Basic Safety for Kids

Our greatest asset and our most valuable resource — our children! Now whether you’re brand new to the parenting game or a veteran of many a wee one, safety is always of the utmost importance. Giving them responsibility and letting do things on their own is a huge part of their development but every child is different.

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Bullying

When your child becomes a victim of bulling, there are so many emotions that come pouring out and all you want to do is protect them. In some cases, parents can get very upset and lose their minds — so to speak. Imagine what your children are going through? Like with most everything in the world, getting educated can help you get through anything.

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Co-Parenting

Raising a child is hard enough all by itself but what if the parents aren’t together anymore? This can be an almost impossible feat to accomplish — not all parents parent the same way and if the separated parents don’t get along or can’t communicate very well, it can all fall apart. Yes, it’s simple…

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Puberty And Your Kids

It seems that kids are exposed to so much information about everything and at an earlier age — more information than what their parents grew up with. As they approach puberty, they may be already inundated with advanced ideas about sex and relationships but it’s your job as a parent to talk about these issues…

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Sibling Rivalry

When you have children, it’s a miraculous event and your life will never be the same — the love for your child is automatic and unconditional. But if you have more than one child and they treat each other badly and they fight like they hate each other? Sibling rivalry is something that will most likely never…

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Step Parenting

Parenting is never easy which makes step parenting even harder. At any age, some kids just don’t want to listen to their parents — can you imagine if that person who is trying to talk to them is someone new to their life and isn’t one of their parents? Daunting to say the least. You’re…

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Summer Fun With Your Kids

The warm weather is upon us and that means a lot of things: outdoor activities like camping, hiking and bike riding, BBQing and beverages on the patio, drive-in movies and late night walks. It also means school’s out and your kids will be home for the next 3 months. If you children are old enough,…

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