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Helping Your Child Develop His Own Independence

Helping Your Child Develop His Own Independence

Helping Your Child Develop His Own Independence According to BabyCenter.com's article, Developmental Milestones, “At around 6 or 7 months, your baby begins to realize that he's separate from you and that you can leave him alone (for a short period ...

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5 Legitimately Funny Books to Read  with Your Kids

5 Legitimately Funny Books to Read with Your Kids

Brought to you by Brightly, a new resource to help parents grow readers.How many kids' books have ever made you straight up LOL? I can't count all the great children's books that have made me smile or even tear up ...

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"Connect the Webs" Halloween Activity

"Connect the Webs" Halloween Activity

This activity is an easy addition to a classroom party or even an afternoon at home! Here's what you need: Pieces of paper Black marker 3 pieces of Halloween candy for each activity sheet Here's what you do: Create 3 ...

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Boost Your Toddler's Brain Development

Boost Your Toddler's Brain Development

As a parent we are always wondering - what can we do to help our child? We are told that 85% of brain growth occurs during the first 3 years of life and that this is a is critical time ...

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Tortellini Soup

Tortellini Soup

There's nothing better on a cool fall evening than a warm bowl of soup! This Pinterest-inspired recipe is easy and tasty. Start it in the morning and it will be ready to eat before or after late afternoon activities.Ingredients 2 ...

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Is Your Child Ready for a Cell Phone?

Is Your Child Ready for a Cell Phone?

Last Christmas, a Massachusetts mother gave her 13-year-old son an iPhone for Christmas, along with an 18-point contract that he had to sign in order to use it. The first rule on the list: "It is my phone. I bought ...

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