28th July 2020

Picture Day Outfit Ideas for Your Little One

Summer is ending soon and school days are just around the corner, which means Picture Day is back. Mark your calendar now and set a reminder on your phone. Otherwise, you might be stuck with Junior’s favorite ratty T-shirt for the year’s look. Your kid would probably be thrilled, but you’re the one paying for […]

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16th July 2020

5 Tips for Raising Emotionally Resilient Kids

Emotional resilience—the ability to “roll with the punches” in times of crisis or adversity—is an invaluable trait in life. Grown-ups who are emotionally resilient are less vulnerable to developing addictions, mental health disorders, and other stress-related health problems. Thankfully, emotional resilience is also a toolthat parents can give their children. With many kids, it may […]

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12th December 2019

Ensuring That Your Kids Pass Their Driving Test

At 45.8%, driving test pass rates are at the lowest level in the decade. Sadly, failing driving tests might have a larger implication than the extra cost of paying for another test. In case your teens failed due to inadequate training or unhealthy practice sessions, there is a chance that they may take some of […]

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14th October 2019

4 Postpartum Must-Haves For New Moms

As your big day approaches and you’re closer than ever to being a mom, you may start wondering what you’ll need to have a faster and smoother postpartum recovery.  One of the best things you can do for yourself as a new mother is to prepare yourself ahead of time by familiarizing yourself with what […]

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4th October 2019

Four kids’ books covering the important topic of gender

Books that teach kindness and acceptance are so important during a child’s early years. And books that inspire children to achieve whatever they want are fundamental in creating an inclusive and more equal world. These four books are trailblazers for the cause. Each of them discusses gender in their own unique way. Adults and children […]

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23rd August 2019

3 Tips To Prepare Your Teen For High School

With so many schools starting back up for the fall, a whole new group of teens is about to enter high school. For many of these teens, they’re likely both excited and scared about starting a new school and being the lowest on the totem pole.  Please follow and like us: […]

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26th February 2019

3 Types Of Toys To Buy For Your Toddler

If you have a toddler, you’re likely always on the lookout for things that will keep him or her entertained without having you feel like a lousy parent. While most kids love to sit and watch TV or videos, spending hours each day in this kind of activity isn’t good for your little one’s developing […]

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20th February 2019

How to Avoid Locking Your Kids in the Car

While raising kids is an extremely enjoyable experience, it also comes with plenty of scary moments. As a parent, you have to be prepared for everything including locking a young one in the car. In extreme cold or hot weather, it can be a life-threatening mistake. It’s important to set up a system to avoid […]

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