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Monthly Archives: May 2022

  1. Managing the Highs and Lows of Traveling With a Toddler

    Managing the Highs and Lows of Traveling With a Toddler

    Vacationing is supposed to be a way to relax and unwind, especially while enjoying your time with family. However, when you’re traveling with a toddler, it’s not always easy to de-stress. As a parent, your responsibility is to keep your child safe while you travel, but it’s also important to keep them (and everyone else) as happy as possible.

     

    If it sounds easier said than done, don’t worry!

     

    It’s absolutely possible to manage your toddler while traveling and experience a fun-filled, relaxing vacation with your family. It just takes a bit of creativity, planning ahead, and some patience. However, as a parent, you’re probably used to utilizing those things in your everyday routine!

     

    With that in mind, let’s look at a few ways you can manage the highs and lows of traveling with a toddler.

    Making Safety a Priority

    While older kids can put safety measures into practice on their own, you have to take care of

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  2. Teach Your Child Financial Responsibility with These Free Printables

    Teach Your Child Financial Responsibility with These Free Printables

    Whether or not you give your child an allowance comes down to your parenting style. However, they can be a great way to start teaching your young ones about money management and financial responsibility.

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  3. Tips To Help You Balance Work and Parenting

    Tips To Help You Balance Work and Parenting

    If you are trying to balance parenting while working a demanding full-time job, you know how difficult it can be. You might feel like your wheels are always spinning, and you are unsure of what you need to do in order to feel like a good parent.

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  4. 5 Top Tips to Help Kids Learn at Home

    5 Top Tips to Help Kids Learn at Home

    Before the 2020 coronavirus pandemic, many parents never considered the possibility that their kids could stay at home and continue to learn. But life has a way of teaching us things we ought to know, so the pandemic came in, and parents were forced to play the role of teacher and principal. The kids had to continue learning at home to avoid brain drain because of the long school closure. Now that the pandemic has ended and schools have opened again, having the kids learn at home (in addition to the school learning) is a new reality. However, some parents still struggle to achieve this to date. 

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  5. What To Do When Kids Won't Sleep

    What To Do When Kids Won't Sleep

    When your kids have trouble sleeping, it not only can disrupt your own sleep as a parent but also lead to moodiness, clumsiness, and other issues caused by poor sleep. Here are some basic steps to take that should help your child to sleep more soundly.

    Examine Your Routine

    Bedtime routines are one of the most integral factors in successful sleep for children. You don't have to know how to fold a fitted sheet to know how to have a good bedtime routine. Bedtime routines can be very simple. An effective routine may be as simple as brushing teeth, using the toilet, putting on clean pajamas, and getting tucked into bed. You can always add things such as reading a story, rubbing your child's feet or back, or having a small cup of water. Just make sure to keep activities slow and mellow in order to promote a relaxed brainwave

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  6. The Most Common Home Humidity Levels That Can Trigger Allergies

    The Most Common Home Humidity Levels That Can Trigger Allergies

    The link between moisture/humidity and allergies is well documented. For example, moisture encourages the growth of mold, both indoor and outdoor. Dust mites also love humid air. All these could trigger allergies, and we all know that can make one’s life very difficult.

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  7. Why Celebrating Cultural Differences in a Transracial Adoption Is Important

    Why Celebrating Cultural Differences in a Transracial Adoption Is Important

    Transracial adoption is far from a new phenomenon, especially in the United States. However, as transracial adoptions become more mainstream — now making up 44% of all adoptions — parents and social workers are increasingly recognizing the prevalence of racism and microaggressions, even in the most well-meaning families.

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  8. 20 Ways to Teach Kids Kindness

    How to Teach Kids to Be Kind

    Iconic children’s show host, Mr. Rogers, said it best: children who are taught kindness in early childhood have tools for healthier relationships and personal success later in life. Rather than focusing solely on getting good grades and doing well in activities/sports, kids from an early age should be taught kindness and compassion.

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  9. Hope for Fatigued Parents of Special Needs Children

    Hope for Fatigued Parents of Special Needs Children

    Everyone experiences fatigue, but parents of special needs children often experience this to a greater degree. Caring for these kids can present physical, mental and emotional stresses that can directly cause exhaustion. Admitting that your children’s care can feel burdensome at times doesn’t mean you don’t love your kids; it just means that you are a human with limitations. So use the following information from Woombie to help recognize and treat signs of fatigue that can show up in even the most selfless and dedicated of parents.

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