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    • 1.

      Learning Sound Parenting Skills is Essential

      by Morgan Hamilton - 2006-12-06
      It can be shocking to see how irresponsible some parents can be. I have observed many irresponsible acts in public that make me think that people should undergo testing and examinations before they ar...
    • 2.

      Helping Your Kids Crack the Homework Code

      by Dayna Palmer - 2006-12-07
      It seems that in today's day and age we expect so much from our children in school, in sports and at home. It also seems like our children's teachers are expecting a lot from our children both in the...
    • 3.

      10 Disney Movies Every Mom Should Watch

      by Dayna Palmer - 2006-12-07
      1. Peter Pan - Remember what it is like to be a kid and dream wonderful dreams. As adults we often don't seem to remember dreaming or our dreams are about work or family issues. It is time to get ba...
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      The Story of Our Southern Biscuits (And The Recipe)

      by Dayna Palmer - 2006-12-07
      I was in the kitchen today with my mother-in-law (who I like very much J) and she was making homemade Southern biscuits (which I LOVE very much!!) She makes them from scratch…not out of a box….which ...
    • 5.

      Teaching Our Children about Community Service

      by Dayna Palmer - 2006-12-07
      I am so tired of picking up the same toys in my house day after day. Now, I realize that my children are young (5, 3 and 1) but picking up their toys after a day of playing is not too much to expect ...
    • 6.

      Defeating the Homework Blues

      by Mark Lakewood - 2007-02-15
      Is it a struggle and a challenge getting your kids to complete their daily homework? Do you get frustrated and dread homework time? If you answered yes to either of these questions, this article ...
    • 7.

      The rate of technological development

      by JeffE - 2007-02-22
      Is your child attracted to TV clips of kids gone wild, violent movies, and video games? Is your child bullying other kids and loving it? Why not turn your school bully into a child with character?I...
    • 8.

      The Only Question With The GPS Child Locator Is Where To Wear It.

      by Ann Marier - 2007-03-26
      So I was watching the local news the other day, and it revealed an Amber alert. Apparently a 4 year old child was abducted inside a shopping mall. Police did not know the whereabouts of the child just...
    • 9.

      How Role Playing Moral Dilemmas Turn Family Meetings into Family Fun

      by Jean Tracy - 2007-03-31
      Kids love to role play. When kids role play moral dilemmas, they get practice dealing with life's challenges. If you'd like to help your kids develop strong moral backbones, consider discussing dilemm...
    • 10.

      Playful Parenting Gives Your Child A Carefree Atmosphere In The Home

      by Ann Marier - 2007-04-10
      Do you and your child enjoy each other's company? If you are one of those parents who get along well with their children, then you are on the right track. According to experts, playful parenting is on...