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Layering With Love: How to Keep a New Baby Warm

July 7, 2014

It would be so much easier if your newborn could tell you what she needs, right? Well, in many ways, she can. Babies fuss when hungry, when they are teething, when they are tired and even when they are not … Continue reading

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Boost Your Mood: Foods That Will Spruce Up Your Spirits

July 2, 2014

The phrase you are what you eat definitely rings true when it comes to your mood. Gorging on the wrong foods when you are unhappy will only make you feel worse – both physically and emotionally. When you are feeling … Continue reading

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Entering the Work Force: Preparing Your Teen for the First Job

June 30, 2014

It’s that time when your teen has turned the legal age to get a job and he is actively searching for a part-time position to supplement his wallet. Before he starts putting in applications for a job, it’s important to … Continue reading

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How Nannies Can Respond to Disrespectful Children

June 25, 2014

When a new nanny comes on the scene, it’s common for children to misbehave and test their boundaries. However, disrespectful behavior needs to be nipped in the bud quickly so children can form a bond with their nanny and learn … Continue reading

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Time to Celebrate: Creative Ideas for Kid Birthday Parties

June 23, 2014

If you want your child to have an epic birthday party, it doesn’t have to take months to plan exciting activities and themes. In fact, you can get creative with household items and cues from your little one. If he … Continue reading

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Building Boundaries: How to Cope With Overbearing Grandparents

June 18, 2014

Grandparents can be some of the most positive influences in your children’s lives, but without boundaries, they can often take over and undermine your efforts, especially when it comes to discipline. It’s important for everyone – parents, nannies and children … Continue reading

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The Pre-Teen War: Learning How to Pick Your Battles

June 16, 2014

The pre-teen years put your tween on a journey toward freedom and independence, yet he or she is still in a stage of life where supervision and guidance from parents and nannies are crucial. While yearning for that freedom, it’s … Continue reading

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Teething Tots: How to Keep Your Baby Well Fed When Breaking in Teeth

June 11, 2014

It’s never easy watching your baby drool and stick her hands in her mouth to cope with the pain of teething. As those cute little teeth break through, your little one may not know how to relieve her sore gums … Continue reading

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Happy Parents: How to Keep Yourself in High Spirits Amid the Chaos of Family Life

June 9, 2014

Prior to becoming parents, it is often difficult to imagine the changes a wee little one will have on your relationship. “Having a baby is a bit idealized in that we all have this vision of a baby completing the … Continue reading

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Teasing: Showing Your Child How Words Hurt

June 4, 2014

Teasing is often a natural part of life, and can be harmless when done in good fun. But when someone’s feelings get hurt, it’s not natural or fun for anyone involved. Teasing can also quickly turn into bullying, and whether … Continue reading

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