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What to do when your child Starts Swearing

by on Tuesday, July 05, 2016 9:30:00 AM

If your kids are under two, you probably haven’t heard your sweet little darling utter expletives…yet. Even if you don’t swear in your home, your child is likely to hear swear words from other adults, TV, at school, or at the store. Swear words are especially appealing to little kids because they are usually uttered with strong emphasis. If your little one has already started swearing, or you want to know what to do when your child starts swearing, read on to learn how to nip this bad habit in...

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Having the Best 4th of July with your Kids

by on Friday, July 01, 2016 7:42:00 AM

*This article is a re-print, previously shared on 6/22/16July 04, 2016 will be the United States of America’s 240th birthday! We all know the best way to celebrate a birthday is with a party, and there are many ways to celebrate on Independence Day. Kids love the 4th of July because they get to watch fireworks, go to parades, dress up in fun colors, and go to barbecues. Make sure your family has the best Independence Day ever with these great tips on activities, crafts, foods, and more....

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Creative ways to Display Children’s Art

by on Wednesday, June 29, 2016 12:27:00 PM

Drawing, coloring, and painting is something at which most kids are experts. Kids are prodigious producers of art and you are probably flooded with beautiful, colorful, creative pieces. What to do with all these masterpieces is a dilemma most parents face. Throwing them away is heartrending, but keeping them all is a major undertaking. Even after throwing away most of the art your child has created, you will likely still have a lot of it. As you wade into curating your child’s art collection,...


Common Summer Ailments, treatments, and when to go to the Doctor

by on Monday, June 27, 2016 4:20:00 PM

Kids love to spend the summer outside, poking around the backyard, cooking out at camp, and playing in the water. Accidents are bound to happen during these forays into the great outdoors. Most of these ailments are mild and respond to home treatments, sometimes they are more serious and need to be seen by a doctor. Learn about how to treat minor cuts, sunburns, and other common ailments, and when they are so serious they need to be seen by a doctor. Remember, no matter what you read here, you...


Actually Fun Baby Shower Games

by on Friday, June 24, 2016 1:16:00 PM

Most adults have been to what seems like a thousand baby showers. They are cute, and it is nice to catch up with friends, but they can also be really boring. If you are throwing a baby shower, you want to make sure it’s fun for the mama and all of the guests. You know to have good food, good drinks, and good decorations. One of the toughest parts is playing baby shower games that are actually fun. A quick search online will show you hundreds of games that are awkward, gross, and even...


How to drop your kid off with Fewer Tears

by on Monday, June 20, 2016 8:55:00 AM

We all know the feeling of wrenching your crying child’s hands off of your arm, turning away from their tearful face, and leaving. It is a horrible feeling and leaves parents feeling gutted and drained. It is bound to happen once in a while, but when you are facing tears every day at daycare drop off, it’s time to make a change. According to the Family Project, there are many possible reasons for your child’s tears at drop off. Your child may crying because she doesn’t like something at...


Tips on how to give your kids allowance

by on Friday, June 17, 2016 8:24:00 AM

There are thousands if ideas, blogs, articles, and people giving advice on how to give kids allowance. There are also tons of questions. When to start, how much, should it be tied to chores, etc.? We have done the tough searches for you, talked to parents, and read the articles. This blog has collected the best of that information so you can feel confident that you are doing allowance right. When do you start? Giving children allowance is important because it teaches them about money....


Flag Day History and Activities for Kids

by on Tuesday, June 14, 2016 1:25:00 PM

National Flag Day falls on June 14th every year and is a day to honor the American Flag. Although it is not a national holiday, it is celebrated by many cities and towns with parades and ceremonies that honor the American Flag. Flag Day is a fun holiday for kids with many activities and a fascinating history. Learn more about lessons, crafts, and activities that children of all ages can participate in to learn more about Flag Day and some of the history related to the American Flag. History and...


Help your kids make Father’s Day Special

by on Monday, June 13, 2016 1:21:00 PM

Father’s Day is a special day to celebrate Dads, Grandfathers, uncles, step-dads, or any special friends and how great they are. Kids may want to do something special for the special guy(s) in their lives, but may be too young to do something without some guidance and inspiration. Take a look at this guide for ideas and advice for an unforgettable Father’s Day. Make a Homemade Card Making a card is something every kid that can hold a crayon can do! For really little ones you can write a nice...


Enjoying the Beach with your Kids

by on Friday, June 10, 2016 11:15:00 AM

We recently touched on how to enjoy summer vacation with your kids. As you know, whenever you go anywhere with your kids you have to bring ten times as much stuff with you, at least. The beach is a lot of fun, but it can also be pretty miserable if you aren't well prepared. The water can be dangerous for kids, the sand gets everywhere, it’s hard to take a break from the beach. Follow our tips for enjoying the beach and you can have more fun than ever with your kids in the sand. Before you go...


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