RULE #10: Learn that scars are cool, and that your bully is helping you get cooler. (via Jezebel) The Lincoln Public Schools system is cowering in a corner and apologizing today after an onslaught of outrage from parents who were rightly...Show More Summary
Jenny Glick is a therapist but these are lessons she's learned as a married mom of a son living with diabetes. The post Managing Crazy: 4 Tips For Sanity While Parenting a Child With a Chronic Illness appeared first on The Good Men Project.
According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, tooth decay is the most common chronic childhood disease. While many parents are aware that proper and frequent brushing is one of the most important steps in protecting their...Show More Summary
A lot of parents wait for their children to grow older in order to take them out for canoeing rather them leaving behind and going for a canoe themselves. But there are many ways and method following which you can easily canoe with your children and that too without having to worry about their safety. Show More Summary
Spring is in the air! Have you started thinking about your garden yet? For my Popular Parenting Pinterest Pin Picks of the week, here are my top pins inspired by gardening. Popular Low-Cost Gardening Tips Growing your own garden need not be an expensive endeavor. Better Homes and Gardens offers 25 ideas for no-cost or […]
Post by Nicole Fabian-Weber. A new study has come out that claims that parents today are more aggravated than parents ten years ago. It's somewhat ironic, given that women and men today tend to be more emotionally in-tuned and spiritually-enlightened...Show More Summary
My mom is my hero — for many reasons, but in relation to this post, consider this: She cloth diapered without a washer and dryer. (And without a diaper service, it should be immediately stated; my parents were in Israel, where my father was in graduate school, and they had very little to live on.) She describes the experience, without a hint of acrimony, this way: READ MORE »
This is a guest contribution from Jennifer Louden. What I’m about to tell you is the most overlooked key to being a successful teacher – as well as a successful business owner, parent, writer, athlete, and all around happy human being. It’s the precursor to more sales, to repeat business, to turning customers into raving fans, [...]Show More Summary
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When you’re shooting upwards of twenty weddings a year, you start to take note of the patterns that emerge in weddings. In the past four years I’ve learned how to deal with everything from difficult parents, to drunk guests, and all that comes in between. Show More Summary
Between high school and college I went to school in England and stayed often with a family in London. The parents, Tim and Caroline Gladstone, were the kindest and best hosts I've ever encountered. Whenever I rang their doorbell, Caroline...Show More Summary
Parenting should be about the squeals on Christmas morning, turkeys drawn from hand tracings, and off-key singing in the back seat of the car, not potentially annoying or costly issues at tax time. With a big hat tip to the folks atShow More Summary
Cleaning the house when you have toddlers around can be challenging to say the least. Ironically, toddlers are the source of most of the messes in your home and also the reason it is so difficult to clean. Rest assured, […] Be the first to comment... Show More Summary
Molly Wood offers tips for parents to make their tablets and smartphones more child-friendly before handing them over.
Before I became a dad, I did what I felt was a lot of prep work. I talked with every mom and dad we knew, I read parenting books, I lurked on parenting websites to get tips on everything from diaper rash to night terrors. I'm the type...Show More Summary
If you are a parent or teacher of a child with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), this list is for you! Simple modifications and strategies implemented within the classroom can often make a big difference in a child's success...Show More Summary
Running a household is a stressful, full time job at the best of times– but when you’re running solo, it can make life and day-to-day activities especially challenging. As you’re a single parent, maintaining an organised home falls squarely on […] Be the first to comment... Show More Summary