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How Often Should I Bathe my Infant?

Time was when the cleaner and more powdered Baby was, the healthier and more germ-free his vulnerable little bod was thought to be. Hence, every self-respecting parent bathed their infant once every day without fail. Current wisdom has updated those old standards, and dictates that just three, or preferably only two times a week is […]

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Introducing new foods to your toddlers

Introducing new foods to your toddlers

Introducing new foods to your toddlers is an exciting time in their overall development. By the time your child is six months old you’ve become a dab hand at feeding them. Whether you’re bottle feeding or breastfeeding, the chances are you’ve got it sussed. But now they’re starting to get interested in what’s on your […]

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Life is beautiful, thank you 2017

Life is beautiful, thank you 2017

Sometimes we parents expect a lot of ourselves. We live in the illusion that a mistake, or a good choice on our part, will make the difference in the world for our children. But it is much more complicated.   Parenting may be the single most crucial factor in what our children learn and how […]

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Why do parents lie about Santa?

There are a variety of thoughts about what one says to children about Santa. Some people believe some don’t. For me, it was more than just Santa. There is a lot that comes along with believing. I think it is more about the magic of the season. Kind of like having faith and there is […]

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snoring in children - is it normal for babies to snore

Snoring in Children – Is it normal for babies to snore?

Snoring is something that we need to keep an eye on with little ones. When I get a new client, I send them out an intake form which has many questions regarding their child’s sleep. One of my problems is, does your child snore or mouth breathe. I ask this because if a parent puts […]

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Sibling Rivalry Solutions – Smart Parenting

Last updated on December 14th, 2017 at 02:43 pmWhat 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 […]

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Helping Children to Overcome Test Anxiety

Helping Children to Overcome Test Anxiety

Last updated on December 14th, 2017 at 02:13 pmHow to Overcome the Test Anxiety? Dealing with test anxiety can be stressful for both children and their parents. One of the most important things to help your child with these issues is first to talk to them about their particular experience. For example, is the child […]

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Montessori Programs for Everyone - Interview with June George

Montessori Programs for Everyone? Interview with June George

Last updated on December 14th, 2017 at 02:28 pmMontessori Programs for Everyone? Exclusive Interview with June George There is something in Montessori for everyone. Our guest is the co-founder of Baan Dek and Montessorium; please welcome June George. June George – A small Bio for our Readers June George, originally from Bangkok, Thailand is the […]

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School Anxiety Solutions - Empowering Your Child

School Anxiety Solutions to Empower Your Child

Last updated on December 10th, 2017 at 05:27 pmThe natural parental impulse of a child in distress is to protect them. With school anxiety, parents often consider homeschooling or extended breaks from school to treat or protect against the suffering caused by school anxiety. While this temporarily masks the problem, extended avoidance of school can […]

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Child Development Stages Infographic

Last updated on December 10th, 2017 at 05:32 pmChild Development Stages Infographic An Infographic on various child development stages, from infant to preschooler based on feeding, physical, language, social skills and their achievements. Child Development Stages – Baby Feeding – Able to drink from a cup. Physical – Sit without support. Walks while holding on […]

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