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The Brilliant Way to Bond with Baby!

The Brilliant Way to Bond with Baby!

When we come across amazing products that benefit families and children we just have to share them with you, our readers.  On average, we receive 3-5 products a day and only 1-2 out of every 5 make it to a blog feature.  We are picky and want to make sure we are providing you with(…)

CELEBRATING THE NEW YEAR WHEN YOU HAVE KIDS

CELEBRATING THE NEW YEAR WHEN YOU HAVE KIDS

Fun Tips from Mommy’s Time Out Wine Enjoying the New Year when you have children brings a new host of challenges, especially if you’re a newer parent.  The makers of Mommy’s Time Out Wine understand and have offered the following ideas: Keep it Simple; Celebrate at Home: Being a parent is stressful enough, but combine(…)

Enjoying the Parenting Roller Coaster

Enjoying the Parenting Roller Coaster

Parenting isn’t easy by any means and that’s why we strive to bring you great parenting resources. Move from reaction to positive actions that benefit the whole family with this latest parenting goldmine. Nurturing and Empowering Your Children through the Ups and Downs Parenting isn’t always the joy it’s made out to be. On the(…)

Parenting Expert Elise McVeigh Unveils Series of Children’s Books

Parenting Expert Elise McVeigh Unveils Series of Children’s Books

Former Etiquette Expert at Dallas Morning News Neighborsgo, Columnist for Parents Magazine and Principal, Elise McVeigh’s Manners, Offers Solutions and Advice to Young and Old On Every Day Manners Just in time for the holiday season, Parenting and Manners Expert Elise McVeigh has unveiled a series of new children’s books. The five books are brand(…)

Book a Day December:  Meet Ellie the Weinerdog

Book a Day December: Meet Ellie the Weinerdog

How To Help Children Stay Off The Naughty List Year-Round It’s that time of year again when beleaguered parents constantly remind disobedient children that it’s more important than ever to do the right thing. Otherwise, they could end up on Santa’s notorious naughty list – the one specially reserved for kids who fight with siblings,(…)

Overcoming Attention Deficit to Thrive

Overcoming Attention Deficit to Thrive

“Has trouble concentrating” and “does not work up to potential” found their way home on many of my report cards. I’m guessing I would have been diagnosed with ADD if there had been such a thing way back then. My stepson was diagnosed with ADHD and ODD (oppositional defiant disorder) when he was in elementary(…)