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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Rebecca Hanson 
 Article Title :: Will My Doubts And Fears Affect My Child?
"Will my doubts and fears affect my child?" This father is concerned about his son, a high school athlete with a vision of playing professional sports. The father's fear is that his son won't be accepted into the 'right' college to be scouted by the professionals. He wanted to know: How does your vibration, as a parent, affect your children? Can your negative or low frequency vibration create resistance or prevent your child from attracting his or her desire? How much influence do you have over your child's ability to attract something they desire? What would you tell this father? My answer was simple: "Your vibration affect  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Jen Tarzian 
 Article Title :: You CAN afford to be a Stay-at-Home Parent!
From the moment I learned I was pregnant, I knew I wanted to be a stay-at-home mom. That feeling only strengthened when my beautiful son was born. I took one look at him and wondered how I could ever give up the opportunity to spend each and every day with him, watching him grow and learn, and exploring the world for the first time through his eyes. But there was a problem. We were a two-income family. How could we possibly afford to eliminate one of those incomes? Well, there are a lot of answers to that question and IÂ’d like to share the ones I found with you. The first thing I looked at when determining “what we can afford” is how much money we made. I was wrong.  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Heather Peters 
 Article Title :: Getting Help for Troubled Teens: When and Where to Go
When your teenager starts to get out of hand you have to ask yourself some hard questions. The first step is to honestly evaluate how you think you're doing when communicating with your teen. Do you feel you are sharing valuable information and time? Or do you feel there is a communication gap and he's hiding something? Look for these warning signs: · Low self-esteem · Out of touch with reality · sudden personality changes and mood swings · Violent behavior · Drop in grades and school performance · self destructive actions or language (suicide threats or extreme diet & exercise)   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Norma Schmidt 
 Article Title :: Inappropriate Behavior as a "Teachable Moment"
Two boys in a first grade classroom were arguing loudly over an item they both wanted to use at the same time. Their teacher approached them in a friendly way and said, “Boys, it sounds like you two are having a problem. LetÂ’s talk it out.” One of the boys told his side of the story, his face still tense but his voice lowered to an “indoor” volume. The second boy listened and then, without any prompting, came up with a solution to which the first boy readily agreed. “Great job!” the teacher beamed. “See? You can talk it out!” A TEACHING PERSPECTIVE CAN PRODUCE AMAZING RESULTS WHEN KIDS BEHAVE INAPPROPRIA  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Sarah Veda - 
 Article Title :: When Your Child Is Old Enough To Be Sleeping Through The Night
All The Sleeping Mistakes IÂ’ve Made with My ChildrenÂ… I have three children, so IÂ’ve made pretty much every mistake known to Mommies, except the fatal ones, as luckily, all three of mine are alive and well. But the biggest mistakes IÂ’ve made have been in my daughterÂ’s sleeping, or lack thereof, habits. So, let me tell you my story, and hopefully you wonÂ’t be destined to make the same mistakes I have. First, when she was very tiny, I let her fall asleep in bed with my husband and me. I was nursing at first, and it was just easier to nurse her lying down and let her fall asleep. Then I would move her to her bassinet. Later in the night, when I   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Deanna Mascle 
 Article Title :: Lessons in literacy: How to raise a reader
You want to raise a reader. That much you know. But how? That's the $20,000 question. You could probably spend that $20,000 on how-to books for you, readers for your child, flash cards and other accessories, and specialized reading programs promoting every possible avenue to full literacy. You could, but you don't have to do all that. The facts are simple. Between 80-85 percent of children learn to read by the middle of first grade and most of those children will learn without the benefit of fancy reading programs and books. Many of those children will learn to read as the result of simple preliteracy activities they encountered at home and/or school. In fact, studi  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Sam Vaknin 
 Article Title :: Parenting - The Irrational Vocation
The advent of cloning, surrogate motherhood, and the donation of gametes and sperm have shaken the traditional biological definition of parenthood to its foundations. The social roles of parents have similarly been recast by the decline of the nuclear family and the surge of alternative household formats. Why do people become parents in the first place? Raising children comprises equal measures of satisfaction and frustration. Parents often employ a psychological defense mechanism - known as "cognitive dissonance" - to suppress the negative aspects of parenting and to deny the unpalatable fact that raising children is time consuming, exhausting, and strains otherwis  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kirsten Hawkins 
 Article Title :: Caring For BabyÂ’s Clothes
New parents are full of concerns about what regular household activities may pose a threat or present problems for their newest family member. At some point the question about the best ways to wash baby clothing will arise. Parents typically ask whether there is a certain type off detergent that they should use, whether it is safe to wash baby clothes with the rest of the familyÂ’s clothing and what special steps should be taken with cloth diapers if they are being used. Detergent This is a valid concern. It is not atypical for certain detergents to irritate the skin of adults and older children, so it is certainly feasible that a babyÂ’s tender and sensitive   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kirsten Hawkins 
 Article Title :: Cloth Diapers – A Thing Of The Past?
New parents have heard the argument time and again from their own parents or grandparents. “You young people donÂ’t know how good you have it with those disposable diapers for your babies! When you were a baby I had to use cloth diapers on you and they smelled terribly, I had tons of laundry to do, I stuck myself with pins, and I walked uphill in the snow both ways to get to the diaper service…” and so on. The fact is that, less than thirty years ago, disposable diapers were considered something of a luxury while today they are the norm and people using cloth diapers for their babies are considered to be strange. There are several reasons that modern parents may choose to util  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kirsten Hawkins 
 Article Title :: Dressing Baby For The Winter
Jackets and coats make a huge difference! When most people think of baby clothes they conjure images of cute sailor suits and frilly pink dresses or perhaps little white “Onesies,” soiled with spit-up Isomil formula. Rarely do they think of heavy winter coats and wind resistant jackets. In a cold climate, however (or on cold days in a warm climate), babies need the protection of a coat or jacket just as much as an adult does, in fact more so. Fortunately the designers of the finest baby apparel are well aware of the need infants and toddlers have for warm winter wear and have designed several lines of simply adorable coats, jackets, and other winter wear jus  (read full article)
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