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5 Myths About Good Parenting

5 myths about good parenting. You know the looks you get from the other parents. The judgmental glares, stares, and rolling of the eyes from the “know-it-all parents” whose kids are perfect.  Well, guess what? There is no such thing as a perfect parent or child. Here are 5 myths you’ll want …

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Tips for Feeding a Picky Child

At some point in most children’s lives, they become a picky eater. Whether it’s the color, flavor, or texture of the offending foods, it can be very frustrating for a parent. Some days you may even wonder if your child will eat anything at all. In a preferred diet of …

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Training the Fussy Eater

[ad_1] Toddlers can be fussy eaters who refuse to try a new food at least half of the time. Approximately half of all toddlers fit this description, so it is no wonder that food issues are a source of stress for parents. Establishing healthy eating patterns is important to avoid problems …

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5 Ways to Build a Successful Marriage

[ad_1] Marriage almost always brings two completely different people together. Unsurprisingly, conflicts can happen, but implementing small, simple steps can help strengthen your marriage. These  tips will help you to promote a happy, healthy marriage. 1. Learn to deal with problems Challenges arise in the happiest marriages, and disagreements can …

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The Benefits of Outdoor Play For Preschoolers

[ad_1] In the modern world of games consoles and interactive toys, it’s easy to overlook the importance of outdoor play. It’s a big world outside of the classroom, and playing outdoors has a lot of offer. With the current trend of rising obesity rates in children, it has never been …

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How to Teach Your Child to Be More Responsible

[ad_1] Teaching children responsibility is one of the jobs you have as a parent. It’s daunting to think about but necessary. Many adults don’t understand responsibility, not for themselves, their finances or for anyone else. But teaching your child about accountability doesn’t have to be impossible. It doesn’t even have …

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