Nurture

7 Tips To Get Your Teen Driver Road Ready When your child hits the age of 16, driving a car becomes a social requirement. Then again, it’s still your task as a parent to make sure your teen driver is prepared for such a responsibility. No doubt, owning a car is nothing like getting a
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5 Tips For Relationship Building And Bonding With Your Kids Any empty nester will tell you: They grow up fast. They might be semi-annoying infants right now, but in a year or two, you’ll desperately miss their cuddles and simple needs. As time goes by, your babies turn into kids who naturally develop a distance
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Mommy Brain: The Baby Cry, & Beyond » Daily Mom Have you fallen victim to the “mommy brain” dilemma? The time when you walk into a room and you don’t know why you’re there? Or you called a child and immediately forgot why you wanted them? Or how about, just forgetting their names altogether? Okay,
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Courtesy of: Frankie Nelson Growing up, most of my friends were girls, and this is still true today. My best friend, Debbie, is a girl I befriended over 35 years ago at summer camp and we have been inseparable ever since. For whatever reason I feel safe and more at ease around women than I
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Cyberbullying And How It Might Affect Your Child » Daily Mom Nowadays our kids can’t imagine life without technologies and the internet. Sometimes parents give tablets and phones to their toddlers to play so that they will be quiet. That’s why you shouldn’t be surprised when your 8-year old child asks you to set up
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Parent Education Programs And Rewards From Baby Box Co. All mothers and fathers will look for parenting advice or even seek parent education programs at some point throughout parenthood. Whether they are expecting their first child or already have children, most likely questions will arise that parents may not know the answers to. When this
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Photo: iStockphoto Despite decades of campaigns pushing for increased awareness, injuries and deaths caused by heatstroke when kids are left in hot cars continue to happen. Dozens of children across North America die each summer while trapped in hot cars, where interior temperatures can jump more than 30 degrees Celsius in just half an hour
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The Importance Of Dad And The Father Daughter Bond-Daily Mom The importance of a dad is very crucial. A father plays a big and important role in their child’s life. Being present in the child’s life has a huge impact on them and molds him/her into the person they become. Whether it is the father
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What Is An IEP And What Parents Need To Know » Daily Mom In education there are dozens of acronyms that get thrown around by teachers and school personnel, so chances are if you have a school-aged child, you have heard the term IEP. But what is an IEP? There’s a lot to know, so
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25 Dad And Daughter Activities To Try This Year » Daily Mom Fathers have a different, yet special bond with their daughters. A father’s role is of utmost importance when it comes to raising their daughters to be smart and confident, as well as powerful women. There are many different dad and daughter activities that
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STEM Activities for elementary school children are extremely important with regards to their educational future. We hear a lot about the prevalence of STEM careers in the modern age. Although science, technology, engineering, and mathematics have always been important subjects, they are even stronger when they’re together — and when they are introduced starting at
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“When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.’ ” – Fred Rogers The baby books never mentioned how to go about discussing tragedy with children. Thankfully, our generation grew up with
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If you are looking for some inspiring Bible verses about mothers, Ecclesiastes is a book in the Old Testament of the Bible that seems to have an answer for everything, and that answer is “To everything, there is a season”. Things will come, and things will go, but God’s Word will be there through all
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One of the perks of homeschooling is that you have the freedom to choose your own curriculum and homeschooling style. There are a variety of options for homeschool curriculum, so much that it can become overwhelming to decide what is right for you. If you are new to homeschooling, you may be unfamiliar with some
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Photo: iStockphoto It’s a pretty special thing to grow up Canadian, eh? We’re not without our imperfections, and we can always work on being more compassionate, but we also pride ourselves on our ability to say we’re sorry … a lot. Plus, the poutine is always flowing, Beaver Tails aren’t just an appendage and no road trip is
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