1). 14 Simple Rules for Raising Successful Children By : Jamie Jefferson
Successful parenting means taking the time to understand what our children need to be fulfilled, confident, and happy. Of course, that’s no small task. Here are 14 guiding principles.
2). Family Fun: Five Ways to Celebrate Everyday Life with your Family By : Jamie Jefferson
Those of us who invest our time, energy, and money into raising a family know it better than anyone: there is no substitute for quality family time. Here are five ideas for fostering the closeness of your family.
3). Getting Ready For Home Schooling Your Child By : Kip Goldhammer
So, are you thinking about home schooling your children? Are you skeptical if that is the right thing to do? Do you need information on home schooling and the curriculum for a home school?
4). Single Parents...Help is On the Way! By : Dorothea Carney
Single parents are often too busy trying to survive to look for the help they need. Discover the award-winning resource guide for single parents and others experiencing financial hardships.
5). How to get your Child to do Chores By : Joseph Then
If you find that you are repeating the same things repeatedly to your children about house hold chores, then there are a few things that you can do.
6). How to be a Better Parent By : Joseph Then
Being a parent is one of the most important jobs anyone can have. It takes a lot of work and determination to be a loving and supportive parent to any child.
7). Get Connected to Your Children’s School By : Carol Josel
How can you help your children do better at school? Get involved.
8). DNA Tests & Their Uses By : Peter Bishop
DNA is a series of hereditary characteristics, such as hair and eye color, fingerprints, susceptibility to disease, etc. These genes are inherited from both parents, which is why DNA testing is widely used to determine paternity results.
9). The Paternity Testing Process & Your Rights By : Peter Bishop
A paternity test is defined as a test that determines the likelihood that a man is the biological father of the child. Also known as a DNA test, paternity testing reveals the inherited DNA that is received from both biological parents.
10). The Importance of Reading to Your Child at an Early Age By : Barney Garcia
Reading books to children from an early age is an important part of parenting. Not only will it help in the bonding process, it will help your child develop his or her speech and language abilities.
11). Should You Know What Social Networking Is ? By : ian Williamson
If by now you have not heard of Mspace or Friendster then maybe the world is moving too slowly for you. Young adults (teens and college age adults) are using the world of the internet to communicate in ways we had no inkling of a few years ago.
12). Parenting Skill – Helping Children Build Strong Foundation By : Sanjay Johari
Parenting skill requires that the parents understand the child’s perceived needs and her perceived world, and respond suitably to turn her into a person they would like her to be.
13). Easy Steps for Free Homemade Baby Shower Invitations By : Sam Smith
How to make free homemade baby shower invitations to cut the overall cost of the baby shower and save big money. They also allow you to personalize and customize the homemade invitation so you can get the exact look and theme you want.
14). A Step-By-Step Plan to a Healthy Pregnancy By : Nicky Pilkington
Having a baby is an exciting moment. However, the nine months leading up to the experience can be a bit unnerving. Most women worry throughout their pregnancy about the health of their baby. To alleviate the stress and worry that often creep up during pregnancy, plan instead to have a healthy pregnancy and you can rest assured that you have done your very best to have a healthy baby.
15). Teach Your Child to Live for Maximum Potential By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
At times, everyone feels a little depressed about life, and children are no exception. Just like you, children often experience “the same old grind.” They get up for school, day care, or camp to travel the same road each weekday. Some children even look forward to weekends in the same way their parents do.
16). I love you dad By : Hege Crowton
Being or becoming a dad can at times be overwhelming. From the very beginning, when we get the news a lot of us are left to feel like outsiders or intruders.
17). On-Line Business Using Baby Products By : Hege Crowton
Are you a stay at home parent who would very much like to earn some extra money but you don’t know how? Well the answer is right in front of you, your baby. This does not mean that you should make a business of your child but out of what you as a parent know a child needs.
18). Home Schooling; A Viable Alternative to Conventional Education By : Jay Stockman
Elementary home schooling is the best time to get started with your child in the home schooling environment. Home schooling is an excellent bonding time for you and your child to share learning experiences together.
19). Baby Shower Planning on a Tight Budget By : Sam Smith
Trying to plan a baby shower while sticking to a tight budget? For more information on how to plan a baby shower on a budget while making it memorable read on.
20). Parenting After Divorce By : Nathan Dawson
Once you have finished gathering all your divorce information, sought all the divorce advice that was out there, found divorce help by hiring an attorney and financial planner… after you have learned everything there is to know about how to get a divorce there is one decision that has no fast, cut-and-dried answers: how to raise your children in two households.
21). Facts about Success Programs for Kids - Part 3 By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
A child’s development cannot be put on hold. He or she will learn something new every day, and you want to make sure the information learned is structural and positive. You can take control of your child’s destiny when you understand that everything is an influence.
22). Have you jumped on the baby trend? By : Hege Crowton
Babies and baby products has become a very hot market lately and is steadily growing. Baby issues and all product regarding babies is turning out to be a big money making machine so obviously if you have jumped on this trend you may just have hit a great niche.
23). What Happens When Your Dishwasher Breaks By : David Skul
When I was a child I remember cleaning up after the family meals and hand washing dishes. I thought it was like punishment most of the time. I complained most of the time, but my father and mother insisted that I learn this “life skill as they called it. I called it washing dishes. None the less my dishwashing career was a long and fruitful one growing up in a middle class family in Colorado.
24). Families That Hit Pine Cones Together Stay Together By : Duane Shinn
It is said that families that pray together stay together. I think it’s almost equally true that families that play together stay together. If play time is the glue of family life, our family is a sticky crew!
25). Paternity Test: Are you the One? By : John Morris
The paternity test, on the other hand, has three test options available: prenatal testing, viability test, or in-home testing.
26). Facts about Success Programs for Kids - Part 2 By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
Many parents have the best of intentions, but end up over handling their son’s or daughter’s activities. Perfection is not realistically expected of adults, so why do we demand it from our children?
27). Helping Familes find the right Car Seat for their little Travellers By : Tamara Williams
Providing tips and advice on car seat selection for parents to consider
28). The Fatal Aspects of Anger By : Saleem Rana
Anger is a brief madness. It leaves destruction in its wake. It floods our bodies with adrenaline and spikes up our high blood pressure. At its extreme, it is responsible for most homicides.
29). The Truth About Giving Advice By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
All of us want to help, protect, and shield our children from life’s daily disappointments. How can we give constructive advice, to a child, without being remembered as one of their worst critics? Any negative comment we make has a “ripple effect” and can turn into long-term hostility.
30). Taking a 2nd Look At Cloth Diapers By : Nicolette Dial
If you’re a new parent, you’ve probably heard your grandparents singing the praises of disposable diapers. Way back then, the only option was cloth diapers, which require a ton of laundry work. See, less than thirty years ago, disposable diapers were considered a luxury. Nowadays, everyone uses cloth diapers and people that use cloth diapers for their babies are considered to be odd. There are several reasons that modern parents might want to use cloth diapers instead of disposables.
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