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Help Your Kids Create Amazing Memories With These Awesome Activities

What are your memories of being a child? It’s guaranteed they won’t be of that movie you watched when you were snowed in. In fact, it will more than likely to be the experience of being snowed in. The point is that kids build their memories with experiences. They never remember the day-to-day stuff that you do. And if you want them to have
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3 Great Ideas to Keep Your Kids Busy on a Rainy Day

Having energetic and excitable children running around the house can be exhausting. On the weekends or the school holidays, you can often rectify this by taking the kids out on trips. Maybe you can go to the park or travel to the local zoo. But the problem is, what do you do when the weather is bad? Kids don’t want to be cooped up
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How We Made An Amazing Playroom For Our Children

Making a playroom was one of our best ideas in a long time! As the kids grew older, they started to treat the entire house like a playground. They were climbing on kitchen surfaces, jumping on the furniture and there were toys everywhere. We’d start finding Buzz Lightyear toys in the weirdest places! Sound familiar? We needed to do something, so we created a
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Springtime Fun and Games Your Kids Will Love

Spring is the best season; there is no doubt about that. The air is getting warmer, and the kids are ready to burn off the energy that they have been storing up all winter. Most kids love to get outside and feel the fresh air. They are desperate to get into the garden and play. There are some fantastic games that you and the
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5 Incredible Gadgets That Will Help Your Kids Develop New Skills

What your children do when they are young has a critical impact on how they develop. If you teach your kids things right now, you will find that they can absorb almost any information you throw at them. During the developmental stage (when your kids are between three and ten), children can learn all manner of things. Now is the time to start educating
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Fantastic Ways to Teach Your Kids Responsibility

When you become a parent, you gain more responsibilities in your life. It’s important to look after your children and raise them to become the men and women of tomorrow. As a parent, you want your kids to turn out as well as they can. Your children are going to change as they grow, and you need to do all you can to ensure
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3 Activities For Quality Family Time

You spend a lot of time with your partner and children, but how much of this can you really call quality time? Unfortunately, while juggling the many and competing pressures of everyday life, quality family time is not that easy to come by. Additionally, if you have teenagers, you might feel quite distant from them as they go through this often challenging time of
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Why Your Kids Will Change And What You Can Do About It

Kids are wonderful to have around. They seem so naturally cheerful and playful, and exhibit the very best of human nature. They love a cuddle and find everything so fascinating and fun. It’s great to get down on the floor and join in with their games, and examine up close every little nook and cranny in your home. To be a child again would
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The Wish List: Everything You Need For Your Children’s Bedroom

I am no interior designer, but I do know a thing or two about decorating kids’ bedrooms. Making a bedroom that your children will love is harder than it first sounds. If you don’t plan what you need in the room, you could find that the project becomes expensive fast. Whenever I am about to start a new project like this one, I like
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Why Your Teen Is Upsetting You

Living with a tricky teen can be hell. They can be rude and sullen. Your teen probably frequently fails to make eye contact with you or acknowledge that you have spoken to them. To aid this, they have purchased the world’s biggest pair of headphones to drown you out and give them an excuse not to acknowledge you. For most teens, this is their
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