1). Baby Sitters - How To Find A Good One By : Jay Moncliff
Finding a good baby sitter is a daunting task for many parents who have little options. There are a few good resources out there and there a some wise approaches to take when choosing a baby sitter for your family.
2). The Effect of White Noise Machines on a Child’s Learning and Behavior By : Christine Harrell
Explaining the effects and benefits a white noise machine can have on young children and their sleep patterns.
3). How To Select The Right Youth Baseball Glove For Your Child By : Bob Prezzano
The design of youth baseball gloves is done with the child’s hand eye coordination and physical skills in mind. The physical skill of an adult means adult gloves can be made differently depending on the nature of the position they play, and with more webbing to allow them to snare baseballs a little more easily.
4). My Little Pony Toys Are Back By : Dustin Cannon
In the 1980s one of the most popular line of toys was the My Little Pony toys. They were small ponies that were made of plastic and had hair you could brush. Today they are back on the shelves, allowing the daughters of the original My Little Pony lovers to play with them too.
5). Bob the Builder Toys make Great Gifts By : Dustin Cannon
When you are looking for a gift for a male or female child and don’t know what to buy, you can have some trouble. Finding great gifts for other people’s children can be even harder. If you need a great gift for a child between the ages of 2 and 6 you might want to try Bob the Builder toys.
6). More Effective Communication with Children - Part 6 By : Robert Elias Najemy
A twelve-year-old is sent home by a teacher with a note stating that he was speaking loudly, using "filthy" language. What might be the parents’ reaction?
7). More Effective Communication with Children - Part 5 By : Robert Elias Najemy
A child keeps pleading to be taken to a movie, but has not cleaned up his room for several days, a job, which he agreed to do.
8). More Effective Communication with Children - Part 3 By : Robert Elias Najemy
Now what are some of the programmings or beliefs which a parent may have which may create some of these emotions.
9). More Effective Communication with Children - Part 4 By : Robert Elias Najemy
Now the child himself obviously has a problem which is not allowing him or her to use his or her mental abilities to their full potential.
10). More Effective Communication with Children - Part 2 By : Robert Elias Najemy
Let us briefly mention how most people communicate now. There are two basic categories; those who suppress themselves and do not communicate; and those who suppress the others by raising their voices.
11). Hot Unique Baby Shower Invitations By : Sam Smith
Looking for easy ideas to make your own unique baby shower invitations. The article below will help you make some of the bst and most unqiue homemade baby shower invitations. Great ideas and easy to follow steps.
12). Should I Let My Adult Child Move Back Home? By :
Tips and information provided to parents who have decided to let their adult children move back into the family home.
13). Should I Give My Kid An Allowance? By :
Tips and information provided to parents who may be considering giving their chid and allowance.
14). Parenting Tips – Communication Plays a Major Part in Parenting By : Joseph Then
There is a large amount of organizations out there that are willing to give out parenting tips. Yet some of the people that give out the tips have no children of their own.
15). Mr. Mom By : Hege Crowton
Unrecognized by most, but a known fact for many is that motherhood is one of the toughest, hardest and most demanding”jobs” a person can have. Often going unappreciated for years a mother will still go about her daily chores day after day after day. Unlike other jobs motherhood is not a 9-5 job five days a week, rather a 24/7 job 365 days a year.
16). Having a Healthy Family By : Jessica Deets
The more you know about good health, the easier it is for your family to be healthy. There are many medical resources on the Internet, but your family doctor is the best provider of personalized treatment and health education. Internet resources are invaluable resources for finding health care information before you talk to your doctor about your family’s medical needs.
17). Tween Scene – No More Kids Clothes? By : Albert Medinas
Shopping for kids clothes is, if not fun, at least a relatively painless parental task. All a parent needs to know to buy clothes is the child’s age and favorite over-commercialized cartoon character. He then need only buy something with that age printed on the tag – 2T for a two-year old, 6X for a tall six-year old – bearing the appropriate Elmo or Dora the Explorer images. Not a flawless system, but one that has stood the transition from shopping moms to shopping, clueless dads like me. However, this system starts to unravel as your child approaches the tween years – generally recognized as the ages between nine and twelve.
18). Are Kids on Wheels Safe in Public? By : Charles Kassotis
Don’t let your kids leave home without electric scooter tips like these.
19). Keeping Inflatables Away From Small Children By : Charles Kassotis
There are many dangers associated with inflatable items, follow this simple guideline to ensure safety.
20). Baby Car Seats Protection Measures By : Tamara Williams
How to choose the right car seat for your baby
21). Communication In The Family By : Don McKay
Learn how to communicate more affectively with your kids and spouse. There is a time to talk and a time to listen, but communication requires both.
22). When Two Worlds Collide By : Don McKay
Boom! That is the sound of an actual collision that starts a chain reaction, which later leaves everyone in confusion. Most auto accidents start just like this. There is another collision that does not have the same out come. This collision is called divorce.
23). Helping Your Kids Grow Up By : Sandra Stammberger
It is a parent’s responsibility to ensure that their children develop into responsible young adults. This may seem like a daunting task initially but it doesn’t need to be that difficult.
24). A National Holiday for Tolerance and Parenting (Part 2) By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
Take control of children by shutting the Xbox, Play Station, television, and music off. If you want to send them to their room, take all the toys away. "Stick to your guns," and don’t back down if you are right. Your children will be better for it, and they will grow up as balanced adults because of your courage "to stand up and be counted."
25). Crafts for Kids: Homemade Bird Feeders By : James Hunt
There is nothing more enjoyable than eating breakfast and watching birds flutter and dance outside the kitchen window on a snowy morning...
26). Children and Smokers By : Mike Durand
Not everybody is motivated to stop smoking by the same things, we know about the health issues so lets look at some of the other reasons to quit smoking
27). About Baby Care By : Ivar Rudi
Child care is one of the most major concern if a baby is born and if you are planning to go back to work. So think about the care your child receives from your care taker as he or she is with your child all the time in that environment.
28). Communication In The Family-Part 2 By : Don McKay
Communicating with one another is difficult at times, but the more we realize what is said the more we need to look at what is not said. Husbands need to listen and wives do too.
29). The Child Support Crisis By : James Hunt
The issue of child support is touchy to say the least. There are many problems with this system...
30). A National Holiday for Tolerance and Parenting (Part 1) By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is explained in classrooms, to our children and grandchildren, in simplistic terms. Just this past week, I was surprised to listen to local children’s views on the subject. They explained discrimination with such acceptance that I just listened in amazement.
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