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Why Young Children Should Get the Flu Shot

Why Young Children Should Get the Flu Shot

Not only is the holiday season upon us – but so is the cold and flu season. On average, influenza occurs globally in 5%–10% of adults and a whopping 20%–30% in children. But the chance of [...]

Lying

Lying

What should you do if you catch your child in a lie? Lying Children So you caught your child in a lie. The reality is all kids have, or will at some point, lie, but getting [...]

5 Tips for Budgeting this Holiday Season

5 Tips for Budgeting this Holiday Season

At this time of year, the commercials beckon us to spend, spend, spend, but for many families this just isn’t realistic. Here’s how to survive the holiday season on a budget. ‘Tis the season to be [...]

What to Do When Your Child Sleepwalks

What to Do When Your Child Sleepwalks

Did you sleepwalk as a child? Then chances are your child will be a sleep walker too! Sleepwalking. As strange as a phenomenon as it is, it’s one which is relatively common. Studies tell us that [...]

Milestones in Children During The Early School Years

Milestones in Children During The Early School Years

The easy going period of the early school aged years. Could life get any sweeter? The first five years of a child’s life are filled with one developmental milestone after another, and although it’s an exciting [...]

Aggression and Anger in Young Children

Aggression and Anger in Young Children

At around a year or 18 months of age, many parents notice a change in children’s behavior, as they turn from a lovable cuddly infant to an aggressive little tyke. Biting, hitting, kicking. Is toddler aggression [...]

Teen Dating

Teen Dating

Why it’s important for parents to have a heart-to-heart with teens before they starts dating. Is your teen beginning to date? Because young people are so unique, when they show interest in dating varies from the [...]

Teens and Camp Jobs

Teens and Camp Jobs

A look at the perfect summer job for your teenager. Teens and Camp Jobs Whether it’s overnight or day-camp, attending camp is a great experience for children and a great form of summer childcare for parents.  [...]

Teens and Job Safety

Teens and Job Safety

Is your teen risking life and limb at his part time or summer job? What your teen needs to know when she heads into the work force.  While part-time or summer jobs can give teens a [...]

Europe with Kids – An Overview, Part 1 of 6

Europe with Kids – An Overview, Part 1 of 6

Have you ever dreamed of traveling through Europe with your children? Host of The Parent Report radio show, Joanne Wilson decided to make her dream a reality. As the first part of the six part series, [...]