How to Keep Your Kids Safe This Halloween

September 13, 2010
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Keeping Your Children Safe on Halloween Night Halloween is an exciting time for all children—whether they’re sugar-crazed school age kids, toddlers exploring the new concepts of trick-or-treat, or a baby dressed as an adorable lion, adventurously peeping out of his stroller at the many ghouls, goblins, and vampires running about. The celebrations and quests for [...]

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Color Psychology: The Best Colors to Paint Your Baby’s Room

September 12, 2010
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Choosing the Paint Color for a Baby Room The last thing you want with a baby on the way is more stress in your life. Unfortunately, choosing what color to paint your baby’s room can be difficult. There has been a lot of research and studies performed on the psychology behind the color of a [...]

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Top Educational TV Programs for Preschoolers

September 10, 2010
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Gone are the days when television for toddlers was taboo. Over the past decade, networks have gotten smart about what families want, creating shows that teach the basics of life skills, reading, and creativity.  These educational shows are developed by leading child development experts, in partnership with respected animators. Interestingly, several of these shows have [...]

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5 Tips to Living on One Income

September 10, 2010
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5 Ways to Make Living on One Income Easier These past few years have been a struggle for many families all over the world.  As the stock market crashed, the housing market took a down turn and jobs were cut, people have found it very hard to make ends meet.  Whether we’re not able to [...]

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What You Need To Become A Foster Parent

September 10, 2010
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5 Traits for Successful Foster Care Foster Care is an extremely demanding, yet personally rewarding career and even lifestyle. There is much more to being a foster parent though than you may initially think, it does require somebody with an extrmley strong character. If you are thinking of Foster Caring, then ask yourself, have you [...]

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Best Tips on Trying to Conceive

September 10, 2010
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5 Steps to Increase the Chances of Conceiving Isn’t getting rid of your birth control method the only thing you need to do when you have decided to try for a baby? Everyone knows how to get pregnant – so why do you need any tips on how to conceive? Well, getting pregnant is not [...]

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Bringing Up Green Kids

September 10, 2010
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Kids Going Green How do you get your kids interested in going green? Get them involved as soon as possible! Getting outdoors is the best way to get them involved in environmental issues. Kids these days spend far too long watching television or on computers. Keep it nice and simple with kids. Here are some [...]

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Five Ways for Parents to Save Money

September 9, 2010
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From Coupons to Cloth Diapers Becoming a parent is a life changing event in your life. The average family will spend over $250,000 to raise a child to 18! Preparing for this life changing event is a process that takes careful planning and discipline over your impulses. Clothes are outgrown quickly, fads and new toys [...]

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Common Childhood Diseases Parents Need to Know

September 9, 2010
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Early Childhood Diseases There have been numerous evolving children’s diseases in the present stage. Significantly, with modern medical technology, the likeliness of catching a common virus or cold has been less significant. However, through the lifestyle in everyday classrooms, day care centers, and other face to face exposure, children are more susceptible to diseases. Some [...]

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When Does Child Obesity Start?

September 8, 2010
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Child Obesity Linked to Pre-pregnancy Weight Gain A recent study, published in the Lancet, claims obesity starts in the womb. Though it is already known that heavier moms tend to have heavier babies, it was never established if shared genes are responsible for this or not. by: baby strollers The study, that followed moms with [...]

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