4 Ways To Strengthen The Love For Your Partner

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4 Ways To Strengthen The Love For Your Partner

Posted on29. Aug, 2012 by .

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Relationships are hard work, they’re a never-ending quest to ensure the happiness of one another. It’s also no secret that your relationship with your other half can sometimes fall to the waste side when you have kids. All the hussle and bustle of everyday life with your children has a tendency to put your marriage […]

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3 Car Seat Mistakes Parents Make

Posted on28. Aug, 2012 by .

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Not only is keeping your child in a car seat the law, but it’s incredibly crucial to your child’s safety while they are out and about in the car. It’s true that the car seat laws and regulations change so often that it’s hard to keep up with recalls and front facing, rear facing, and […]

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4 Things To Do To Move Your Family Forward In A Positive Way

Posted on20. Aug, 2012 by .

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It’s easy to feel like our family falls into a routine on a daily basis. It can seem as if you’re simply passing each other by without really feeling involved and a genuine part of what’s going on in everyone’s life. It’s no secret that the family that plays together stays together, so here are […]

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3 Ways To Get Your Kids To Listen To You

Posted on17. Aug, 2012 by .

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It seems like a never-ending battle sometimes. We want our kids to do something and they refuse. And then we wonder why they’re refusing and what can we do to get them to listen to us without any backlash. We’ve all been there and we’ve all had the feelings – here are the real reasons […]

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5 Ways To Incorporate Your Kids And Still Get Things Done

Posted on12. Aug, 2012 by .

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It’s easy to feel like we need to find something for our kids to do while we attempt to accomplish a task, an errand, or even a load of laundry. The truth is, it’s rather easy to incorporate our kids into these activities — we simply need to include them rather than exclude them. They […]

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4 Essential Road Trip Must-Haves For The Kids

Posted on08. Aug, 2012 by .

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Road trips are normally a fun excursion to undertake, even when the kiddies tag along. But sometimes they can flip from fun to ferocious in no time. Having essential items to keep the little ones busy is key to a successful road trip of any length. Here are our four top picks to pack when […]

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3 Steps To Help With Bedwetting

Posted on06. Aug, 2012 by .

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For some households, bedwetting is a huge undertaking. It seems like it takes forever to get all the kids on the same page to stay dry all night. The fact is, that bedwetting can come naturally for most children by about age five or six. It’s just that not all parents wish to wait that […]

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3 Steps To Creating Healthy Family Habits

Posted on03. Aug, 2012 by .

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Creating healthy habits with children of any age can be challenging. The key to getting your family into a routine that’s good for them can take time and persistence on your part. But, fear not, it can be done. The most important rule for your family to remember as you gradually shift them into a […]

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3 Common Reasons Babies Cry And How You Can Help Soothe Them

Posted on01. Aug, 2012 by .

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It’s never any fun to see your baby crying and uncomfortable. And sometimes we don’t always understand exactly why they’re crying, rather we just assume there’s a simple fix to the noise and unhappiness. But that’s not always the case. Here are three reasons why our babies may be crying and what we can do […]

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2 Effective Ways To Handle Temper Tantrums And Meltdowns

Posted on30. Jul, 2012 by .

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They’re a big to-do – those temper tantrums and meltdown our kids throw at us. Regardless if we’re at home or out in public, not only can they be embarrassing but they’re gravely distracting and unpredictable. Knowing how to handle your children when their meltdown comes on is your key defense in stopping it in […]

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