 866]

45.How To Apply The Rules Of Parenting Discipline And Still Earn Your Child's Respect by Dean Caporella
There are few more emotive issues in today's society than parenting discipline. Ask a hundred parents what child discipline is and you'll probably get a hundred different responses. The parenting discipline landscape has changed considerably during the last fifty years, with more emphasis placed on ...
[Added: 07 Dec 2006   Hits: 422   Words: 558]

46.Basics To Baby Proofing Your House by Olga Sysoef
One of the first things that goes through a new parent's head is the need for safety. Baby proofing your home is a major concern – and rightfully so. Many accidents that happen in the home can be prevented with a few ...
[Added: 05 Dec 2006   Hits: 313   Words: 417]

47.Crying Baby - Will A Warm Cuddle Comfort My Crying Baby by Maisy Day
Crying babies will normally always have a reason why they bawl, scream, yell or kick up a fuss. Getting to the root of the problem of why we have a crying baby in the first place will definitely help ...
[Added: 02 Dec 2006   Hits: 428   Words: 551]

48.Parents Need More Money --- Not Public Schools by Joel Turtel
If more money meant better education for our kids, our public schools should have vastly improved over the last 75 years. Yet the reverse is true. In dollars adjusted for inflation, public schools spent about $876 per ...
[Added: 02 Dec 2006   Hits: 426   Words: 752]

49.The Joy of Being a Single Parent! by Clark A. Thomas
Let's face it. It's true we all do not remain married for one reason or another. But, through it all for those of you who have children, there's nothing better than having a child to ...
[Added: 01 Dec 2006   Hits: 664   Words: 412]

50.How To Reducing Childcare Costs by Cornie Herring
Next to rent or mortgage payments, childcare often ranks as the second-highest expenditure in a household budget. Working couples can pay a whopping 10-20% of their incomes on childcare while their children are small. Seeing the ...
[Added: 30 Nov 2006   Hits: 400   Words: 554]

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