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Tips for Dining Out with Your Toddler

We’ll just say it right now – eating out at a restaurant with a toddler is not always going to be a clean, easy, or casual thing. But with the right attitude and focus, it can be a great thing for your child, your family, and your sanity to get

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Teaching Your Child Empathy

One of the most important character traits a parent must teach their child is empathy for fellow human beings. There are various ways this invaluable life skill can be imparted, and a good thing to keep in mind when teaching children how to be empathetic towards other people is that

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Creating Good Eaters

One of the best things you can do for your little one is to introduce him or her to the wonders of healthy and adventurous eating. And the earlier, the better! Young children who have been exposed to a wide variety of foods from the outset are much less likely

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Teaching Safety to Your Kids Without Instilling Fear

As any parent knows, there are seemingly innumerable dangers and risks your child will encounter every day from the moment he’s born. Natural disasters, accidents, and, unfortunately, some of those dangers will even come from other people. But the world isn’t all gloom and doom or impending disaster. You know

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Is your family ready for a pet?

Having a pet can teach a child a lot of great things – responsibility, maturity, self-control, how to care for something, and lessons in health, life, and death. But having a pet is also a big responsibility that is not to be taken lightly. When you are thinking about getting

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Extending preschool learning at home

Preschool is a great time for kids to be learning through fun, observation, and play – and the best thing you can do for them is to keep that fun and learning going at home. Here are some ideas for extending preschool learning at home with your kids: 1. Go

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