Archive for January, 2009


How To Say No To Your Child

Saying “No” to your child is never easy. “All the other kids are doing it, why can’t I?” they lament. When saying no to your children, keep in mind that an explanation is always necessary, and your answer should be consistent with your other behaviors. For older kids, always listen to their side of the [...]

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Spoiling Children Myths

I’ve read about an article about “Spoiling Children Myths” by Chick Moorman and Thomas Haller. I find it very meaningful and would like to share with you all. Spoiling Children Myth #1 You will spoil your baby if you handle her too much. You should let her cry sometimes. Reality: You can not spoil a [...]

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Watch TV With Your Kids

Does this scenario sound familiar? It’s the end of your workday, and you are tired and stressed out. You are in the kitchen, opening bills and figuring out what to do for dinner. Your kids are not around, but you can hear the drone of the television, so you know what they are doing. Now, [...]

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10 Tips To Get Kids To Talk About School

Employ the following do’s and don’ts to increase your child’s willingness to share useful and important information about his school experience. 1. Don’t play 20 questions. Ask a few questions each day and rotate them. No one likes being asked the same question every day. And no one likes being asked 20 questions on any [...]

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Teach Your Child To Write

Learning to write is a process that can begin when your child is a toddler. To teach your child to write, help him to build his fine motor skills and recognize letters and words. Being a good role model and showing encouragement and appreciation are important parts of the process. Step 1 Show your child [...]

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Your Baby’s Skin Care Tips

Your baby skin care is so important and your main task is to keep your baby warm and nourished. And your newborn skin is as delicate as their immune system. Some baby products, chemicals, detergents and fragrances could cause your baby’s skin irritation and rashes. Pediatricians actually advise that bathing newborn too often and expose [...]

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