Stress Less – 5 Truths About Kids That Will Take The Pressure Off New Parents

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New parenthood is a daunting journey. Those who claim everything is instinctive have created unrealistic expectations for parents about to embark on this journey for the first time. Sometimes, nothing is instinctive, and new parents find themselves questioning whether they are capable of doing this. Take comfort in knowing that it’s normal to have these worries. Here are five truths about kids that will take the pressure off new parents:

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5 Cheap and Healthy Meals for Your Kids

What’s for dinner? If you’re a parent, you’re probably tired of hearing those three words. Coming up with a new meal every day that pleases the whole family and fits within the food budget is a constant challenge, but dinnertime can be easy if you keep it simple. Here are five cheap and easy meal ideas that are sure to please kids of all ages.

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4 Hobbies You Can Share With Your Kids

Being a parent is one of life’s greatest joys. As children grow, they develop their own skills, strengths, and hobbies. One way to create a strong bond and lasting memories with your children is to find ways that you can share your time, as well as continue to help your children learn and grow. This article will review a few fun ideas that you and your children can start doing today.

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How to Make Your Backyard Safer for Your Kids to Play In

A backyard is a nice feature that adds a pleasant aesthetic to any home, but it’s also a great way for your kids to enjoy the outdoors. There are multiple ways to set up any backyard with fun in mind, and an adult can keep an eye on the children at the same time. However, there are some potential safety concerns that might crop up in these areas. There are a few things you can do to minimize the risk of injury to your kids as they play.

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What Makes Private School Better for High Functioning Autistic Teens 

Raising a child with high-functioning autism is incredibly difficult. One of the struggles that parents have is making sure that their children get the proper education. Private school may be the best option for your teen. There are several reasons that you should choose a private school.

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4 Reasons Why Toys Are Beneficial To Child Development

Obviously, children love playing with toys all day long. 

Granted, toys can pose as distractions, as you try to communicate with your child, or get them to do something else. However, the good news is, toys aren’t 100% a distraction. In fact, toys can be learning tools for kids, since many provide at least some opportunity for children to learn. Yes, toys can enhance a child’s ability to:

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Stylish Fashion Tips for Kids

Fashion for kids is on the rise, and parents want their little ones to be stylish and stand out from other kids. If you are a stylish parent, fashion is very important for you, and you want to pass that love to your children. If your kids are a little older, maybe they expressed a wish to dress more nicely and flaunt their style at school or when hanging out with friends. Luckily, kids’ fashion has a lot of options for everybody’s taste. Read on to see our stylish fashion tips for kids.

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3 Healthy Recipes to Get Your Kids More Veggies

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Vegetables are an important part of a healthy diet. However, it’s not always easy to convince your kids to eat their veggies. Right now, let us take a close and detailed look at three healthy recipes to get your kids more veggies.

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Kids & Quarantine: 5 Tips For Parents Struggling To Homeschool Their Children

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As millions of parents navigate their way through school closures, distance learning can put pressure on those who are new to homeschooling or parents working from home.  

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