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3 Tips for Returning to Work When Your Children Start School

3 Tips for Returning to Work When Your Children Start School

You may have had an extended break away from work due to the needs of your children. Returning to work can feel overwhelming once your youngest child has started school. You may find yourself with 6 or 7 hours of the day where you don't have that responsibility. When this time comes, you may decide that you want to apply for work or find ways to make yourself that much more employable. 3 Tips for Returning to Work When Your Children Start School Look into Education While you may have been employed before becoming a parent, that doesn't mean that…
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Back to School Tips for Neurodiverse Students

Back to School Tips for Neurodiverse Students

Back to School Tips for Neurodiverse Students For parents of neurodiverse kids, the “back to school” season usually brings with it one consistent emotion: feeling overwhelmed. Any kind of abrupt change, in general, can be difficult for learners with autism, ADHD, ODD, or other neurodiverse diagnoses. Tack on navigating a post-pandemic world, and you have a challenge that no one was prepared for. Parents, then, are left scrambling to find strategies to make this transition as easy as possible. But what exactly are those strategies? Back to School Tips for Neurodiverse Students If you find yourself feeling like this, take…
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Why Do We Need Cell Phone Parental Monitoring Apps?

The debate has now shifted; from discussing 'whether using a cell phone and screen time is healthy for children or not' to arguing 'whether parental apps are good for a child's cell phone monitoring or not.'    It makes sense. People are concerned about the adverse effects of any new invention. And cell phone parental monitoring apps, by not being in the use of everyone, are quite on the doubt list of many parents. The reasons are multiple. The traditional concept of parental control has been instilled in our minds so deeply that we feel it is the same whenever…
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7 Ways To Get Your Toddler To Interact With You

7 Ways To Get Your Toddler To Interact With You

7 Ways To Get Your Toddler To Interact With You Toddlers - they go from being clingy to being independent in the flick of a switch! It's part of their development. As they get older, they can entertain themselves more and more. It's a good thing! It's normal. However, it can be a little upsetting if your toddler doesn't seem interested in interacting with you at all. 7 Ways To Get Your Toddler To Interact With You Not only does it feel like you are being dismissed, but you also feel like it could be limiting their social development. In…
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Five Tips for Happier, Safer Car Journeys with Your Child

Five Tips for Happier, Safer Car Journeys with Your Child

Five Tips for Happier, Safer Car Journeys with Your Child  Road trips are an eye-opening and enlightening experience for kids of all ages. They offer lots of new experiences, sights, and foods, not to mention quality family time.  Five Tips for Happier, Safer Car Journeys with Your Child  However, traveling with kids can be an overwhelming endeavor. You have to deal with long packing lists, unpredictable schedules, and cranky kids, but that does not mean you shouldn’t experience a happier and safer journey with kids. Prepare well in advance.  When taking a car journey with your child, it is imperative…
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How to Throw The Perfect Party For Kids With Special Needs

How to Throw The Perfect Party For Kids With Special Needs

Typically, planning a party for kids can involve a lot of work. But what's trickier is when you're throwing a perfect party celebration for kids with special needs. In such a case, there are many things to keep in mind to ensure a great event. Unlike most children, you may have to consider their likes and dislikes in the planning so that they can feel much happier for their party.  How To Throw The Perfect Party For Kids With Special Needs Thus, to make sure you're throwing the right party for your kid with special children, below are a few…
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13 Essential Tips for How To Raise A Happy & Healthy Family

13 Essential Tips for How To Raise A Happy & Healthy Family

When you’re a mama, you will always want the best for your family. Nothing in the world can ever change that. But sometimes, we feel like we’re failing. Even when we’re really not and still doing a good job, we feel like we’re struggling. Because being a parent is hard work. And we’re never really sure if what we’re doing is the right thing. But with that aside, we all know that we want to raise a happy and healthy family. Yet, what do you do when you are not sure what that looks like? This Is How To Raise…
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3 Exercises to Promote Calming for Autistic Children

3 Exercises to Promote Calming for Autistic Children

It's tough to imagine the daily struggles of an Autistic child. They often struggle with being bullied, sidelined, and taken for granted. As a parent, seeing your child treated this way can be heartbreaking.  With certain preventative measures, you can enhance your child's socializing skills and overall mood. One such way is getting them to exercise.  3 Exercises to Promote Calming for Autistic Children It's free, improves your child's overall health, and could be fun if done correctly.  So, what are these exercises? How to do them?  Before such questions send you into a world of "This is so overwhelming,"…
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Family Divorce 101: 5 Ways To Support A Special Needs Child

Family Divorce 101: 5 Ways To Support A Special Needs Child

Going through a divorce is already hard enough, but having a special needs child who has to go through it with you is even harder than you could imagine. There'll be several issues and considerations you need to carefully negotiate with your ex-partners, such as visitation, support, and child custody. Of course, you all have to go through an emotional and psychological ordeal as the negotiation progresses. Caught Between Divorce And A Special Needs Child While divorces typically involve talking about issues concerning children, there are far more matters that you should discuss if you have a special needs child.…
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6 Top Tips on How to Set Boundaries for Your Children

6 Top Tips on How to Set Boundaries for Your Children

6 Top Tips on How to Set Boundaries for Your Children Parents know that it’s natural for children to test limits from time to time. It’s something that children know how to do naturally, such as reaching for something they shouldn’t or breathing. The benefit of your child pushing boundaries is that it’s an essential part of their growth to become independent and make decisions. 6 Top Tips on How to Set Boundaries for Your Children Every child needs to flex their boundaries by pushing, challenging you, and disagreeing with you so that they can showcase their individuality more as…
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