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Is after school snacking a bad idea? After School Snacks Does your kid raid the cupboard or fridge the moment school is over? After school snacking is a must for most kids, and as long as [...]
Hold the beef. A look at children and vegetarian diets. Vegetarian Diets If your family, or even just one of your children is opting to become a vegetarian, you may feel a little confused and concerned [...]
The connection between family mealtime and preventing obesity. Curbing Obesity The alarm bells have rung; today’s children are becoming increasingly overweight. Our children’s eating habits are leading to a tremendous increase in type 2 diabetes and [...]
Is your baby ready to try solid food? Introducing Solid Food By now, most of us are well aware that there is nothing quite like mother’s milk for baby’s nutritional well-being. But sooner or later, your [...]
Just how much food do pregnant moms need? Nutrition During Pregnancy We’ve all heard that old saying that when you’re pregnant, you’re eating for two. While that may not be accurate, there is some truth to [...]
What teens want to her from parents when it comes to those big talks. Tweens and Values During the teen and tween years there a lot of information we want to make sure our kids have. [...]
Why teaching our kids to be active in their community is a good thing. Communtiy Activism I’m Joanne Wilson with The Parent Report. So many of the things we enjoy, from civil rights to even many [...]
The importance of teaching our kids to respect others. Teaching Respect Most parents would agree that the last thing they want to do is raise a child who harasses and bullies others. And the best way [...]
When should we start instilling values in our children? Values and Irony One of the most important things we can instill in our child is a sense of our values. And while this is something we [...]
A look at when your child’s brain is fully developed. Brain and Development Science is learning more and more about human brain development. One thing that’s become clear is that brains continue to develop until at [...]
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