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The children are running around the kitchen. The dog is barking it at the door and dinner should have been on the table thirty minutes ago. It’s a common scenario in many households come dinner time. The reason that most meal times don’t always go smoothly may because dinner the last thing on your mind […]

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Are you looking for ways to keep craft time with your children simple and fun? If so, I hope you will put some of the following suggestions to use.

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Moms all over the world have a difficult time managing their children. Often, they blurt out unnecessarily at children in their anger and thereafter resent their actions. Moms try not to spoil the moods of their children but sometimes circumstances beyond anyone’s control get the better of moms and they are unable to put up with the mischief and disobedience of their children.

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One thing that makes Easter extra special are decorated Easter cookies. Here are some tips on putting smiles on the faces of your little ones or friends this Easter season.

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I LOVE great literature and believe passionately in the power of a great book to inspire us toward greatness, teach those facts in a palitable manner, and feed our hungry minds with great ideas, there has still been a constant battle with distractions from our beloved typical family reading time.

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From time to time all children display some form of oppositional behavior, usually when stressed, tired or hungry. They may argue, talk back, disobey, and defy authority figures (parents, teachers, and other adults).   However, openly difficult and hostile behavior becomes a serious concern when it is consistent and affects the child’s social, family, and academic […]

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