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Successful Parenting Tips Just For You

Successful Parenting Tips Just For You

June 25, 2013

Author: camille ocon Parenting is a difficult job, even under the best of circumstances. Knowing the best way to handle it can be easier if you have some tips to help you on your way. This article has some practical advice to make many of your daily parenting challenges a little easier. A tip that […]

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Why First Borns Fuss, Seconds are Resilient and Last Borns Like to Laugh

Why First Borns Fuss, Seconds are Resilient and Last Borns Like to Laugh

June 13, 2013

Author: Michael Grose How can two or three children in the same family be so different? They are brought up in the same broad social environment, under a similar set of rules and an identical family value system. They also come from the same genetic pool yet they can be so different in personality, interests […]

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Educational Toys In A Child’s Development

Educational Toys In A Child’s Development

June 4, 2013

Author: Alyssa Hendricks Toys may be used for a number of educational purposes. Some toys have incidental educational value. Others are  specifically known as “educational toys.” Educational toys are typically built for and used by children. One could say that an educational toy is actually any toy. The difference lies in the child’s perception or […]

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Hiring a Babysitter: 10 Things You Should Have on Your Checklist

Hiring a Babysitter: 10 Things You Should Have on Your Checklist

May 23, 2013

Hiring a Babysitter: 10 Things You Should Have on Your Checklist     By Gena Schneider As owner of a babysitter referral service, I find safe, reliable sitters for every family’s need. I am often asked many questions about how I do what I do. Many families welcome the opportunity to let someone else do […]

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Talk Time for Tots: Interactive Method for Toddler Speech Development

Talk Time for Tots: Interactive Method for Toddler Speech Development

May 7, 2013

Author: Jack Authors Speech and language are the skills we use to communicate with others. Children’s speech and language development is influenced by many factors. Physical development, auditory health, and habits are all involved in a child’s ability to speak, listen, and take direction well. It is well known fact that children learn by imitating […]

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