Healthy Sleep Habits; How Many Hours Does Your Child Need?
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Healthy Sleep Habits; How Many Hours Does Your Child Need?

Sleep is incredibly important for children. It plays a critical role in their health and well-being. Most parents are aware of the fact that their kids need more sleep than they do. Therefore they focus on building up healthy sleep habits by supplementing their diet with melatonin gummies for kids. Many parents don't know how many…

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Creative Eating with Toddlers
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Creative Eating with Toddlers

Being a mom these days can be quite challenging. Unlike never before, moms are under pressure to do things the right way. While the internet and social media can help find parenting ideas, it can also become an unrealistic way to compare ourselves. We only see a tiny glimpse of real-life online, and many times…

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5 Daily Drug Relapse Prevention Tips
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5 Daily Drug Relapse Prevention Tips

When an individual goes into full recovery regarding drug abuse, then a round of congratulations is definitely in order. However, they should be aware that drug addiction is considered a chronic disease just as much as heart disease, asthma, diabetes, or even cancer. Chronic diseases, such as drug addiction, will require lifelong maintenance to continue…

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How To Raise a Strong and Confident Communicator
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How To Raise a Strong and Confident Communicator

As a parent, you’ll feel proud when your child can speak confidently with his friends, teachers, and even strangers. Nothing will make you happier than seeing your child getting into serious discussions with other children or when you see your child asked to perform certain special activities during open school days. A child who knows…

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Top 7 Sleeping Solutions for Newborn Baby
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Top 7 Sleeping Solutions for Newborn Baby

Having a baby is always an exciting experience, but it also comes with many challenges and hard work. A newborn baby needs to sleep 12-13 hours on average in a day. Therefore, you need to put your effort into buying some of the best accessories that will help your baby sleep properly. Here are some…

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A Mom Reflects on Motherhood During a Pandemic
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A Mom Reflects on Motherhood During a Pandemic

The day in the life of a mom during the pandemic is just a little bit crazier than the day in the life of a mom before the quarantine. We've still got a million things to do. We still forget to make time for ourselves. Most of all, we still get those snuggles at bedtime. This is…

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Advice for Moms: How to Organize Proper Study Space for Your Child
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Advice for Moms: How to Organize Proper Study Space for Your Child

We all know how easy it is to get distracted when you are working or studying at home. Even for grown-ups, it is sometimes difficult to stay focused and finish their tasks at one sitting, let alone a child. Due to the COVID threat, many schools have been closed or, at least, allow parents to…

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Castor Oil to Induce Labor – Yes it works {How I Used It}

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As I mentioned in Jackson's birth story, after 10 days of prodromal labor -- and with my doctor's permission -- I used castor oil to naturally induce labor. Despite all the horror stories I'd heard and read, it actually worked pretty perfectly for me, so I thought I'd kick off this series by sharing how…

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Ways Parents Can Reduce the Likelihood of Teenage Rebellion
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Ways Parents Can Reduce the Likelihood of Teenage Rebellion

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The dynamics in a parent-child relationship change dramatically during the teenage years. Parents must learn how to loosen the reigns providing their teens with the independence they need to evolve as human beings. Most parents would agree this is a difficult transition to make. Too much freedom leaves your impressionable and naive teenager vulnerable to…

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How Do You Transition Babies to Their Nurseries?
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How Do You Transition Babies to Their Nurseries?

When it comes to infants, they’re a load to handle. Many don’t realize that they can’t just be put into their nursery – you need to watch over them for a while. When you transition babies to their nurseries, it can be stressful. Thankfully, there are tips that you can utilize. We discussed four of…

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