Health Safety

How Do I Take My Childs Temperature

How Do I Take My Childs Temperature

By on January 14, 2015 in Health & Safety with 0 Comments

When you have a child, and they are sick, this can be very scary, especially for a new parent. Sometimes your child may not be as jovial as they usually are, and you’re not certain what’s wrong with them. If you feel your child’s skin, and they feel hot to the touch, then you need […]

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What Is A Sore Throat

What Is A Sore Throat

By on January 14, 2015 in Health & Safety with 0 Comments

From the moment you experience that scratchy, prickly, uncomfortable feeling in your throat you already know that you are at the beginning stages of a sore throat. The first thing to keep in mind is that the sore throat you are experiencing is a symptom of something else. When someone faces the symptoms of a […]

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How To Get Rid Of Nits

How To Get Rid Of Nits

By on January 14, 2015 in Health & Safety with 0 Comments

There are a number of myths and misconceptions surrounding head lice. Lice, which are also sometimes referred to as nits, are tiny insects. They are a common problem among young children, but they are easily prevented and they are also not that difficult to get rid of. What Exactly Are Head Lice? Again, head lice […]

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Kids with Special Needs

How Can I Enroll My Child Into A Special Education Program

How Can I Enroll My Child Into A Special Education Program

If you are the parent of a child with special needs, then you understand that a traditional classroom and the education offered at a public school isn’t a suitable match. Your child needs additional nurturing, support, encouragement, and guidance at school, so its important to find a special education program that is able to meet […]

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What Is Autism

What Is Autism

Even though today’s scientist believe autism has been in existence since the beginning of human kind, its recorded history only dates back to the early 1900s. Based on numerous reputable accounts, Eugene Bleuler, a Swiss psychiatrist, was noted as writing about autism and its affects, while treating patients that were originally identified as having schizophrenia. […]

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What Is An IEP

What Is An IEP

An IEP is appropriate for both children and adults in scholastic environments. IEP stands for Individualized Education Plan. It common for most people to associate the use of an individualized plan for children who are placed in remedial and special needs courses. This is a prime example of when this type of plan is utilized, […]

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Parenting Skills

How To Buy A Kids Bike

How To Buy A Kids Bike

By on January 14, 2015 in Parenting Skills with 0 Comments

Every child wants one, maybe it is the promise of great adventures or simply an increased possibility of improved freedom, but sooner or later; your child is going to ask you for their own bicycle. As much fun as a bicycle can be, there is also an inherent risk to that child if the right […]

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How To Stop Bullying

How To Stop Bullying

By on January 14, 2015 in Parenting Skills with 0 Comments

Bullying is a topic that is constantly being talked about on a day to day basis. Many children are subject to being bullied at one time in their life. Bullying comes in all shapes and forms, which can have an immediate impact on the child being bullied. Some children have taken their lives due to […]

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How Should I Approach My Child’s Report Card

How Should I Approach My Child’s Report Card

By on January 14, 2015 in Parenting Skills with 0 Comments

Some of us used to dread getting a report card when it came time to distribute them. Report cards had to go to parents, and sometimes they would have to sign it off, to let the teacher know that they had received it. Every school is different, but every school still has a report card, […]

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Pregnancy

How To Dress When Pregnant

How To Dress When Pregnant

By on January 14, 2015 in Pregnancy with 0 Comments

Just because you’re pregnant doesn’t mean that you have to abandon the latest fashion trends. However, you might need to adjust small areas of the clothing so that it fits the right way until after the baby is born. Most retail stores sell clothing for women who are pregnant, and there are many manufacturers who […]

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How To Find A Doula

How To Find A Doula

By on January 14, 2015 in Pregnancy with 0 Comments

A doula is a woman who helps women during their pregnancy, through your delivery, and through to postpartum of delivery of your baby. The first thing that anyone who is interested in a doula asks, is how is the best way to find a good doula? Well if you are looking for a doula in […]

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How To Stop Your Pregnancy From Showing

How To Stop Your Pregnancy From Showing

By on January 14, 2015 in Pregnancy with 0 Comments

Pregnancy can be a beautiful thing, especially since you’re bringing a new life into the world. Although pregnancy can be wonderful, many women would like to hide the pregnancy from others. There are several reasons why a woman might want to hide her pregnancy. If your pregnancy was not planned, maybe it’s something you’re not […]

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PreSchooler

How Do I Know If My Child Has A Speech Disorder

How Do I Know If My Child Has A Speech Disorder

By on January 14, 2015 in Preschooler with 0 Comments

If your child is already three years old and not communicating the way you think he or she should contact your pediatrician. By the time a child is three years old, you should be able to understand what they are saying. Don’t put off your child’s speech flaws and think it will go away with […]

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How Do I Treat My Child’s Vomiting

How Do I Treat My Child’s Vomiting

By on January 14, 2015 in Preschooler with 0 Comments

When a child is vomiting is is scary for them and alarming to you. You want to make it stop, immediately. You would do anything to comfort them, including giving them any thing they ask for in the way of food or drink. That is the wrong thing to do. When your child has been […]

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What Do I Do If My Child Resists Napping

What Do I Do If My Child Resists Napping

By on January 14, 2015 in Preschooler with 0 Comments

As all parents know nap time is important for your children and something that shouldn’t be skipped. However there are always times when your child does not feel like napping for various reasons and may resist taking a nap. This can be troublesome for both you and the child and lead to a variety of […]

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Toddler

How To Make Toddlers Food In The Microwave

How To Make Toddlers Food In The Microwave

By on January 14, 2015 in Toddler with 0 Comments

Good nutrition starts early in life. The food choices your toddler makes will often continue for the rest of their life. It is important to introduce your child to a variety of fruits, vegetables, meats, breads and cereals. Most experts recommend starting your baby on solid food at six months of age. Your Toddler’s Eating […]

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How To Reclaim Your Bed From Your Toddler In A Weekend

How To Reclaim Your Bed From Your Toddler In A Weekend

By on January 14, 2015 in Toddler with 0 Comments

When toddlers have outgrown the confines of the crib it can become a very difficult time for the parents. It can be difficult to get sleep because toddlers rarely have the desire to sleep alone. They want to be near their parents any time that they are awake. This is why they often travel – […]

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How Do I Communicate With My Toddler Who Is Just Learning To Talk

How Do I Communicate With My Toddler Who Is Just Learning To Talk

By on January 14, 2015 in Toddler with 0 Comments

It can be a very exciting time for parents that are starting to hear their children make new words and sounds. It can be a very proud moment for any parent, but it will also come with a little bit of nervousness. Parents want to make sure that their children are learning how to communicate […]

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Featured Posts

A Guide To Infant First Aid

By on January 14, 2015 in Baby with 0 Comments
A Guide To Infant First Aid

Bringing home your newborn baby from the hospital for the first time can be a scary feeling. There are no medical experts around you anymore if something were to go wrong. It’s a wake-up call for any parent. You can make your home as safe and child-friendly as possible, but there’s always a chance that […]

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How To Get A Newborn Baby Sleeping Through The Night

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How To Get A Newborn Baby Sleeping Through The Night

Introduction Adjusting to life after you bring a newborn home can be quite the challenge. However, it is not impossible to create a schedule that works for both you and your new bundle of job. Most first time parents are carrying a lot of fears concerning the proper care and scheduling needs with them when […]

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How To Bath A Newborn

By on January 14, 2015 in Baby with 0 Comments
How To Bath A Newborn

Having a newborn, especially if it’s your first, can be very scary. Everything is new to you, as well as being new to the baby. When it comes time to bathe your child for the first time, you may feel terrified to do so. Newborns can be extremely fragile, and you may be frightened what […]

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