All Blog Posts Tagged 'Parents' (26)

Tips For The Parents Of Preschoolers

Every parent wonders about how to make their toddler just a tad better than the rest. Even there are times when your child behaves badly at home but nicely outside. Moms.com has the answer to this. What your child does is that they test their limits with you. This is because your baby loves you and knows that you love them back equally. But don’t let all this love flowing in the middle stop you from getting the best out of your child. Here are a few…

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Added by Julia Gomes on September 19, 2014 at 3:00am — 1 Comment

5 Things My Italian Parents Taught Me About Food

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My parents doing what they loved most, cooking a good meal.

Like many adult children, the older I get, the more time I spend reflecting on my parents' life and the many traditions they passed along to me and my siblings. Raised in Chicago, my parents were Italian-Americans who grew up with the same traditions that have been passed down in…

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Added by Lisa Lori on February 21, 2014 at 4:08pm — No Comments

Be responsible "PARENTS"

I work in social services and had a 12 yr old who was recommended to attend a Magnetic Program during high school. I provided his mother with the application about a month ago and informed her of the date and time the application must be submitted. I followed up about a week before the application was due and his mother informed me that he has not completed it but she will have him do it over the weekend. I advised her that he will need some assistance.

The day before the application…

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Added by kmarie on February 18, 2012 at 3:25pm — No Comments

Keeping The Memory Alive: How We're Creating a Bond Between My Son & The Grandpa He Never Got To Meet

Today, just like every day Connor reached up toward our wall of frames and pointed to the picture of my husband as a little boy on the beach with his father.  We pick him up so he can see it and say “There’s Daddy when he was your age with Grandpa.”…

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Added by Brigid Hines on January 30, 2012 at 1:11pm — No Comments

Parents: Have You Told Your Kids?

 

Scan of a Valentine greeting card dated 1909.

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In only a few weeks it will be Valentine’s Day.

I’ve been asked to write a special letter to my children about how I met their…

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Added by Vivian Kirkfield on January 23, 2012 at 4:46pm — No Comments

Getting the Family On Board with Chores

When it comes to cleaning and organizing your home, sometimes it is just easier to do things yourself.  Sometimes your kids just don’t know how to do it right.  But as you know by now, your kids are little sponges and soak up habits, good and bad, quickly.  Take time out to show your kids how to complete tasks… Continue

Added by Christy Lingo on October 31, 2011 at 9:57pm — No Comments

New FBI App Helps Parents When Kids go Missing

August 9, 2011

Remember turning around in the store and suddenly your child wasn’t there? Usually you find them within moments, but that sick feeling in the pit of your stomach reminds you that not every parent will be so lucky.  Every year thousands of children become victims of crime – whether it’s through kidnappings, violent attacks, or sexual abuse, according to the FBI’s Crimes…

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Added by Linda Criddle on August 20, 2011 at 5:30am — No Comments

HOT DEAL ALERT - $4 for 1 Yr Parents Mag Subscription!

Thanks to the folks at Purex and Parents Magazine - I have been provided with an awesome deal for my readers. Hurry! Get a 1-Year subscription to Parents Magazine for only $4  - Yes you read that right!! A whole year for FOUR DOLLARS!…



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Added by Angela on July 13, 2011 at 10:25pm — No Comments

City Slicker or Suburban Soccer Mom?

**Full disclosure: I live in the city, though I do envy my friends who have those cute, main floor powder rooms that you get in many suburban homes** …



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Added by Samantha Kemp-Jackson on June 30, 2011 at 4:37pm — No Comments

Baby Sign Language: First Baby Signs

Signing for babies is very rewarding and fun, but every parent wants to know which signs are the best to start with

          The most common sign that parents, who are not taking classes, choose to start signing is MORE. Be aware-vague signs like MORE might be…
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Added by Etel Leit on May 25, 2011 at 5:30pm — No Comments

N.J. Parents Move to Abolish Homework

Several New Jersey high schools have already instituted No Homework For Holidays, but that isn't satisfying everyone as some N.J. Parents Move to Abolish Homework all together.



N.J. Parents Move to Abolish Homework



In Maplewood, New Jersey high school students are in an uproar about having what they consider too much homework and their parents are joining the protest.  But, they don't want it lowered - they want it gone.



"“Two or three hours,” freshman Maddy Reichman told… Continue

Added by Kenda @ RemakingJuneCleaver.com on May 20, 2011 at 10:36am — No Comments

Lasting Impressions (The Story of Grant)

I recently had a discussion with an impressive high school senior who attends an unimpressive high school.  Feel free to pass this around to parents who have school age children if you like it.  All the best and Merry Christmas!!!

 

Clay

Tantrums, Troubles, and Treasures

Added by Clayton.Thomas on December 24, 2010 at 1:33pm — No Comments

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Parent To Parent Network is a place for parents to come together and discuss common issues and share our personal stories revolving around our adventures in parenthood.



Because our parenting network is about support, it is important to include a section where we can show our support for our entrepreneurial parents. Many of us have created and developed some amazing businesses... Lets support each other by visiting our Parent To Parent Network businesses…

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Added by Kristy Canton on November 21, 2010 at 12:25pm — No Comments

National Writing For Children Center Author Showcase

National Writing For Children Center Virtual Book Tours All Week Long!!

From November 19th to November 23rd I will be hosting another wonderful Author Showcase sponsored by the National…

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Added by Kristi Bernard on November 16, 2010 at 2:46pm — No Comments

Not So Eco Friendly

Something…

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Added by Nan Martin on October 22, 2010 at 10:48pm — No Comments

Why raising bilingual children is "a must"...

(reposted from www.aupairsalon.com)

A spare hour between two meetings today called for catching up on e-mails with a delicious latte made with locally roasted coffee at Carolina Roasters... nothing like the comforting smell and delicious taste of freshly roasted coffee to boost my productivity level! More often than not, I associate a place, its warmth and smell with events and… Continue

Added by Nadia Price on September 9, 2010 at 3:00pm — 2 Comments

Thankfully, I only look like a minor dork

A few weeks ago ParentsAsk.com floated out an open casting call to the online community. Basically, they were looking for moms interested in asking their panel of experts a parenting question....on video. I got in contact with ParentsAsk.com and was all...I’m totally doing this raising kids thing all wrong....pick me, pick me! I mean, if you’re looking for a slack-jawed-clueless-mom then I’m your woman!



Apparently, my parenting ineptitude, as is documented… Continue

Added by BuenoBaby on June 22, 2010 at 3:10pm — No Comments

My Best Baby Food Making Tips!

Riley Eating Baby Food I thought that maybe on this Toddler Tuesday, I would travel off the beaten path of cute baby pics and

videos, to bring you a few tips regarding making your own baby food at

home. You see, somewhere along the way I got it into my head that I

would never serve Riley any store bought baby food. I had always heard

how expensive that stuff was and how easy making your own baby food

really is. Also, I…

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Added by Melissa Cleaver on April 13, 2010 at 2:40am — No Comments

From One Stay-At-Home Mom to Another ~ MY #1 TIP FOR SURVIVING THIS ECONOMY!

Entering Sweepstakes Making Ends Meet and Surviving this Economy Greetings everyone! I hope you're having a great week so far. I wanted to write this post because I decided to

take this blog in a little different direction. Actually, a few days

out of every week, I am going to be dedicating myself to helping those

of you out there do a little better in this tough economy, by sharing

some tips that I have found to be EXTREMELY FRUITFUL! I want to turn

you on to a way to stretch your…

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Added by Melissa Cleaver on April 7, 2010 at 3:57am — No Comments

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