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Good Social Media Habits for Children

1964 day ago

We can’t deny that technology is absolutely fast-changing these days. Most teenagers use some type of social media and have their profiles displaying their information in public. Although relatives and friends can see their profiles, the scary thing about this is that even strangers can have access to these details. Social Read more...

Give Thanks on Thanksgiving Day

Fun Games for Thanksgiving Day

1970 day ago

  Thanksgiving is a hectic holiday – you’ll have to think of a nice and special setting for the table, bake pies, prepare the turkey, and that’s just getting the beginning. If you plan to host a party that will bring in quite the crowd, it will be great to Read more...

A Positive Image

Bring the Confidence – Preventing Body Image Problems

1977 day ago

With how today’s media promotes beauty standards, it can be difficult to not think of having the ideal body image. No matter how much you try to keep your little ones away from it, they will still get the message elsewhere. Even if they are not highly exposed to the Read more...

Sleeping Little Girl

Teaching your Children to Sleep Alone

1985 day ago

  Children often get accustomed to having a parent next to them when they sleep. This can be a problem in the future since they may end up balking when a parent tries to separate from them during bedtime. However, there are a number of things that you can do Read more...

Halloween Decorations

Halloween-Themed Decorative Ideas

1991 day ago

Thanks to Halloween and Thanksgiving, there are endless possibilities in crafting project ideas. Crafting not only gives you the chance to decorate your home, but it also gives you the opportunity to make unforgettable memories with the family. Get ready to scare everyone up this Halloween with spooky and unique Read more...

Urging Silence

Stopping Your Child from Gossiping

1998 day ago

Gossiping is a common pastime for a lot of people and surprisingly, it starts with children as young as 8 or 9 years old. Children around these ages gossip to experiment and see how much influence they have over others. Another reason is they think this will help them become Read more...

Self Control

Helping Your Child Develop Self-Control

2005 day ago

Self-control is an ability that allows a person to manage one’s thoughts, emotions, behavior, and impulses. People can easily cooperate with others, resolve conflicts, and cope with frustrations if they have this trait. An example of this is when a toddler says “I’m mad” instead of breaking things or biting Read more...

Halloween Party

Ideas for Halloween Party Activities

2012 day ago

Halloween is an occasion that is celebrated by billions of people around the world. This is the time of the year when both children and adults go trick or treating in costumes. While these two things are enjoyable, others would still want to do something unique and different. Another way Read more...

Sick Child

Secrets of Children Who Rarely Get Sick

2019 day ago

We all know that a child’s immune system isn’t fully developed. Most of the time, children’s immune systems are less efficient fighting different types of viruses. Unfortunately, a lot of parents also take the wrong approach to keep their children protected from sicknesses. The first and most common approach of Read more...

Children Studying

Ways to Make Studying Fun

2027 day ago

As parents, one of the biggest problems you face is your child’s lack of motivation to study. This isn’t even your fault since studying can get a bit boring even for adults. Your little ones can look forward to learning as long as it is fun and the key to Read more...

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