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Safe homemade food for travelling with baby – Parents Article

I met mum Kellie through a Skype consultation as she lives up in North Queensland. She’s done amazingly with her little boy Reece who is baby number three. Kellie was going away on a holiday but she was really worried about Reece and just how she’s going to manage travelling with homemade baby food. And I know this is a really common problem so I answered her question during one of my weekly Facebook Live Q&A broadcasts. She said, “Unfortunately…

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The Huddle – A Dad trying to cope with the loss of his Partner and becoming a single parent. – Single Dad, Parents Article

Now that’s how you do a huddle. HU DD LE Spelling has never been one of my specialities. So not a lot of help to a dyslexic son trying to memorise 15 words in the hope of getting at least 10 correct to avoid a school punishment. Now that’s a way to spend a Sunday. The approach Son has gone for is to break the words up into little words and the try to do a memory photograph of each…

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How to Parent Your Adult Child – Parents Article

In the last few years I have created a new niche in my practice, counseling parents of adult “children.” Perhaps it is a result of the fact that people are living longer that my clients are often over 65 and are as frustrated over their relationships with their grown-up sons and daughters as they were when their offspring were toddlers or teens. Although society has many rituals to celebrate the rites of passage into adulthood such as graduation from school,…

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Overwhelmed Parents Need to Start HERE to Define the Problem – Parents Article

Posted on 01 Dec in Solving Parenting Problems by scott turansky When you feel overwhelmed by the poor behavior of your children, here’s an exercise that will give you some direction. In fact, this activity is good for any parent looking for ways to help children grow, but it’s especially helpful when you’re confused and overwhelmed by a problem’s complexity or deeply rooted nature. Take out some paper and make a list of the offenses committed by your child…

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Weekday Events in Brooklyn & NYC: December 2nd-5th – Parents Article

Hi everyone! I hope the long weekend was wonderful and you are ready for another fun week here in NYC.This week head out and enjoy Stomp, Clap & Sing with Little Maestros at Central Brooklyn Public Library, Light Up MetroTech, Brainy Bill: Plant Party at Macon Brooklyn Public Library, DUMBO Holiday Tree Lighting, Winter’s Eve at Lincoln Square, Mad. Sq. Holiday 2019 in Madison Square Park, Light Up Luminaries at Brookfield Place, Sing & Move! with The Sparrow Sisters at…

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Parenting Guides Are a Great Lifesaver – Parents Article

These days, a lot of moms and dads depend on child-rearing guides for advice and also support. Being a dad or mom can be among the most satisfying as well as demanding experiences in one’s lifetime. Bringing up a small child isn’t always simple. Yet as you go on doing it, it could be a hugely worthwhile experience. Most of all, assistance is easily available. Plenty of folks ask themselves whether they can make wonderful mothers and fathers. This is…

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Padri in sala parto? Meglio di no. Ecco perché alcune mamme preferiscono un’amica – Parents Article

Non tutte le future mamme sono pronte a partorire con il compagno accanto. Per molte, infatti, avere il proprio partner in sala parto rappresenterebbe un ulteriore stress.Meglio un’amica, la mamma oppure la sorella, una figura insomma che sappia supportarle davvero. Il trend sembra in forte crescita e la rivista inglese The Sun ha raccolto le testimonianze di tre donne, che hanno svelato perché hanno preferito lasciare il partner fuori dalla sala parto durante il travaglio (e tutto è andato benissimo).Questione…

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Silvia Johnson and the Cool Parenting Movement in America – Parents Article

Being a parent is the hardest job you’ll never get a paycheck for. In fact, I think before you can become a parent you should take a Parenting Equivalency Test (P.E.T.). After all, parenting is the most important job on the planet, ironically anyone can be a parent, but everyone isn’t qualified to parent. Many parents can’t put together a cohesive thought let alone teach their kids how to succeed. I think its high-time the United States Government starts issuing…

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Best Teen Jobs Advice From Bill Gates – Parents Article

Whether you love or hate Bill Gates…he sure hit the nail on the head when he recently gave a speech at a high school graduation. Here Are 11 Job Advice Rules Your Teens Are NOT Learning in School: Rule 1: Life is not fair – get used to it! Life is especially not fair at work. Some work harder than others for less pay…some work less for more pay. Rule 2: The world doesn’t care about your self-esteem. Neither does…

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Petite Teenager – The Problems – Parents Article

It is very difficult to be a petite teenager. This is, in fact, one of the most difficult things a teenager can experience. During the teen years, it is very important for teenagers to feel as “grown up” as possible. If you look like a 12 year old, and you are actually 16, it can be a very trying time. Just think back to when you were anywhere from 15 – 17 years old. One of the most important things…

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