Parenting After Divorce – Pattie Mallette and Jeremy Bieber Show You How
Most parents are always there for their children, support them, love them deeply and take care of them. It is every kid’s dream to have wonderful mom and dad who love him or her very much. Unfortunately, every year many couples get divorced, and if there are kids present in the marriage, parents will have to find the best ways of parenting after the divorce.Time Management For The Busy Parent
Have you ever wished that you could bring time to an indefinite halt and take your own sweet time to do everything you have ever wanted to do? Do you feel like time is running away while your tasks are only piling up with each passing day?A Diet for Kids: What Are the Healthiest Food Choices?
When planning a diet for kids, you want to choose the healthiest food available. Kids need a variety of fresh whole foods so their bodies can be healthy and their minds clear and focused. Learn what foods are considered whole, healthy foods and why they are the best choices for your kids.Smart Ways To Use the iPhone and Apps for Kids
Sometimes it is great to discover additional ways for doing something. Let’s see how you can use your iPhone with kids!Rules, Stress, and Parenting
When raising and disciplining children, many parents rely on rules. In reality, though, the use of the term “rules” in parenting is often counterproductive.Working Mothers: How to Save Time Doing Laundry
Have you ever walked down to the basement, saw piles of laundry in the corner of your eye, felt a pit in your stomach at how behind you are then tried to forget about it so you didn’t have to feel overwhelmed anymore? This is a common story that working moms talk to me about; it’s their “nemesis.”Developing Your Child’s Handwriting Skills
The importance of good handwriting is easy to overlook, and when our children are young we tend to think of it as an insignificant matter. But when you think about the difference between poor handwriting and good handwriting on a college or job application, it is clear that good handwriting is an important ingredient for achieving success…Military Parenting Help
Military families go through a lot when one of the parents is deployed overseas. This can create a major strain on the spouse that is left behind to handle raising the children. Not only does the spouse need to do everything for the kids alone, but also has to deal with the worries that their spouse could be in harm’s way. There is parenting help available for our military families.Scary Cyberbullying Statistics To Know
There used to be a time when bullying and the need for dealing with bullies was only limited to when the victim was actually in the physical presence of the bully. Nowadays, and despite all the advances that modern technology has given us, the same rapid explosion in cell phones and social media technology has given birth to a new type of bullying – cyberbullying.Child Health – What Can We Do?
There is a lot of concern about child health in America at the moment. This is not a new phenomenon – Calvin Coolidge instigated the annual ‘Child Health Day’ in 1928. It is held on the first Monday of October each year. Health professionals from all over America meet to discuss child nutrition, fitness, obesity and health education.Let’s Stop Parenting Pressure!
Being a parent has never been that difficult mostly due to social pressure. To keep our sanity as parents we need to pause and think. Here are my thoughts.Sharing Quality Time With Your Partner
Finding time to spend quality time with your partner is an essential part of any relationship. Understanding each other’s needs and sharing time alone together will strengthen your relationship.Parenting Styles – An Only Child is a Happy and Healthy Child
Parents are usually deluded into believing that an ‘only child’ may get subjected to two extreme styles of parenting which is over disciplining or over pampering and turn their kid into an over-indulged spoiled brat or an uncommunicative introvert. You can raise a happy and healthy child and give them similar experiences and opportunities that a child with a sibling would get, by incorporating a few simple strategies in their life.Sibling Rivalry: What Can Parents Do?
There are a few points to keep in mind that might help you cope emotionally with your children’s rivalry. First, a little fighting does not mean your children do not love each other. Second, remember that a little competition is natural, and that it may actually help build certain skills in your children. Third, keep in mind that children…Motivating Children With Token Economies
This article is a simple explanation of a reward system called token economies, to help motivate children to do what you want them to. At time consequences can be ineffective with certain children but a reward system can be extremely motivating. You are then working with your child instead of against them.