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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Lee-Anne Robert 
 Article Title :: Fighting the Pregnancy Blahs
Fighting the Pregnancy Blahs by: Lee-Anne Robert Every pregnant woman has experienced the pregnancy blahs. I can remember feeling so big and unattractive throughout my two pregnancies, and secretly wishing for the pregnancy to be over so that I could have my body back and fit into my normal clothes. It’s sad to say, really, because pregnancy is such a beautiful experience and the fact that you created this little human being that is developing in your body should make you feel wonderful through every step of the way. Oh, but those pregnancy blahs kick in! Your stomach is growing, you cannot fit into your normal clothes, you can’t see your feet, you waddle when you walk, your feet   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Cyndi Roberts 
 Article Title :: Family Night on a Budget!
Family Night on a Budget! by: Cyndi Roberts When you and your family are on a tight budget, sometimes one of the first things to be cut out is money for entertainment. When our 3 children were small, my husband and I always tried to find fun things to do as a family that didn't make a huge dent in our budget. One thing we recommend is setting aside one night a week for "Family Fun Night". Turn off the TV and the phone and do something together. It doesn't have to be an expensive outing, but do plan ahead and let the children have some input into your plan. Here are some ideas for 'family fun on a budget'. 1. Take a walk through your neighborhood. Say hello to everyone you meet,  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Myranda Morgan 
 Article Title :: 6 Tried & True Fun Ways to Educate and Entertain Y
6 Tried & True Fun Ways to Educate and Entertain Your Preschooler by: Myranda Morgan 1. New Word of the Day Introduce your preschooler to a new word each morning at breakfast and define it for him. Keep it simple by using synonyms for words he already knows. Example: vehicle can be another word for car, truck, van, etc. Make a game of using the word as many times as possible each day. This is a fun way to build your child's vocabulary. 2. Create a Reading Hide-Away A large cardboard box can become anything your child wants it to be. Spend a fun-filled afternoon fashioning a reading hide-away with your child. A miniature house, a castle, or a cave are just a few possibilities. It nee  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Melissa Brantly Severson 
 Article Title :: Tips for Keeping Packed Lunches Fun and Interestin
Tips for Keeping Packed Lunches Fun and Interesting by: Melissa Brantly Severson • 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   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Skye Thomas 
 Article Title :: Friends Are A Gift You Give Yourself
Friends Are A Gift You Give Yourself by: Skye Thomas My oldest boy is fifteen and was a real jerk about a month ago. He had gotten pretty full of himself and acted like he was too cool for the rest of the family. Pretty typical teenager behavior, but I didn't like it. I had gotten to the end of my patience with him and laid into him about how lousy it felt to be treated that way. We ended up in a huge fight. He argued that he wasn't acting any different than normal and that I was just choosing to see things negatively. So, I laid out numerous examples of his selfish "me me me" behaviors without stopping to take a second breath. He hates it when I go off like that, but once he wa  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: David Leonhardt 
 Article Title :: Dressing A Toddler, Whomever She Is Today
Dressing A Toddler, Whomever She Is Today by: David Leonhardt Some things we take for granted. Like getting dressed. Unless we are paraplegic, an absolute klutz or have just smoked far too much cabbage, getting dressed is a cinch. Sure, if you happen to be the winner of the 2004 Imelda Marcos Shoe Collection Trophy, you might have trouble choosing just the right shoe for the occasion. But actually slipping your foot into your selection should be a cinch. The only time getting dressed should pose a problem is on April Fools Day. Underwear is pretty hard to put on when it is drenched in water. Harder still when it comes straight out of the freezer. And even harder when wrapped ar  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Barbara Freedman-DeVito 
 Article Title :: If You'd Like to Know Why Reading Matters
If You'd Like to Know Why Reading Matters by: Barbara Freedman-DeVito HERE ARE SOME OF THE REASONS WHY READING IS SO IMPORTANT FOR CHILDREN. WHY DO WE TELL CHILDREN TO READ ? 2004 We're always telling children that books and reading are good for them, but have we ever really thought about why that's true ? Exactly what do older children get out of reading novels ? What do younger kids get from being read to ? Does reading matter ? The purpose of this article is to say that, yes, it's true, reading really is important, and that there are some solid reasons why that is so. Let's begin with the practical benefits and then move on to the less tangible rewards of a life filled wit  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Anthony Kane, MD 
 Article Title :: The Seven Keys to Child Obedience
The Seven Keys to Child Obedience by: Anthony Kane, MD Learning obedience is an important part of child development. This is the tool that allows you as parents to train your child. Through obedience your child will learn self-control and develop other positive character traits that he will need as an adult. However, obedience cannot be forced upon the child. Parents who simply command their children will foster resentment, which will eventually lead to rebellion. In fact, some researchers feel that poor parenting techniques contribute to the development of oppositional defiant disorderin some children. Although you can punish a child for not obeying, this will not foster any long  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kayla Fay 
 Article Title :: Spelling Success for Back to School
Spelling Success for Back to School by: Kayla Fay Back to school. Whether you approach this time of year with anticipation or dread, it’s about to happen. Your child will have new teachers and classes, different rules and expectations. Children and parents can easily be overwhelmed with excitement and anxiety. Below are six ways to send your child back to school with success. S - Supplies – Most schools provide a list of essentials for each child to bring on the first day of class. Make sure your child has exactly what is requested, and save enough cash for those supply needs that crop up the first week of class. Stock up on all types of paper, writing utensils, art supplies, note  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Lindsay Small 
 Article Title :: Fizzy Sherbet – A Sweet Science Lesson For Your K
Fizzy Sherbet – A Sweet Science Lesson For Your Kids by: Lindsay Small Fizzy sherbet in a paper bag with a strawberry lollipop was probably my favorite treat as a child, but I never knew what was in the sherbet and why it sparkled and tingled on my tongue! Try making some with your kids and enjoy a mini science lesson in the process. The basis of the sherbet is icing sugar (confectioners’ sugar). 50g will make enough for about 6 children. For that amount you will also need a scant teaspoon each of bicarbonate of soda and citric acid. You can buy the latter, in the form of a white powder, very cheaply in small quantities from your chemist or pharmacy. Children will also enjoy havi  (read full article)
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