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4 Smart Organization Tips for Your Child’s Toys

If you have kids, you have probably tripped over a skateboard or stepped on a block a time of two. When those household incidents happen, you vow that you will finally get organized and that you will insist that your offspring put their toys back where they came from. Unfortunately, that resolve tends to dissipate over […]

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Why You Should Get Involved (1)

Why You Should Get Involved in Your Child’s Activities, Hobbies, and School

It’s probably no secret that children who have involved parents are more happy, healthy, and well-adjusted and excel at their educational and extracurricular pursuits. It can increase their cognitive development, keeps them motivated, strengthens the parent-child relationship, and has a direct positive influence on their overall academic achievement. In turn, it can also help parents […]

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4 Reasons to Keep Your Daughter Out of Children’s Beauty Pageants

If you’ve ever watched Toddlers & Tiaras on The Learning Channel, you’ve probably seen some the horrendous behavior displayed by parents and children in the world of children’s pageants. If you think the antics of these parents and kids who frequent the pageant arena is a rarity, however, think again. In general, child pageants bring […]

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Moving Onwards Yout Ten Year Olds Development Blog

Moving Onwards: Your Ten-Year-Old’s Development

Your son is now officially in his second decade and, while he no longer needs you to hold his hand as much, you still have a valuable role in helping him negotiate the path to adulthood. His physical skills are now well developed and he might be interested in activities that require coordination, balance, strength […]

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Moving On Your Nine Year Olds Development Blog

Moving On: Your Nine-Year-Old’s Development

  You’ve been a parent for nine years and you’ve seen your son progress from a helpless infant to an increasingly independent child with his own personality, but don’t worry, he still needs your help to grow into a healthy, happy adult. His physical skills have developed to the point where he has good body […]

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