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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kimberly Hargis 
 
 Article Title :: Children's Birthday Party Planning: When and When Not to Have a Big Party
 
Age 1: Invite only family members and close friends only because this birthday is more for the parents than for the child. At age 1, a child doesn’t understand the concept of “Birthday Party.” He or she is getting a lot of attention---which is all a 1-year-old wants or understands anyway. You should not go overboard on presents because too much could scare or confuse a child. You should consider getting specialty items such as a plate that says “First Birthday,” a 1-year-old candle, and possible a table cover that everyone could sign with fabric paint to have as keepsakes that can someday be shown (or given to) to your grown child.Age 2: 2-years-olds should have one or tw  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Dr. Tom Olson 
 
 Article Title :: The Ten Things That Successful Parents Do
 
1. They are leaders as well as parents. They don’t rely on the schools, the government, television, the movies or music to teach their children values and the difference between right and wrong. They do it themselves.2. They have a vision for their family and its future, one that is discussed and shared often. And they support the vision with clearly articulated, clarified and communicated values and beliefs. Every action, behaviour, and decision is taken with those values and beliefs firmly in mind. They constantly emphasize the relationship between family successes and acting in accordance with the values and beliefs. They make a clear distinction between right and wrong. Every  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Marc Prensky 
 
 Article Title :: How Kids Learn To Cooperate In Video Games -- A Guide for Parents and Teachers
 
A great many parents are concerned that the electronic games their kids play are teaching the kids “negative” messages such as aggression, violence, and isolation from real people. I want to illustrate here how computer and video game playing, can have positive effects on kids. This includes even the “addictive” game playing associated with many of these games. The learning from these games is well worth the effort the kids put in playing them, and kids typically sense this at some level, which is one reason they fight so hard for their games.One key lesson many of their games is teaching them is the value of people working together and helping each other. To illustrate  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Michelle Jones 
 
 Article Title :: Saving Money on Preschool: Readiness Skills Needed for Kindergarten
 
As a mom of 4 who's youngest child is about to start Kindergarten this Fall, I'd like to share with you some things I've learned about Preschool over the last ten years, along with a list of readiness skills every child can be learning at home - whether attending Preschool or not.Preschools, especially those taught in a church environment, are a wonderful resource that help prepare children for regular school. Not to mention they also provide social interaction with children of the same age, and for a few hours each week, a much-needed break for Mom. Overall, we highly recommend them!There's just one catch - Preschool is expensive!Though I truly enjoyed successfu  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jeffrey D. Murrah 
 
 Article Title :: Children are People, Not Machines
 
When growing up, my father frequently reminded me to "pay attention to the details." That saying became very real to me in the area of parenting. While raising children, the details make great differences in development.Being that children are people and not machines, the kind of detailing needed is different. Focusing on the externals of name brand clothing, perfect hair and having the most extensive collection of expensive toys are not the kind of attention needed. Such efforts will result in the child feeling rejected and learning to substitute material objects and appearances for love.Children need the attention of their parents. The areas of their lives and abil  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jeffrey D. Murrah 
 
 Article Title :: Breaking the Cycle of Emotional Blackmail
 
Family decision-making is an intriguing phenomenon. Many factors become part of the decision-making process. Emotions play an important part in this activity.Parents and children each use emotions to steer decisions favorable way to themselves. Using emotions to influence decisions develops naturally.The use of emotions becomes harmful when they are used as threats to control or intimidate others. Emotionally charged threats and intimidation leaves their victims feeling helpless. Victims of emotional blackmail often give in, believing they have no other options.Emotional blackmail occurs across ages. Parents use it on children, children use it on parents and eve  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jeffrey D. Murrah 
 
 Article Title :: Mutants or Clones?
 
In a single dose of children's television, I was bombarded with themes of mutants, cyborgs, evolving and the digital world. These words intimidated me at first, until I learned what the shows were talking about. I wondered how this prepares children for living in the 21st century. The answer hit me when I came across the saying, "Don't Clone...Mutate."For those not familiar with the new language, a few definitions are in order. A clone is an exact replica of the original source. Clones are trained to mindlessly conform. Success and failure are based on how well the clone conforms rather than on the clone's accomplishments and abilities. A mutant is someone or something that has cha  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jennifer Gove 
 
 Article Title :: His Toy, Her Toy
 
I remember when my daughter was born. Visions of her and I dressed in pinks and purples sitting in her lacy pink room playing dolls danced threw my head. A year later my son was born ;My husbands vision of sports and trucks revved around like mad men threw his manly mind.Those dreams were simply that dreams. Little did I know there are lessons for parents to learn about children’s toys and who are children will be.My daughter plays with dolls. She plays with clay and gets her hands dirty. She plays in the dirt, climbs trees and races her trucks around .,he plays kick ball , base ball and can run as fast as any boy.My son plays with trucks and builds with blocks, he   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Douglas G. Burkland 
 
 Article Title :: Remember The "Generation Gap"?
 
The techniques of managing relationships between parents and their children is as old as.. well, parents having children. It's not an easy job, either for the parent or the child. But, the key to any relationship inside or outside the family is the ability to relate; to have an empathy that allows us a slightly special way in which we can communicate with one another in order to understand, and to be understood. We make friends because of the similarities we may have in certain areas and we sometimes can build lifelong relationships on that basis. But, having children means we do not have a choice to make that relationship as we might have in meeting a perfect stranger. It's a relationshi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Melissa Brantly Severson 
 
 Article Title :: Tips for Keeping Packed Lunches Fun and Interesting
 
• Let the child choose his or her own lunch box or reusable lunch bag. Encourage the child to add decorations, too.• Children like finger foods. Cut chicken, cheese, or meat into bite-sized pieces for easier handling.• Sandwiches don’t have to be boring. Use a variety of breads and fillings. Cut sandwiches into squares or triangles, or use cookie cutters to cut out fancy shapes.• Insulated containers make it possible to keep foods hot or cold until lunchtime. Soup, casseroles, and salads are interesting alternatives to sandwiches.• Muffins, biscuits, rolls and bread sticks are all good substitutes for slices of bread.• Pack fruits and   (read full article)
 
 
 
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