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1. Cut Out the Caffeine
Do you struggle with getting your children to wind down? Well, caffeine could be the culprit that's keeping your child wired. Although the United States hasn't issued recommendations on how much caffeine kids should consume, health officials in Canada recommend the children of preschool age do not exceed 45 milligrams of caffeine -- the amount that's found in a 12-ounce soda.{relatedarticles} Believe it or not, caffeine isn't just found... Read More

2. Child Behavior - Dealing With Positivity!
Bad behavior is often an effective way to attract attention of parents. The conflicting time will probably start at the stage during her third year: tears and tantrums often go hand in hand with being two years old. Phrasing limits in a positive way focuses on what to do, rather than what not to do. When parents and caregivers offer these positive statements, they reinforce for children what is appropriate, serve as desirable... Read More

3. Parents, Kids and Time Alone
"What are some of the ways in which you explain to kids that mom and dad need time alone, without feeling guilty about it?" A journalist, writing an article on having time alone and couple time when you have kids, asked me this question. Parents will feel guilty only when they believe that they are doing something wrong by spending time alone and couple time without their Read More

4. How Chore Charts Will Work for You
Your kids are clamoring for an allowance, and what better way to allow them to earn one than with regular chores? Contributing to the workload around the house benefits the entire family. Completing chores boosts children's self esteem by making them feel like a valued part of the team. Chores not only teach children responsibility, they're also a way to lend you a helping hand with the household duties. {relatedarticles}Before you go... Read More

5. How to Succeed as a Stay-at-Home Mom
Stay-at-home moms are no longer just the co-stars from Leave It To Beaver , The Brady Bunch , and other television shows from a bygone era. Taking care of the kids has become the cool thing to do again for women in their 20s and 30s. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are at least 5.4 million stay-at-home parents in the United States alone. These are a dynamic bunch of women, and men, who see opportunities in... Read More

6. Is It Okay to Spoil Your Kids?
None of us want "spoiled" kids - kids who are bratty, self-centered, demanding, inconsiderate. So, what spoils children and what doesn't? When I was raising my children, I was often told that I would spoil them if I didn't let them cry - if I held them a lot. Fortunately, I didn't believe this nonsense. You can't... Read More

7. Revealed! 10 Guilt Traps for Moms
It's not fair that guilt became so intertwined with motherhood, but almost every mother suffers from maternal guilt about something she does or does not do. In our culture, motherhood is so loaded with expectations of perfection that it's impossible to live up to the standard. That doesn't mean we don't try, or that we don't feel lousy when we fail. It's time for a wake-up call. When you dissect the top guilt... Read More

8. 8 Ways to Make Learning Fun
Helping your child to learn can be a challenge. While learning requires creative thinking, much of learning consists of rote memorization. Remember going over and over those times tables? Kids get bored easily. Your challenge is to find ways to make learning fun. {relatedarticles} #1 - Make Learning Practical Fractions can be the bane of many... Read More

9. Do You Know How to Have a Yard Sale?
If you're ready to do some spring cleaning or just tired of a potential avalanche every time you open the hall closet, it may be time to consider a yard sale. You don't need to invest a huge amount of time and effort, just a few hours for the actual event, and a bit of pre-planning a month or two in advance. Decide on a Date and Start Planning! Your first decision needs to be when you'll hold your yard... Read More

10. Get Rejuvenated: Pamper Yourself in 10 Minutes
Having at least some me-time everyday is important. But between kids, jobs, errands, maintaining a household and the other 10,000 things we do everyday, finding that time can be difficult, to say the least. Fortunately, almost all of us (if we really tried) could find 10 minutes somewhere in our busy day to do something great just for us, but what can you do in 10 minutes? As it turns out, quite a lot. {relatedarticles} ... Read More

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