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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Michele Acosta 
 
 Article Title :: No, No, No -- What Else is a Parent to Say?
 
The word no is probably the most overused word in the English language. I speak from experience since I myself use it frequently.I might begin a normal day by saying, "No, Joshua, you may not have a hotdog for breakfast," or "No, Alex, please don't throw your cereal on the floor." After breakfast, I might say, "No, Joshua, don't hit your brother," or "No, Alex, don't kick your brother."While I'm making lunch, I usually need to tell Alex, "No, you cannot climb onto the kitchen table." By early afternoon, which is the time of day I set aside for my work, I usually find myself telling Joshua, "No, you cannot wake Alex from his nap" or "No! Don't touch Mommy's computer!"B  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jay Bartels 
 
 Article Title :: The Family Guy - Parenting From a Single Dad's Perspective
 
It was a hot summer day in august and The courthouse was without cold air. I wiped my brow as I entered the crowded courtroom. Several times I had appeared in family court, petitioning to get custody of my children. On each occasion I left the courtroom alone. The court had taken the girl's mothers rights away, but fighting through all the red tape had dragged on for two years.I did all I could to keep my faith. Then came that magical day. The girls were coming home with me! Wait a minute; the girls were coming home with me! Do they mean today?I fell to my knees,right there outside the courtroom. Fighting my tears of joy, I thanked god for the miracles he had blessed me with  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Joel Turtel 
 
 Article Title :: How Public Schools Coerce Parents Into Giving Mind-Altering Drugs To Their Children
 
Despite the potentially dangerous side-effects of Ritalin, public school authorities now pressure many parents to give Ritalin to their children so these kids won’t “act up” in school.Naturally, most parents don’t want to drug their children just because they are unruly, bored in class, or high-spirited. However, compulsory attendance laws force parents to send their children to public schools. Just as school authorities resort to compulsion to get their students by force, so they apply the same compulsion against children and their parents to pressure parents into giving Ritalin to their kids.How do schools pressure parents? They threaten to expel the child, hold th  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Valerie Zilinsky 
 
 Article Title :: Who Wants To Date Their Mother?
 
Do any other reality TV junkies remember a show on TV last year called "Who Wants To Marry Our Dad?" Well, my life is starting to sound very very similar lately. All you have to do is listen to my kids for a day, and you'll see exactly what I'm talking about.Their father and I separated this year after 10 years of marriage, and all of us have been through some huge adjustments in our lives. I won't dwell here & now on all the details, but just know that it hasn't been easy. We are just now starting to cope well with our new lives, and learning how to figure things out and move forward.Our daughter seems to be taking the changes better than everyone. Her religious faith is qu  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: John Deprice 
 
 Article Title :: Making Internet Chat Safe For Your Children
 
No matter what you say or do, your kids will chat and use IM (instant messengers) over the internet. That's a given. But since you have the obligation to protect your children, be aware that there are parent-friendly software tools that can assist you.Chat WatchChat Watch logs both sides of instant messages on AOL, ICQ, MSN, and Yahoo. Chat Watch features parental controls, chat scheduling, a chat acronym translator, and more. Chat logs can be automatically e-mailed to you, copied to a network computer, or uploaded to a remote server. Chat Watch is password protected and can run hidden in stealth mode and accessible by a hot key. Chat Watch allows you to monitor and be in c  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Paul Jerard 
 
 Article Title :: Back to School Responsibilities Again
 
It’s that time of year when mom and dad look for ways to improve their child’s academic standing, during the upcoming scholastic year.There are many options to weigh in such as: new school clothes, school supplies, peer pressure, after school care, homework, league sports, and transportation.This is time of year for great changes, but here are two changes that will impact your child for life, and require a bit of work and commitment on your part.1. Expose your child or children to some kind of faith: The faith of your parents, your faith, your spouse’s faith, your partner's faith, or the faith that you left behind. Set an example and start attending a temple, m  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Cliff Carbaugh 
 
 Article Title :: Achieve Success At School - Parents, Help Your Kids Easily Be Top, Honor-Roll Students!
 
With the beginning of the new school year coming VERY soon, here are some tips to give us a “heads-up” to start the year off knowing what to do.Three tips to have your kids Achieve Success At School:1.) Turn off the T.V. At our house, we have an understanding that we don’t really have time during the week to watch T.V. (of course, we can be a little flexible if there’s a special, long-awaited educational show on PBS!)2.) Be Prepared. Have backpack, pens, pencils, paper, folders, pocket dictionary, planner and anything else that would be useful. (The teacher would be an excellent person to ask.) At night, before getting ready for bed, all backpacks are pack  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Allan Wilson 
 
 Article Title :: Where to Look for Affordable Baby Clothes
 
Once the newness has worn off a little, you will realize that your baby grows very fast. So fast, in fact, that he may need new clothes on the average of every two months during the first year. The sizing of baby clothes just does not apply to most children. For example, my four month old is now wearing 6-12 month clothes. There is no way he will still be in 6-12 month clothes when he is a year old.So, we are buying lots of clothes. Unless you know for sure that you are having more kids of the same gender, it does not make sense to drop a lot of cash on designer baby clothes. Sure, they are cute, but can you really afford to spend $25 on a pair of baby pants at Baby Gap when he wil  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jeff Herring 
 
 Article Title :: Parenting Your Teenager: How to End the Curfew Battle
 
Q. Things have been relatively calm and OK with our 16-year-old son so far. Now all of a sudden, there is a huge battle about curfew. He wants to stay out later and later, and we don't think he is ready. How do we set appropriate curfew in our house?A. Here are a few basic principles on which you and your teen can build:*Curfew is for the convenience of the parents, not the teens. Parents want to know what time their teens will be home so the parents can sleep when they need to. Be careful not to get this principle turned around the wrong way.*There should be a later curfew on the weekend than on weeknights.*One or more evenings should be family nights when eve  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jeff Herring 
 
 Article Title :: Parenting Your Teenager: Are Sleep Overs with the Opposite Sex OK?
 
Q. Our 17-year-old son wants us to let his girlfriend spend the night at our house in his room. He has two beds since his older brother left for college. He says nothing will happen and lots of his friends' parents allow this. Should we try it and see how it works?A. You're kidding, right?Let me ask that in a slightly different way:You are kidding, right?Unfortunately, I know you're not because you are not the first parent to ask me this.I must ask you:Are you ready to be grandparents? Are you ready to help raise, in your home, your new grandchild? Are you prepared to be charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor and/or sued?T  (read full article)
 
 
 
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