What Will You Do With Your Kids Until You Come Home From Work?

27 October 2019
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Are you about to return to the work force after being a stay-at-home mom for several years? If so, maybe you are lucky enough to be at home to say goodbye to your kids when they leave on the school bus each school day morning. On the other hand, maybe you have to get to work super early. And then there's the fact that you don't get off work until school is over for the day. Read More 

Child Moving To Middle School And Think They Have Anxiety? Signs That They Do And Treatment Options To Help Them

21 March 2019
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Moving from elementary school to middle school is a big change for children. Some kids make the transition very easily while others have a much more difficult time. If your child is one that is finding it difficult, they could be having anxiety. Below are some signs of anxiety so you will know for sure, and treatment options to help your child. Symptoms of an Anxiety Disorder You will notice many changes in your child if they have an anxiety disorder. Read More 

5 Reasons To Exercise At The Gym Instead Of At Home

23 September 2018
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With the many options for exercising at home, you might have decided that you would rather work out at home rather than at a gym. However, joining and working out at a fitness center is still ideal over working out at home. Here's why. 1. Avoid Getting Distracted When you work out at home, it's easy to get distracted. You might get off the equipment to tend to your kids, chat with your spouse or roommate or start on your chores. Read More 

3 Things Your Child Needs To Learn While They Are Preschool Aged

11 January 2018
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Having a child prepare for school is very exciting. Many parents wonder if they are doing enough with their preschooler to make sure that they are prepared academically. There are many different programs and ways of thinking that it can be confusing to know what kind of program is the best. Instead of focusing on the specific program, try focusing on what the child should be learning and you should be fine. Read More 

How to Determine Whether a Prospective Daycare Is Right for Your Little One

23 August 2017
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Sending your young child to daycare gives them an opportunity to grow and learn how to function independently. They'll also learn important socialization skills that aids in better behavior as they age. Your little one might even end up getting less colds in their older years. And daycare should take a little stress off of your shoulders too. Following are a few things you can do to determine whether a prospective daycare center is right for you and your child's needs: Read More