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Inspirational figures your kids will look up to

When a person has a profound level of success in the business world, they can sometimes use this success to help others achieve their hopes and dreams. Investment in great up and coming companies gives entrepreneurs the tools they need to succeed and grow their own businesses. On the other side, the investor can experience fantastic returns on their initial investment. This is a
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What Are the Various Treatments for Cerebral Palsy in Babies

Cerebral palsy is the term used for a number of neurological disorders that are caused by the central nervous system and brain. The condition involves the parts of the brain that are responsible for the control of muscles, and it can occur when something happens that causes damage or abnormal development in the brain. Although the condition is incurable, the right cerebral palsy treatment
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6 Steps to Take to Help your Toddler Make the Move from a Cot to a Bed

Knowing exactly when your toddler should be making the transition from their cot to a bed can often be guess work. There is no ‘right’ time to do this but one indicator can be when you feel that your ‘little’ one is perhaps a little too big for their cot. Thankfully though, what is a bit more certain is how you can go about
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The Parent’s Guide To Creating A Family Focused Lounge

I may not be an interior designer, but I do know a few things about creating a comfortable, stylish, child-friendly, home. For many families, especially families with younger children, the living room is the hub of the home. But what happens when your living room isn’t as family-friendly as you would like it to be? If your living room isn’t as family-focused as you
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After School Child Care

After school programs can be a great way for kids to explore their interests. It provides them with a sense of independence while still maintaining a safe, nurturing atmosphere. Often, when parents have to work longer than their child is in school, the child ends up sitting around at home with little guided activity. Left to their own devices, many children end up spending
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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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Fluoride Treatments and Kids

In recent years, the use of fluoride treatments in children’s dental hygiene has been met with some concern. How much is enough; and can it become a potential health issue for a child if too much is ingested?  However, a fundamental understanding of what fluoride is, how much is needed and what it does, should help dispel any misunderstandings that may be prevalent regarding
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Tips for making sure your kids get a good night’s sleep

Good sleep is essential to your child’s development and wellbeing. When a child does not get the rest they need, it can result in a variety of behavioural and academic problems. Lack of sleep can mean lower test scores and increased irritability toward family and peers. Here are some tips for making sure your child gets the best night of sleep possible. Avoid foods
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How To Beat Those Parenting Blues

As a Mom with young kids, there are times when you just need a bit of space or a breather. It’s not their fault they are so demanding. Until we have our own, we never realised how excessive some of our demands on poor mom really were. But our moms did what we are doing – taking a break. Five minutes out of the
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Ultimate Guide To Supporting Your Little League

School age kids come with a lot of baggage. It seems there are so many clubs and sports they can participate in these days. If you ever feel like all your money is being spent on kits and equipment for their extracurricular activities, then you are not alone. Having an interest in lots of different pursuits is very healthy for a child, even if
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