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Nov 15 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Revisiting Your Childhood: Check out These 5 Modern Toys That Will Make You Wish You Were a Kid Once Again

If you’re looking for toys for your children, why not get something you will enjoy as well? Many modern toys are so cool that even adults love them. Perhaps, both you and your little one enjoy experimenting with science and technology. They’ll learn new things and you can have loads of fun with them. The next time you go shopping for toys, games, and puzzles, take a look at these exciting options. They’ll definitely bring out the kid in you. ...

Oct 29 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on How Foosball Can Keep Your Family Entertained Through the Cold, Rainy Days!

Days are officially getting shorter and the nights are drawing in, the weather is getting worse and a bitter cold is upon us, making opportunities to be outside few and far between. When you have kids this is bad news as you’re left with the daily dilemma of what to do to keep them occupied (and, in my case, not bickering with each other all day long!). Cooped up kids with bags of energy can be a nightmare, so I was absolutely THRILLED when my husband invested in a little toy...

Oct 29 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on How to Prepare Your Children for a Foster or Adopted Sibling

If you have decided to add to your family through foster care or adoption, it’s crucial that you fully prepare your children for the new addition. Before your new foster or adopted child walks through your door and comes to stay, it’s important to make sure that your family is fully ready for the change that is about to take place. As you parent your children and begin to prepare them for their foster or adopted sibling, there are a number of things that should be kept in...

Oct 29 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on 3 Ways to Create a Healthy, Kid-Friendly Home

Every parent wants their child to grow up in the healthiest and most academically-friendly home possible. Many parents seek to enrich their child’s environment by buying them countless toys and videos that promise to be “educational,” while merely serving to clutter up the house and drive said parents insane. When it comes right down to it, very little is needed to create a healthy, academically- and kid-friendly home. Included here are a few tips, to help your children...

Oct 29 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on 3 Tips for Potty Training a Stubborn Child

Potty training your child can be one of the best yet most challenging decisions you make as a parent. The days of diapers and wipes are nearly over, but the stresses of teaching your child a new skill can at times be overwhelming. Especially for parents of stubborn children, the prospect of willingly getting this new habit to stick may appear to your impossible. However, by using these three potty training tips, you may find that getting your child to use the bathroom toilet regularly...

Oct 29 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on How to Control Kid Clutter

Kids have a lot of stuff. Some might say that they have too much stuff. They get given toys for Christmas and birthdays and other occasions and the collection just builds and builds until it feels like there is nothing BUT toys. Originally posted 2015-04-25 08:33:59. Republished by Blog Post Promoter...

Oct 29 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Feeling Sexy in Parenthood

Being a new mom isn’t always conducive to feeling sexy and attractive, but it is important for the new family that mom and dad keep that spark alive. Who says sexy and mom can’t be compatible? Motherhood is a huge adjustment It’s not easy. Diaper changing, regular feeds, baby puke over the shoulder, breasts transformed from sexy body parts to milk receptacles… Motherhood is a huge adjustment for all women, no matter how many books one reads or parenting classes one attends...

Oct 29 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Tablets for Toddlers?

There’s little doubt that introducing tablets into secondary classrooms caused controversy amongst parents and teachers alike. What possible good could come out of giving each pupil a licence to play games when they should be working? The reality turned out to be somewhat different and now tablets are being used in some schools from Foundation Stage. So should you allow your young children to use one? Research There are numerous studies on how older pupils may benefit from tablets...

Oct 29 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Just A Phase Or Something More: 3 Signs Of Childhood Mental Health Problems

Children go through all kinds of phases – picky eating, bedwetting, difficulty sleeping – but how do you know when a problem stops being “just a phase” and starts becoming something more worrisome? Mental health issues are far more common in children than most realize, affecting as many as 1 in 5  children or teenagers, and as many as 1 in 10 have significant daily impairment due to these issues. Here are X signs you child is struggling with more than a passing...

Oct 29 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on 3 of the Most Commonly Overlooked Expenses For a Infants & Children

For many young families just starting out, the arrival of an infant brings on a tremendous amount of financial responsibility, not to mention overwhelming periods of lost sleep. Even before the new little bundle of joy arrives, we’ve often already made some important purchases, such as a crib, car seat, swaddling clothes, blankets and other necessities. But often we forget about long-term financial responsibilities for our growing baby who’ll be off to college in what seems...

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