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The Three-Step Fix for Bad Behavior in Children

The Three-Step Fix for Bad Behavior in Children!

October 23, 2016 / no comments, on GUEST BLOGS - EXPERTS SECTION

Consistency in your reaction to an action is important because rewarding and punishing the same behavior at different times confuses your child. Even though you know your child well, there will be times when understanding the child’s behavior isn’t very clear .e.g. when you ask her to do her chores, but she’d rather play video […]

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Preserve Creative Free Play in Childhood!

Preserve Creative Free Play in Childhood!

October 9, 2016 / no comments, on PARENTING BLOGS

Preserve Creative Free Play in Childhood!   The creative free play is the work of a child in which they are preparing themselves for adult roles and society as a whole. Parents today are so focused on getting their child into successful monetarily and educationally that they have forgotten the physical and social-emotional domain. Which […]

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Sibling Rivalry Solutions – Smart Parenting

September 23, 2016 / no comments, on PARENTING BLOGS

What Causes Sibling Rivalry? The cause of sibling rivalry is parents, often inadvertently, creating an environment of competition instead of teamwork. Of course, some kids are naturally more jealous, or fair-minded, or attention-seeking. Many personal characteristics can foster increased rivalry. But the truth is, how the parent handles those dynamics sets the tone for how […]

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Social Emotional Intelligence

Developing Social Emotional Intelligence in Children

July 10, 2016 / no comments, on PARENTING BLOGS

Social Emotional Intelligence is crucial for lifelong success. Be it in academics, social skills, relationships, work and almost every aspect of life. These are skills we can start to cultivate in children at a young age through practice and inquiry. Skills like empathy can be taught through creative writing or reading first person narratives. The […]

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Cultural Exchange

Benefits of Cultural Exchange

July 8, 2016 / no comments, on GUEST BLOGS - EXPERTS SECTION

This week’s guest article features Summer Blackhurst. Summer is discussing the benefits of Cultural Exchange, and why is it a Perfect Way to Prepare Teens for College. Benefits of Cultural Exchange My friend manages a popular fast food restaurant in town and the teens she trains there come with all sorts of silly bad habits. […]

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Developing Emotional Intelligence in Children

Developing Emotional Intelligence in Children

July 3, 2016 / one comment, on PARENTING BLOGS

Emotional Intelligence in Children Emotional intelligence influences how children perceive the world and how effective they are in dealing with the world. We can teach EI to any child but without instruction, they grow up with the emotional intelligence they absorb from their parents. Higher emotional intelligence creates higher level coping skills. A highly emotional […]

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Developmental Summer Activities for Children

Developmental Summer Activities for Children

June 25, 2016 / no comments, on PARENTING BLOGS

Summertime is also traditionally family time, and it is imperative that parents plan both fun & educational activities with their children, spending as much time as possible with them before the school year. In addition to one on one time, parents are encouraged to enroll their kids in additional developmental summer activities for children. This […]

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Essential Parenting Skills – Part 2

Essential Parenting Skills – Part 2

June 18, 2016 / no comments, on PARENTING BLOGS

Continuing on the subject of essential parenting skills, this is the continuation of Part 1. Please click on your favorite expert’s name to go straight into their opinion about the topic. Julie Burton Julia Cook Victoria Marin Amy Webb Dr. Marcie Julie Burton author of The Self-Care Solution: The Must-Have Guide for Modern Mother’s offers […]

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Essential Parenting Skills - Part 1

Essential Parenting Skills – Part 1

June 18, 2016 / one comment, on PARENTING BLOGS

Parenting Skills Parenting Skills are the corner stone of building a wonderful parent-child relationship. For parenting tips, being consistent, praising when necessary,and holding your kids accountable are great tips to have as a parent. The most important parenting skill I’ve found is to let them follow their passions, do it their way and fail repeatedly […]

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Childcare Options for Working Parents MomoandMe

Childcare Options for Working Parents

May 6, 2016 / no comments, on GUEST BLOGS - EXPERTS SECTION

Childcare Options for Working Parents – Summer Blackhurst Summer Blackhurst is a writer for Go Au Pair and mother of an 18-month old girl, 3-year old boy and 5-year old boy. She has interviewed close to 200 Host families and Au Pairs about their childcare experience with nannies, daycare and au pairs. Tips for Working […]

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