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Creating Downtime for Kids

Creating Downtime for Kids

Why all children need a little downtime in the midst of their hectic lives. Kids and Downtime Fact is most parents just want the best for their children. It’s why many enroll their kids in one [...]

Double Dip Activities

Double Dip Activities

How to find a little quality time for your kids and for you. Double Dip Activities For many parents, finding time with the kids can be a tall order. Yet, if there is one thing parents, [...]

Bedtime Struggles

Bedtime Struggles

Getting kids to bed at a decent time. Bedtime Struggles Is your child’s bedtime getting later and later? Maybe your child wants another drink of water, another story, another cuddle and sleep time is not 10 [...]

Sleepwalking

Sleepwalking

Is sleepwalking something to be concerned about?  Sleepwalking Has your child ever suffered from a night terror – appearing to be wide awake and in a state of fear. Moments later, back a sleep without any [...]

Sleep and New Parents

Sleep and New Parents

Why sleep is vital for keeping relationship strong and for parenting well. Sleep and New Parents It’s difficult for parents of young children and infants to get enough sleep. But without a good night’s sleep it’s [...]

How to Encourage Empathy

How to Encourage Empathy

Can you teach kids to be more caring and empathic? Empathy and Children There’s probably not a better trait that makes the world a better place than empathy. When we feel for others, we want the [...]

Kid’s Dental Care

Kid’s Dental Care

Preventing your child from getting discolored teeth from fluorosis. Kid’s Dental Care There’s nothing like tooth-brushing and flowing to keep children’s pearly whites white and cavity free. And according to pediatric dentist, Dr. Richard Cramer, the [...]

Kids Dental Care

Kids Dental Care

Preventing your child from getting discolored teeth from fluorosis. Kids Dental Care There’s nothing like tooth-brushing and flowing to keep children’s pearly whites white and cavity free. And according to pediatric dentist, Dr. Richard Cramer, the [...]

Teething

Teething

Tips for helping babies who experience teething discomfort. Teething Usually around 6 or 7 months babies cut their first tooth and by the time they’re three, most toddlers will have all 20 of their baby teeth. [...]

Nursing Bottle Decay

Nursing Bottle Decay

How to keep your baby’s pearly whites strong and healthy. Nursing Bottle Decay Once children start getting their teeth, parents need to think about their baby’s dental health. One thing that can cause damage to a [...]

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