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  • What to recognize about Newborns  By : Narisa R.
    Once you’ve a newborn baby, you’ve likely thought of the things that you’re going to need. It’s however important that you recognize some things that you’re going to need for your newborn while they arrive. These are points that can help you be calm and cool while you come home with your newborn. While you’re prepared you’ll be able to have a easier and better first few months.
  • Choosing Your Baby's Bedding  By : Mike Weidmann
    Decorating your baby’s nursery is one of the most fun and exciting things you’ll do. With the wide array of baby nursery bedding available today, you’ll feel like a kid in a candy store.
  • Corporal Punishment: Archaic, Barbaric And Ineffective  By : Shen-Li Lee
    Why we need to stamp out corporal punishment. Not only is it an archaic and barbaric method of discipline, it is also harmful to our children and an ineffective method of correcting bad behaviour in children. This article examines why.
  • Breastfeeding Benefits And Tips For Successful Breastfeeding  By : Shen-Li Lee
    Despite the obvious benefits of breastfeeding, there are still common misconceptions surrounding this practice. This article aims to correct those misconceptions and provide a rough guideline for successfully commencing this beneficial relationship between mother and baby.
  • Can Children Be Spoilt With Too Much Love?  By : Shen-Li Lee
    There is a common fallacy that children are easily spoilt with too much love. Likewise, babies who are carried too often or whose cries are too quickly tended to. This article debunk these fallacies.
  • Tips For Getting Started With Breastfeeding  By : Shen-Li Lee
    We know that breast milk is an excellent source of nutrition for babies. Here are some tips for a first time mother on how to get off to a good start from day one.
  • Tactics For Tackling A Toddler's Temper Tantrum  By : Shen-Li Lee
    Temper tantrums are a normal part of a toddler's development, however, dealing with them isn't necessarily easy. Here are some tactics you can use to manage a toddler's tantrums.
  • How Breastfeeding Benefits Mothers  By : Shen-Li Lee
    While many mothers are aware of the benefits of breastfeeding for their babies, many seem to be unaware of the benefits that breastfeeding provides them. This article serves to highlight those benefits.
  • Valuable Parenting Advice for Temper Tanrums Children Often Throw  By : Phil Boren
    These parenting tips give excellent suggestions for you when your child decides to throw a temper tanrum. As all parents know parenting is hard. There are numerous things you have to deal with everyday. Handling temper tanrums, getting them to act well-mannered when going out, getting them to eat the right things, and even getting them to go to bed on time. Parents we all could do with all the help we can get.
  • Managing Sore Nipples From Breastfeeding  By : Shen-Li Lee
    There are many reasons why your nipples could be sore from breastfeeding, however, before treating the pain, it is important to uncover the underlying reasons for the cause first and treat the root of the problem.
  • Surviving A Car Ride With A Young Child In The Car Seat  By : Shen-Li Lee
    Any parent will tell you that traveling with a young child in a car seat can be a real nightmare. Here are some practical tips for surviving the journey.
  • Potty Train Your Baby And Save Money On Diapers!  By : Shen-Li Lee
    Did you know that babies have a natural elimination instinct? You don't have to wait until your baby becomes a toddler before potty training. You can start immediately from birth. Here's how.
  • How To Deal With Night Terrors In Children  By : Shen-Li Lee
    Night terrors are a night time condition that differs from simply having a bad dream. This article examines what parents should do when their child has a night terror.
  • Preparing Your Child For The First Dental Visit  By : Shen-Li Lee
    If you want to ensure your child has a positive long-term relationship with the dentist, it is important to make sure the first visit goes well. Remember, "first impressions last". Here are some things you can do to help your child prepare for that first visit.
  • Tips For Getting Your Toddler To Brush  By : Shen-Li Lee
    Getting a toddler to brush his or her teeth can sometimes be a challenge. Here are some trips on how to make the process easier for everyone involved.
  • The Parenting Instict - Does It Exist?  By : Shen-Li Lee
    There is a lot of reference often made to following one's parenting instincts, but do these instincts really exist or do we simply learn to be good parents through experience?
  • Etiquette Classes for children  By : michael adaams
    Etiquette training seems to have become hugely popular criteria finding a place in the global market. A lot of people linked with this category have managed to earn huge incomes. Situations have taken such a toll as more and more people are talking about notions of enhanced behavior and etiquette especially in regards to children.
  • There are differences when it comes to age brackets of children for modeling.  By : nick carterr
    There are a lot of gifted children who show potentials in certain fields even at a young age. As parents you use what you actually see to hone that particular skill. Your child may be fond of singing or he even models young. While he does so, your thought goes to the fact of enrolling him in a modeling agency. Well, the truth is that modeling agencies offer more than just modeling courses. Acting workshops are given as well. For you to understand where your kid belongs to in the world of c
  • Tips For Taking Care Of Baby Teeth  By : Shen-Li Lee
    There is a common misconception that the first set of teeth in the mouth are unimportant and the need to take care of them is not as high as it is to take care of the second set of teeth. However, baby teeth do serve many functions and must be taken care of properly until the adult teeth are ready to erupt. Here are some tips for taking care of baby teeth.
  • Child-Weight Guidelines  By : Shen-Li Lee
    Childhood obesity is on the rise and becoming a concern. It is important for parents to have some sort of guideline to monitor their childrens' weight so they can identify potential weight problems. Here are two sets of guidelines offered by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  • Using Sign Language And Music To Communicate With Your Newborn  By : Seo Consulting
    Why should hearing children learn sign language? How can Deaf children participate in and enjoy music? What is music mediated sign language instruction?
  • Looking for a Perfect Baby Car Seat  By : Travis Olague
    With a great number of different baby car seats on the market, it’s no wonder many parents are puzzled find this overwhelming. But they have to know that even the cheapest baby car seat passes the same crash tests and will always protect the baby against crashes.
  • Make Your House Safe for Your Baby  By : Travis Olague
    Being a parent means that you will always worry about your children that is your paramount duty is to provide them a safe childhood. Following the given tips in from the article you will be able to do it.
  • Bullying Prevention Skills and Techniques for Children  By : Mark Lakewood, CEO
    The answer to the issue of child bullying rests within us, especially the victims of bullying. Victims of bullying are never responsible for being bullied. On the contrary, victims of child bullying have the power in themselves to think, behave, and react in ways that limit or eradicates bullying.
  • Parents play the most central, yet vulnerable roles in children’s music education  By : Tatiana Bandurina
    The three basic parties who take part in children’s music education are the child, the teacher (or teachers) and the parents.
    To best understand how the young musician will regard music lessons, we must ask: “How should parents plan for the musical education of their children and what they know about it?”
  • A Child Safety Gate  By : Travis Olague
    Little children are so energetic, inquisitive and curious; they want to see everything, to investigate the surrounding. It is wonderful but still can be very dangerous. Nowadays our market is full of lots of accessory which can provide you the needed assistance to keep your child always safe.
  • Baby Safety and Hazards  By : Travis Olague
    Medicine, poisonous household cleaners, shopping and garbage bags, drapes and blind cords, small parts and even water can become a real hazard for your child.
  • Single Moms On Facebook And MySpace Warned About Pre-Schooler Pix Online  By : Crystal Juaquez
    Single mothers who put photos of their pre-school kids on their social networking homepages are creating a happy hunting ground for pedophiles.
  • Cash in on Neighbors...  By : ramrocks
    What could be more welcoming than the spicy smell of hot apple pie to receive you into a brand new neighborhood full of people you’ve never met? Hopefully you life has been full of warm, hospitable neighbors wherever you’ve lived. Perhaps not...
  • Anger Management For Children - Is It Really Child's Play?  By : writeragain
    How does your child play with others? Are they aggressive or bossy? Do they intimidate classmates or playmates consistently? Maybe you should enroll your child into an anger management program for children. Their behavior could grow into a dominant person that would make you seem as a loose parent.

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