When a family goes through a divorce, it affects everyone. Here’s how to keep your children communicating with you even though hurt feelings tell them not to.
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When Baby hasn’t said her first words, is it time for concern?
While developmental delays are not uncommon with internationally adopted children, they can result in unexpected challenges.
Kids are ALWAYS attempting to protect themselves when they lie — aren’t you?! Here’s the case for a little common sense and understanding.
Messy, messy kids’ rooms and what to do to keep from going out of your mind!
When kids talk back to you, there’s a certain way you should handle it. Read on to find out.
Make your child’s blue jeans last twice as long with this simple tip! Â • With $2 and five minutes, you can extend the life of your child’s blue jeans. You need new jeans, denim patches (they won’t show in the end; find them at a craft store), an iron and an ironing board. Â • Preheat… Read more »
Shannon Whitford doesn’t usually stand out in a crowd. She’s quiet and shy. But once she gets on stage, that timidity disappears.
As we grow older and years go by, we begin coming to terms with the fact that we really are on our own in this world. Now don’t go getting all bummed out or anything. That’s not to say that we don’t thrive among family and others who care for us and who can be… Read more »
It may be cold outside, but it’s just as important for children to get physical activity during the winter as it is during the warmer months. That means outdoor play! Lots of kids take it upon themselves to toss their hats and jackets off; plenty of kids think its “cool” not to wear winter… Read more »