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Inner Discipline

Inner Discipline

Why letting our kids make small mistakes actually helps them. Inner Discipline There’s no doubt that kids need limits and guidance. But of course, in time, children will require more than our limit setting.  They’ll need [...]

Why Children Need Encouragement

Why Children Need Encouragement

How encouragement goes a long way when it comes to disciplining kids. Why Children Need Encouragement When It comes to disciplining our kids, the one word that comes to mind is “no”. But saying “no” can [...]

Setting Limits on Screen Time

Setting Limits on Screen Time

What kids are really missing when they’re stuck in front of a TV. Setting Limits on Screen Time Stats tell us children spend an average of four hours a day watching TV.  That means that outside [...]

Counteracting Ads Aimed at Kids

Counteracting Ads Aimed at Kids

How to counteract all that advertising aimed at children. Counteracting ads aimed at kids Over the years, we’ve become accustomed to buying what we want now.  It’s created a bit of a credit crisis for a [...]

Tweens & TV

Tweens & TV

Why it’s important to make TV time, family time. Tweens & TV With so many television channels to choose from, it’s difficult to keep tabs on what our tweens are watching. That’s concerning, because a lot [...]

Your Musical Child

Your Musical Child

What makes children fall in love with music? How does musical ability develop? How can parents select an appropriate instrument for their children? Why do children find practicing so challenging and what can parents do to [...]

Secrets of the Baby Whisperer: How to Calm, Connect, and Communicate with Your Baby

Secrets of the Baby Whisperer: How to Calm, Connect, and Communicate with Your Baby

In this groundbreaking book, Tracy Hogg concentrates her vast knowledge (and huge dose of common sense) into simple, accessible programs that parents can begin as early as the first few weeks of a baby’s life. Reassuring, [...]

The Child and the Machine

The Child and the Machine

Are computers effective learning tools for young children? Can computers help our kids learn to read, write, and think? The Child and the Machine is, astonishingly, the first book ever to address these questions. Drawing upon [...]

3 Signs Your Child Has Outgrown Naps

3 Signs Your Child Has Outgrown Naps

Is your toddler or preschooler refusing to take a nap? It’s probably the first of 3 signs that your little one no longer needs the extra sleep. Most toddlers and many preschoolers have at least one [...]

Children Flying Alone

Children Flying Alone

Many children travel by plane unaccompanied, perhaps to visit grandparents, or in the case of divorce, a mom or dad in another city. But ending them off to fly alone can be nerve-wracking. Many airlines allow children [...]