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Apr 26 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on 5 Ways To Keep Your Family Physically Fit

A big part of being a good parent is having the physical fitness of your entire family in mind. This means that you should at least be aware of the general state of activity that everyone is in, and the basics of their daily nutritional intake. Originally posted 2015-11-10 10:45:33. Republished by Blog Post Promoter...

Apr 26 2019
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. Originally posted 2018-11-15...

Apr 26 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on 7 Smart Ways to Slash your Moving Costs

Find out how you can cut the cost of moving by following these 7 helpful tips. Image by Phil Scoville via Flickr Moving house can sometimes be a stressful process. Along with the inconvenience, time, and effort involved in sorting, organising, and packing up everything you own, moving can also be expensive. The following 7 suggestions present some clever strategies that will help you slash your moving costs. Originally posted 2015-08-27 14:25:27. Republished by Blog Post Promoter...

Apr 26 2019
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...

Apr 26 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on 3 Long-Term Care Options for Aging Parents

While no one likes to think about their parent’s age, it is an unfortunate fact of life that they are not getting any younger and will require more intensive care. Some parents can be belligerent and stubborn about staying out on the farm while others find themselves unable to maintain even a small apartment. Understanding your parent’s needs is the first step to finding a place for mom and dad. Originally posted 2016-01-25 14:20:13. Republished by Blog Post Promoter...

Apr 26 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on Parenting Secrets Revealed: 7 Ways to Show Your Kids How Much You Love Them

Loving your kids unconditionally is one of the best feelings in the world. But without a proper way of demonstrating it to them, the feeling won’t translate well. In order words, you need to communicate it to them in a way they’re capable of understanding, and sometimes, this does not involve the standard means of communication (aka. verbal language). So what are 7 great ways express how much you love your kids? Let’s find out! Originally posted 2018-07-24 13:56:56. Republished...

Apr 26 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on Bridging The Technology Gap With Kids & Their Grandparents

When I think about how vastly different things were when my grandparents were children as opposed to today’s kids, it’s mind boggling. For example, grams and gramps didn’t even have a television let alone a computer, smartphone or other handheld electronic device. Nowadays, it’s more common to see a child with a cell phone rather than a toy or a book. Originally posted 2015-09-28 15:50:23. Republished by Blog Post Promoter...

Apr 26 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on Cat or Dog: Choosing The Right Pet For Your Family

Thinking about a furry addition to your family? As we all know, getting a pet is a long-term commitment. You have a moral obligation to conduct in-depth research into the qualities and requirements of your prospective pet to ensure you are capable of caring for them. There is always the risk that your pet develops a health problem and so you must be financially able to pay for vet bills. If you plan to adopt an animal from a shelter, you should also be prepared for the fact that...

Apr 26 2019
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...

Apr 26 2019
by Ella |
Comments Off on Turning The Work/Kids Juggling Act Into a Healthy Balance

Living in the UK has its upsides and unfortunately, has its downsides. With young kids tugging at the apron strings, a long list of household chores and a 40-hour work week, being a working mom is no easy feat. But it sure is possible. With the right list of priorities and the help of a reputable au pair agency in London, the juggling act can be easier. Here’s how. Embracing your decision Women can be torn between staying at home with their young children and heading off to...

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