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This Adult Habit Has Some Serious Consequences For Kids – Even When They Become Adults

This Adult Habit Has Some Serious Consequences For Kids – Even When They Become Adults

We all have bad habits or vices, but when we become parents, we try to help our children make healthy choices and avoid our mistakes. With so much recent news coverage on the dangers of vaping, medical professionals are concerned that many adults may return to cigarette use. While it’s […]
How Do You Handle This Often-Stressful Situation?  It’s All About Communication

How Do You Handle This Often-Stressful Situation?  It’s All About Communication

The leaves are changing, the temperature’s dropping, and school is in full-swing across the country. By now, you’ve probably met your child’s teacher, been to a program or two, and the house is full of books and half-completed projects. But this time of year also means another important “first” in […]
Critical Life Skills Your Child Should Know Before High School

Critical Life Skills Your Child Should Know Before High School

Parents have the incredible honor and responsibility in teaching their child skills needed to succeed in life. From practical skills such as maintaining a household to cooking and everything in between – parents are the best teachers. However, there is another set of life skills that’s often overlooked and arguably […]
Teach Your Child To Take Care Of Their Belongings And Stop Losing Stuff 

Teach Your Child To Take Care Of Their Belongings And Stop Losing Stuff 

Moms everywhere can relate – your child comes home from school again without his coat or iPad and he “doesn’t know what happened to it.” Or perhaps you’re running out the door and your little one doesn’t know where his other shoe/notebook/backpack is… again. But the good news is – […]
It’s Just A Phase, But It’s No Fun For Parents

It’s Just A Phase, But It’s No Fun For Parents

Having a baby is the start of many “firsts” in our parenting journey. Then come the toddler years, as we watch in amazement as our little ones learn and do so many new things each day. But there is one common phase during the toddler years that may drive us […]
5 Ways To Naturally Boost Your Child’s Immunity

5 Ways To Naturally Boost Your Child’s Immunity

With the changing of seasons there is bound to be a whole slew of germs making their way to your little one.  School has begun, the weather is getting cooler, and the leaves are collecting mold and pollen.  That usually leads to one thing…sick days. But you can get in […]
If You Have an “Angry” Child – Check Their Anxiety 

If You Have an “Angry” Child – Check Their Anxiety 

Some parents are bewildered at how their usually calm child suddenly has bursts of anger or aggression that seems to come out of nowhere. Instead of identifying the root of the problem – some adults are quick to discipline the child for acting out. But what some adults dismiss as […]
Are You Talking To Your Kids About This Topic?  It’s More Important Than You Think

Are You Talking To Your Kids About This Topic?  It’s More Important Than You Think

There are many lessons and behaviors that we learn from our parents. And whether good or bad, we tend to parent our kids in very similar ways to how we were raised as children. Of course, we want to give our children the best start possible, but there’s one topic […]
How Do You React?  It May Make All The Difference To Your Child

How Do You React?  It May Make All The Difference To Your Child

During the toddler years, our little ones are taking in an incredible amount of information. It can be difficult to process everything they see and hear as their emotional development skyrockets during these formative years. They may have the all-too-common tantrums or act out in ways we don’t like, and […]
Homework Doesn’t Have To Be A Battle – Try These Stress-Reducing Tips

Homework Doesn’t Have To Be A Battle – Try These Stress-Reducing Tips

The last few weeks have been full of planning and preparing for parents sending kids back to school. Gathering supplies, making lists, filling out paperwork… and right away, it seems kids start receiving their first homework assignments of the year. It can be difficult to get back into the flow […]