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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Ed Williams 
 Article Title :: Balancing Your Goodness Account
Balancing Your Goodness Account by: Ed Williams Have y’all ever noticed that there are lots of things in life that you get now and use later? Stuff like money, food, water, light bulbs, lottery tickets, aspirin, razors, and breath mints? Stuff that you know you’ll need somewhere down the road, and stuff that you’ll always need to keep a good supply of? People have done this throughout the ages, and it just makes good, common sense. Even a Perry Como fan could reason it out. Y’all might find it interesting to learn that physical items aren’t the only thing you can apply this “get now, use later” concept to. I learned as a young fellow growing up in Juliette that it can al  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Ed Williams 
 Article Title :: The Best Blue Christmas
The Best Blue Christmas by: Ed Williams It’s hard to believe that Christmas is just a few days away, isn’t it? Santa will soon be making his yearly run around the globe, delighting both children and adults alike. Christmas is the most magical holiday of them all, and it holds very deep and special meanings for all of us who celebrate it. It certainly did for my family back when I was growing up in Juliette. Ever notice how a certain Christmas will just stick in your mind? The one when I was an eight year old boy certainly did. I can remember being so impatient for it to arrive, each day was like the equivalent of ten, and I was starting to wonder if Santa would ever get a chance   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Alli Ross 
 Article Title :: Baby Safety Checklist - Protecting Your Baby
Baby Safety Checklist - Protecting Your Baby by: Alli Ross When bringing home your new baby, there are so many things to do in order to get ready. Making your home a safe haven for your new little one is one of the most important things you will do to get ready. Each room contains its own set of dangers. Below is a baby safety checklist to ensure that every room in your house is baby friendly. General Safety Tips: Place child-resistant covers on all electrical outlets. Install safety gates at the top and bottom of the stairs. Don't use baby walkers because they have been known to have caused serious injuries to babies. Use stationary exercisers instead. Keep all danger  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Ishi Bansal 
 Article Title :: Developing Your Baby's Brain
Developing Your Baby's Brain by: Ishi Bansal Have you ever wondered why toys for babies tend to have so many bells, whistles and lights? Or why they have so many different textures, and materials and colors? It's almost as if we want to provide young babies with a whole world of stimulation and we can't quite get it to them fast enough. Play gyms or activity gyms as they are sometimes called tend to be a firm favorite with babies from newborn up to about 12 months. These play gyms and activity nests mostly come in the form of comfortable, quilted or softly padded playmats, sometimes raised at the edges with a space in the middle for baby (like a ring doughnut). And these play gyms  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Melih Oztalay 
 Article Title :: Teen Driver Statistics
Teen Driver Statistics by: Melih Oztalay As a parent, if you search for any information about Teen Driving Statistics you will find statistics similar to those below. I have reviewed various websites to summarize the information from these sources, however, please feel free to search the web for “teen driving statistics” for more websites and information on this subject. The information allows us to ponder if teen driving needs to be revisited on a national level. How are teen drivers being educated by driving schools? Do we need to increase the amount of time for driver training? How about requiring higher levels of car driving education (not just traffic education, but how d  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Brian Gardner 
 Article Title :: Pregnancy Symptoms, Signs and Symptoms of Being Pr
Pregnancy Symptoms, Signs and Symptoms of Being Pregnant by: Brian Gardner EARLY PREGNANCY SYMPTOMS Although a lot of women experience pregnancy symptoms, and find signs of being pregnant, other's don't "feel" pregnant. Certain signs and symptoms of being pregnant can be confused with other illnesses. The following list are some telltale symptoms of pregnancy. Morning sickness is one of the most common signs of being pregnant, but you also might be one of the lucky ones who never experience this pregnancy symptom. Missing a period is another sign and symptom of being pregnant. We'll go into greater detail below, and you can read below. MISSING A PERIOD One of the most common si  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Lorraine Curry 
 Article Title :: Easy Journaling Tips
Easy Journaling Tips by: Lorraine Curry Journaling is a stress free learning technique. My children who journaled seemed to have much more pleasure in—and success at—writing. (I have included samples of our children’s writing in Easy Homeschooling Companion. http://www.easyhomeschooling.com/homeschooling.html Children want to be just like their parents and your writing will inspire their writing, so let your young child see you journaling, even before that child writes. Rather than being a chore, you will find journaling to be multifaceted and rewarding. Always date your writing. You may want to publish your journal someday! Write daily. Make it a habit. Fiction becomes   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Lorraine Curry 
 Article Title :: 5 Steps to Organized Writing
5 Steps to Organized Writing by: Lorraine Curry After your children are writing sentences, teach them about paragraphs. Paragraphs are the key to organized writing. Each paragraph should contain one main idea or thought, and a topic sentence that sums up that thought in a nutshell. The paragraph should also contain supporting sentences that explain or supplement the leading idea in the topic sentence. Here is how you could do this with your children: Tell your students to write a rough draft composition (about one or two pages long). Emphasize that their work will be rewritten after they learn a new writing technique. This composition can be about a book read, an experience, a tri  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Valerie Garner 
 Article Title :: Creative Potty Training
Creative Potty Training by: Valerie Garner When I was potty training my two young boys, I discovered this method of potty training that made it an enjoyable, yet very effective way to potty train toddlers. First, make sure your child is ready for potty training, shows interest, wants "big kids pants" etc. If they show no signs of readiness, it may be best to let them mature a bit more. Make this a game, make it fun and you will not run into stubborn opposition (after all it is the child's body). Go out and buy or find around the house items you don't normally let your child play with. Some examples might be toys that can be used in water (3 or 4 things), like little plastic pitch  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Mike Lim 
 Article Title :: The Joy of Learning
The Joy of Learning by: Mike Lim “ Part of what motivates me to write this book is a concern that we’ve lost touch in education with the sheer joy of what it means to learn something new.” Thomas Armstrong, Author, Awakening Genius in the Classroom I think I was around 6 years old, when my mum decided to put me into Piano class. I am quite sure it was an afterthought because it was my younger sister who was first put into the class. Till today, I could still remember, following my mum and sister to her classes at Yamaha. Why was I asked to learn the piano with my sister? I guess it was my demonstration of my musical ability on the piano (which was bought for my sister to pract  (read full article)
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