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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: L.J. Davis 
 
 Article Title :: The POWER of Reading
 
Reading to your child at a young age is one of the most effective tools for expanding his mind and instilling a lifelong love of learning. Reading a good book allows your child to travel to places she has never been, to meet people she has never met, and to develop an understanding of how to deal with a variety of physical and emotional situations.Reading to your child also helps you develop an emotional connection. Whether you have her cuddle up in your lap, nestle with him while he is winding down for bed, or read to her while waiting for food in a restaurant, you are connecting. Reading to your child from an early age will also help him be successful in school. Reading out loud   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: L.J. Davis 
 
 Article Title :: The POWER of Your Words
 
Words are truly powerful things. They are something that becomes a part of us, our history, and our legacy. From my own life experiences, I have understood how words, simple words said in passing to a child, can leave an impression and help manifest a future purpose.As a writer, I was born with words and stories of hope. When I was four, my mother let me construct words on a typewriter, always encouraging me to create more. Through the years, she gave me the words of strength, hope, and love that pushed me to become the first person on both sides of my family to graduate from college. When I was in college, my English professor, Dr. Joanne Dempsey, told me one rainy day, "One day,   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Azriel Winnett 
 
 Article Title :: Play the Ball, Not the Man!
 
As parents and teachers, sometimes we want to praise, at other times we need to rebuke. Either way, how do we put our point across with maximum effectiveness? Adults entrusted with the character training of children have few weapons in their armory as powerful as praise. Just how powerful, we all know from our own experience. If we don't use this tool as much as we should, it's probably because we haven't trained ourselves to recognize opportunities to do so. It's a skill that must be learned, like any other. But a weapon that's not controlled is, of course, an instrument of destruction. Praise is not something to be administered haphazardly.   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Steve Brummet 
 
 Article Title :: Who's Your Daddy? How to be a Great Dad in 5 to 7 Minutes
 
I am a dad. I have been now for over 8 years. And I suppose I don’t know just everything there is to know about being a dad, good bad or otherwise.I have learned a couple of things though.My wife, Susan and I had been married for about 6 years before my daughter, my oldest child Andrea was born. I cut the umbilical cord and almost immediately began to wonder how I was going to teach her. How could I lead her. How was I going to be the all knowing FATHER figure, I was sure I was supposed to be.I wondered if I would have the wisdom in me to guide her through life’s biggest decisions.How could I lead her as she chose a career when I still wasn’t sure what I   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Tony Luck 
 
 Article Title :: The Personality of a Virgo Child
 
Your Virgo Baby..August 23 - September 22Virgo children are honest and reliable and usually tidy, although they may have bouts of being disorganised. Quick and alert, your Virgo child can be an excellent mimic, and is likely to be an early talker and, later, an early reader.Virgo children are usually shy amongst strangers and can become upset if teased. Sometimes Virgos are fussy eaters, but they will try very hard to please if they know what is expected of them. Your Virgo child will need lots of encouragement to make friends and develop relationships. They sometimes have little confidence in their own attractiveness to others and opt for solitary pursuits. Pa  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Steve Brunkhorst 
 
 Article Title :: Nights by a Pinocchio Lamp
 
Sitting by her Pinocchio lamp, she smiled at me as her tiny shadow puppet danced on the bedroom wall. "A bunny!" she giggled with all the jubilance of a four-year old. Her blue eyes sparkled with pride as she showed me the animated image she had created."Daddy, will you show me how to make a tiger?" she asked. "Sure," I said, "and then we'll read a story and tell your angels goodnight." To my youngest daughter, that meant her bedtime prayer.Today my daughter is seven, and I no longer get to read the story. She reads it to me, complete with expressive accents for the story characters.To say I'm proud of our relationship would be an understatement. We have shared days o  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Sandra N. Salter 
 
 Article Title :: Help Your Kids Learn More About Managing Their Personal Economy
 
Remember when cash was a tangible commodity in all of our personal economies? As kids, we went to the bank, shopped with our parents and frequently watched them pay with cash. Now with cash on the endangered species list, today’s kids see their personal economic situation much differently. As we enjoy the convenience of charge cards, stored value cards, debit cards and ATM cards, the challenge of teaching kids about an invisible commodity like money is magnified. If you’re searching for ways to teach your kids more about what makes up their personal economy, including the importance of saving and how to set and reach their financial goals, here are some practical tips.Give kids  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Barbara Snyder 
 
 Article Title :: Homework Doesn’t Have to Be a Battle of Wills
 
Homework. It doesn’t have to be a daily battle of wills between child and parent. There are several strategies and elements that a parent can use to maximize an opportunity to support a child’s education and to massage the parent/child bond. For the parent, it is a way to understand what is going on at school and an opportunity for communication. Simply put, a parent has the ability to guide a child to positive feelings about education and to the rewards of good efforts.Teachers need to have parents on their side, not for the teacher’s benefit, but for the child’s. When a parent gets involved and stays involved on a routine basis, this catapults the child to another level.   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Marsha Maung 
 
 Article Title :: Difference
 
There are times when my ideas of raising a child is different from the elderly and others. To begin with, my baby is not an easy one. Because we're all different and have contrasting ideas about raising their own children, we should expect contradiction...especially if we have to depend on others to help take care of our children while we're away at work.Sometimes, others may refer to your child as a BAD BABY just because your child is not as 'well behaved' as others. But through the years of parenting, I have begun to question the following, who's a good baby and who's a bad one ? Is there ever a bad baby? Are babies capable of being bad? What is bad?Being a work at home mo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Marsha Maung 
 
 Article Title :: Just Average
 
What do you mean average? Not good? Just doing good enough?That’s what came out in Joshua’s report card recently. Looking back, I wasn’t too bright a child either. Sure, I did well enough in the BIG exams but my toes curl in fright when I think about MY OWN report cards when I was younger. Let’s just say there were more reds than blues (or blacks) in there and my favorite letter begins the word “Favorite”.My parents did not see much of my report cards, during those days because I would hide them in my closet. I would go back to school telling my teacher that I lost my report card. My teacher would issue me a new report card the next semester. The cycle repeats it  (read full article)
 
 
 
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