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Feeling like your son isn't as organized as you'd like him to be? Here's a great blog entry by Michael Thompson, Ph.D (co-author Raising Cain).
Thank you for the email question about your disorganized nine-year-old. It made me smile to hear that the boy was so very much like his father. I suspect that you are not the first woman who has managed both a disorganized son
What other moms and dads have to say about how they spend time, memorable time, together.
At what age should kids be spending their own money on gifts for other people?
Help?! SICK OF BULLYING! We're hearing from so many of you about this... still. So, share with others here - how should the parents of a child being bullied talk to/confront the 'Bullies' parents. - AND, if you're the parent of the bully - how are you supposed to handle it?
Children should begin potty training usually between 18 months and 3 years of age.
they're ready include; staying dry for 2 hours at a time, having
regular bowel movements, being uncomfortable and wanting to change dirty
diapers, wanting to use the potty chair, or wanting to wear big boy or
...girl underwear. If your child begins to tell you about having a dirty
diaper you should praise him/her and encourage
Is it time to start potty training your son or daughter? Start here! Great tips on getting started, from a pediatric..
Here's your healthy kid alert - there's a new study showing there may be a link between childhood obesity, and heart disease.
It's a UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA study, and the kids who were most obese had signs of an inflammatory marker... which can predict future heart disease.
The numbers are off the charts. The first lady is even tackling the issue. Watch for information on childhood obesity..
What? College? But I'm only 14!
If you have a child entering high school this year, or is already a sophomore-senior... You are going to LOVE our new blogger, Marie Morris!
Marie will break down for us, each month - each year - what you (yes, you need to be involved!) and your teen needs to be doing to get into college!
Backpacks mean back-to-school. Sure, some kids are sticking with last year's model-- or getting a hand-me down-- but, for thousands of kids-- a new backpack is part of their back to school supplies.Most choose their backpacks for the style-- color-- catchy sayings or ...sparkles. But-- that's far from what's important-- because your child's health should also play a part in that decision.Doctors say there is a right way and wrong way to wear a back pack. First of all, a backpack should have two straps. A so-called messenger bag like this one which is sometimes preferable for high school and college students because you can slide a laptop into it easily-- is the WORST choice. It puts too much strain on the neck, and can cause neck pain. For more click on the link below... http://www.parentingtoday.tv/episodes/Did-you-buy-the-right-backpack/873.html
Enjoy the HOT weekend! What's still on your 'Family time TO-DO list' this summer?
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