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Getting Your Kids Lives Back To Normal

Getting Your Kids Lives Back To Normal

Getting Your Kids Lives Back To Normal One thing that we can all agree on is that this last year has been, at the very least, pretty weird. Often, the focus is on how things have affected us with work and finances and all the various ways that isolation and social distancing have changed our lives. Getting Your Kids Lives Back To Normal However, far too often, many of us forget about how this last year has impacted our kids. The truth is that many of them have had to deal with all kinds of changes that they didn’t necessarily…
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5 Healthy Ways To Deal With Stress As A Parent

5 Healthy Ways To Deal With Stress As A Parent

Healthy Ways To Deal With Stress As A Parent Parenting is beautiful. There's no better feeling than hearing that first cry after your baby is born. That sense of wanting to put their happiness and well-being ahead of your own immediately kicks in. Their first words, first steps, big smiles, little laughs and endless hugs, their first injury, and even their stories from the first day of school, all paint a perfect picture of the precious moments you've spent with them—moments you'd give the world to relive over and over again. However, having children gives you an enormous responsibility. Dealing…
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How to Chose the Right Programming  Language for Your Child

How to Chose the Right Programming Language for Your Child

How to Chose the Right Programming Language for Your Child As if programming were not complicated enough already, choosing the right programming for your child can be challenging. You have to consider several things and do a lot of research so that your child can learn the best and most suitable language for them. How to Chose the Right Programming Language for Your Child Since this is the first programming language that your kid would learn, it would act as their starting point and would help provide a good foundation for them in the long run. With that, we have…
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What makes a good parent in today’s world?

What makes a good parent in today’s world?

What makes a good parent With the current uncertainty and crisis we're facing globally, it's becoming more and more challenging to make any personal decision. But what are we to do when there's an entire family to care for and a ton of issues to resolve daily? And everywhere we turn to, we get bombarded with millions of entirely contradictory statements. Conscious parenting is all the rave now, but there are still plenty of advocates supporting the traditional approach or some version of it. What makes a good parent in today's world? If you, too, are struggling to try to…
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Family Vacations are Essential & How You Can Get There

Family Vacations are Essential & How You Can Get There

As a direct result of the pandemic, Forbes stated that 72% of Americans decided not to go on a summer vacation in 2020, with 32% pushing for a summer 2021 trip. With restrictions settling down and growing knowledge and procedures created for travel safety, people feel more inspired than ever to take a much-needed family vacation. Family Vacations are Essential & How You Can Get There While most families might need a getaway, the real goal is achieving positive family comradery. From staying indoors, homeschooling, and many more added stressors the pandemic has brought us. Commonly, families have become tense.…
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Figuring out Divorce when You have Children with Special Needs

Figuring out Divorce when You have Children with Special Needs

Divorce when You have Children with Special Needs There is no doubt that divorce is one of the tough choices an individual makes. However, with children involved, it often gets ugly. When children see their parents fighting, it can affect their mental well-being. Children with special needs may find it even more challenging to accept the news and understand its implications. A divorce completely changes a child's life; it can make them feel isolated and confused. Figuring out Divorce when You have Children with Special Needs Divorce mediation will involve discussions around the property, assets, child custody, child support, etc.…
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6 Ways You to have a Special Christmas Despite COVID

6 Ways You to have a Special Christmas Despite COVID

Christmas is typically when you gather together with your loved ones, which poses a high risk of infection during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is too early to indicate how Christmas in the year 2020 will materialize. Still, it is impossible to rule out potential disruptions that we might encounter in the upcoming festive season. 6 Ways You to have a Special Christmas Despite COVID The coronavirus has left many worldwide with little to celebrate. With continuously changing blanket bans on gatherings, we can only guess as to what to expect. Here, we'll suggest some contingency plans for a social-distanced Christmas. …
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4 Steps to Host a Perfect Baby Shower By Mail

4 Steps to Host a Perfect Baby Shower By Mail

Baby Shower by Mail With heightened concern about doing much of anything outside our homes due to COVID-19, it's fair to say a lot of people have put plans, both big and small, on hold. Business trips have been canceled, weddings postponed, and even sports were put on pause for much of 2020. But there's one thing no one could delay: new babies arriving. Truthfully, there is no "normal" time to become a new parent. Right now, though? What a time to have your whole life change! Anyone who has had a baby this year is likely overwhelmed. And with…
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Obesity in Children: An Epidemic & A Change

Obesity in Children: An Epidemic & A Change

Here's the thing about childhood obesity. It's hard to notice the difference between baby fat, which the child will outgrow, and obesity until it becomes too late. If left untreated, pediatric obesity will become a real issue for you and your child.  In 2018, there were more than 40 million children globally under the age of five who were considered obese. And in the US, obesity in children is a real epidemic, which is proven by the following statistics:  Around 9.4% of children aged between two and five are obese, and 1.7% are seriously obese. The age group of six to 11 years…
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Children and Fast Food: How to Change Your Child’s Diet

Children and Fast Food: How to Change Your Child’s Diet

How does fast food contribute to obesity in children? There are health issues for children who eat fast food routinely. Find out how you can change your child's diet for the better! Obesity in children is on the rise. Unfortunately, the fast-food industry is there to stimulate it. With busy parents and the availability of junk-food options, children would rather eat out than at home. Most junk food restaurants use flavor enhancers to make their dishes more appealing. This makes fast food taste better than healthier versions, especially for kids. These flavor enhancers, such as monosodium glutamate (MSG), can also…
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