How to Create a Love for Reading in Your Children

Reading is a pastime that can enrich people for life. It can also be extremely engaging and enjoyable. If you want your kids to be passionate readers forever, it can help to start them with the hobby while they’re young. Thankfully, there are all sorts of things you can do to encourage your little ones to love picking up books of all kinds.

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Tips for Planning a Family Fun Night


Some of the greatest gifts you can give your children are love and attention. Sure, they like toys, but ultimately, they want to know you care. Sometimes, as the dishes pile up and the work mounts, it’s hard to dedicate time to their emotional needs. It’s easier to let them play on a tablet or watch a show. Set a goal to have a family day. Don’t spend a ton of money. Put the cell phones and individual electronics away, and enjoy some old-fashioned playtime together.

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5 Useful Tips for Parents of Teen Wrestlers

If you are the parent of a teen who participates in teen wrestling at school, then you should have concerns about your child’s safety. Today, there are safety devices for all types of sports to prevent temporary or permanent injuries. Here are some of the things that you can buy or do to protect your son while he is wrestling.
Mouth Guard for His Teeth
It is essential to protect your child’s teeth and gums while he is wrestling. A dentist or an orthodontist can collect X-rays or molds of your son’s teeth and mouth to create customized mouth guards. Your son should wear the mouth guards during his practices and competitions to avoid an injury to the gums or teeth. It is important to remember that the mouth guards can degrade, or alternatively, the size of your son’s mouth can change, requiring a new mouth guard to protect his teeth. 

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Does My Teen Need Wisdom Teeth Removal? 4 Ways to Tell

Getting wisdom teeth removed is a normal thing for many teens and adults. However, it isn’t always easy to tell if you should schedule an appointment to have your teen’s wisdom teeth taken out. The process isn’t complex, but it can be an uncomfortable one, and not everyone necessarily has to have theirs removed. We’ll show you a few tips on how to tell if and when your teen needs their wisdom teeth removal done.

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5 Reminders for Parents Who Travel for Work

Being away from your child is something no parent wants to experience. However, there are times when you might have to travel for work. As such, you might start to question if you are doing the right thing. Rest assured, it’s perfectly normal to feel this way.

Set up a Time to FaceTime

While you’re out and about, you can still communicate with your child. However, this doesn’t mean to simply have the intention to use FaceTime or Skype. Instead, schedule a time to chat. Without having a set time to talk, schedules can get a bit messy and you may miss a few calls. Try to find gaps in your schedule that you can use as free time to spend time with your child.
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5 Time Saving Secrets to Running Errands With a Newborn

You’ve waited nine long months for your bundle of joy to arrive. Now, after you and baby had time to bond, it’s time to set out on your first shopping expedition. However, running errands with a newborn is a very time-consuming task. But don’t worry! Here are five tips for running errands with a newborn baby!

Time Matters

Long gone are the days of simply grabbing your purse and rushing out the door. Now that you have a baby, you’re on their schedule and going to the store is your second priority. It’s highly recommended that you go to the store right after fulfilling your baby’s needs. Babies tend to get rather fussy whenever they’re tired or hungry, so make sure you feed and change them before leaving.
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Avoid Kicking and Screaming: 4 Kid-Friendly Ways to Participate in Spring Cleaning

There’s a fresh feeling in the air and actual sunlight hitting the ground, which means it’s springtime! While you’re waiting on those May flowers and hoping that the April showers ease up, it’s a good time to do some cleaning, and an even better time to get your kid or teen involved. Worried about their reaction? We’ve got a few things you can try.

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Parent of a Child with a Disability? How to Prepare for the Future

It can be hard to see your child struggling, especially when they struggle with something they cannot control like a disability. When it looks like a child will not be able to live independently later on, as well, then the future can seem bleak. As parents, we may not always be able to be there for our children, but here are a few ways you can make sure your child with a disability will have the support they need despite their circumstances.

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Screen Savers – 5 Strategies to Get Your Kids Off Their Devices

It’s a conflict many parents today are a lot more familiar with than they’d like to be; peeling the kids away from the screen. Whether it’s the television screen, smartphone, tablet, video game console or a combination of screens, the struggles are real. Here are five strategies to help you get your kids off their devices and back to reality.

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