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Healthy Eating for Families and Sodium

Healthy Eating for Families and Sodium

How to help your kids reduce their salt intake. Healthy Eating for Families and Sodium So, how much sodium do you think your children eat? Most children need 1000 to 1500 mg of sodium a day, [...]

Teens Misbehaviour at School

Teens Misbehaviour at School

What to do and say when teens misbehave at school. Teens Misbehavior at School Often parents of adolescents who are struggling with academics think their kids would do better if they just tried harder, and the [...]

Lashing Out

Lashing Out

What to do when your child lashes out at you. Lashing Out When kids are angry or down, they’ll often lash out at mom or dad.  After all, it feels safe to get angry with someone [...]

Strong Willed Behavior

Strong Willed Behavior

How to make the most out of your strong willed child’s behavior. Strong Willed Behavior Is your child strong-willed? Strong willed children are often persistent and independent and these are great characteristics.  On the flip side, [...]

Sibling Rivalry

Sibling Rivalry

What to do when your kids fight with one another? Sibling Rivalry Sibling rivalry just seems to go with the territory of having more than one child.  But how we handle it as parents can mean [...]

Lying

Lying

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

Playground Safety

Playground Safety

 Is your neighborhood playground a safe one? Playground Safety You’d think that a playgrounds would be one of the safest places for children to play.  The reality is that over 200,000 children are injured in playground [...]

Happy Motherhood

Happy Motherhood

A few ideas on how to be the happiest mom on the block. Happy Motherhood Let’s face it, life changes a lot once you’ve had a baby.  If you’re a new mom, you may find staying [...]

Moms and Self Care

Moms and Self Care

Why finding a little down time is better for moms and kids. Moms and Self Care Let’s face it, when you’re a mom it’s difficult to find time that’s just for you.  A soak in a [...]

Kindergarten & Reading

Kindergarten & Reading

A look at what kids begin to learn when they’re in kindergarten. Kindergarten & Reading Once children enter kindergarten, many kids begin to learn to read.  Granted it won’t be War and Peace, but they will [...]