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“Top 10 Ways to Make Summer Terrific for Your Kids and You”

I have been in the child development business to know the importance of family time. Children love and need the uninterrupted time and attention parents can give to them. And in today’s world, family time can be very challenging. Making … Continue reading

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Time Flies, So Grab it!

Sunday, March 10th, marks daylight saving time. That’s right, clocks will be set to spring forward one hour. But what it should also stand for is to remind us that there is no time like the present, and there is … Continue reading

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Getting Along With Your Teen

Parents today need to be reminded that they are not perfect. However, parents who keep an open mind, a willingness to learn, practice, and share, can improve their existing skills and become even more confident. Here are 10 simple suggestions that … Continue reading

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Keeping the Olympic Spirit Alive!

The Olympics might be over but there are definite take-a-ways that are worthwhile repeating.  Here are a few points of interest (P.O.I) worth revisiting. Everyone can benefit from a mentor or coach whether you are a student, parent or both. Each Olympian … Continue reading

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Back to School: Transitioning from Middle to High School

This is an exciting time for children. They are ready to begin their selected courses and are looking forward to new responsibilities and activities. At least, they should be! What if this is not the case? Here are 3 parenting … Continue reading

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Back to School Series: Making the transition from elementary to middle school!

Is there a big difference between elementary school and middle school?  In fact, many moms will tell you that middle school was harder than high school. So what should parents know to be better prepared? Being a former middle school … Continue reading

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Impact of “Screen Time” on Kids

The one word parents must keep in mind with regards to screen time of any type is balance. Children need to have a balance between technology and social interaction. When a child begins to substitute real life experiences for screen … Continue reading

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