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View nick rauge Preparing Your Toddler for School 7/19/2007 There are inevitabilities when it comes to being a parent, and one is sending your child off to school for the very first time. For many kids, their first experience with school is actually play-school, where the structure is relaxed and most of the learning centers on how to share with others.
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View Roberto Bell Residential treatment programs bring about a revolution of thought 12/12/2008 Is your house becoming a war zone because of the rebellious attitude of your teenage child? Parents that have a teenager with a rebellious spirit in their house can be overwhelmed with the problems and frustration that he can cause. Although most parents try everything from the kindest of words to the language of the iron fist but at times everything seems to fail. When all else fails then maybe its time you consider seeking professional help.
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View Debby Banning Teach Your Kids To Save For Their Retirement Now 9/14/2007 As a parent it is your role to teach your child how money works. Your child must learn that work = money. A small investment for your child while he/she is young could make them a lot of money for their retirement.
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View sophieanne1213 The Adopted Child 2/16/2010 Many consider that children, at an early stage, should be told that they are adopted. Studies have shown that by the age of three (3), a child is old enough to understand the story behind his or her adoption. When telling the story behind the adoption, it is important not to criticize the child's birth mother. The child's self-esteem is being built up when they are told that his or her birth mother is a good person and is capable of loving.
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View Sonia Sood The reasons why older babies cry. 4/1/2008 From the age of about three months, babies become more aware of their surroundings and start to be much more communicative. By now you are likely to be able to recognise your baby's distinctive cries, for instance when (s) he is hungry, tired, or needs changing. However, now your baby will cry from boredom, anxiety, frustration and teething. Whilst identifying the cause of your baby's crying will again require a process of trial and error, the following may be of help;
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