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Financially Preparing For A Child

It costs an estimated $233,610 to raise a child through age 17, according to government data. It’s no wonder that some couples are second-guessing on when to start a family. The truth is, you're never really financially ready to raise a child (or children). A recent survey found that 42% of parents...
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Overcome Bedwetting In Seven Days

One of the biggest milestones of parenting is potty-training. Between 2 and 3 most kids make the transition with just a few accidents but for around 15% of children aged 5, bedwetting is a common occurrence. While frustrating for both you and your child, Alicia Eaton, a child expert offers some...
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Eye Drop Hack For Toddlers

No one ever said parenting would be easy, especially when your child's pediatrician prescribes eye drops for your toddler. However there's a fairly simple procedure you can use not only on your kid but on yourself too. Have the kid lie down and close their eyes. Then tilt their head to the side, so...
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Teach Your Kids With A Piece Of Candy On How To Swallow Pills

Most children’s medicines are available in chewable or liquid form, but there will come a time when your kid has to swallow a pill. And that can be a weird, scary thing. So here's a tip from a pediatrician that will lessen the struggle and it involves a piece of candy. Treat the piece of candy as...
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Kraft Willing To Pay For Child-Sitters As A Gift For Mother's Day

Mother's Day is Sunday (5/12/19) and while flowers, a spa day and jewelry are nice ways to let Mom know how much we appreciate her. Most mothers simply want time to themselves that is free of responsibility, free of planning, free of mothering to do whatever they want. This year Kraft wants to help...
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Items You Should Rent Instead Of Buy

When it comes to the space you live in, there are two clear choices: rent or buy. But did you know that you have that same choice about the things you put inside your home? Here, some things it may make more sense to rent than buy. While there are some tools every homeowner should have, like a...
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Childproof Your Phone So They Can Only Access Apps You Approve On Your Phone

Your phone can be a lifesaver for an antsy child in a waiting room, long line or a traffic jam. However kids can inadvertently access your email, social media and any number of things he could accidentally get into if they hit the home button or swiped up to open the command center. But all is not...
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Outdated Financial Advice

There is plenty of free advice out there and some of it is helpful. Then there is advice that is simply outdated such as these financial tips. The old advice of waiting until your student loans are paid off before buying a home simply doesn't apply in a world where student debt averages $37,000. If...
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A Cat Proof Christmas Tree

the shiny ornaments is just too much for some, causing cat owners to constantly pick up fallen trees and move ornaments "upon the highest bough," until now. Online retailer, Argos, are selling two versions of a cat proof Christmas tree. Each one stands six-feet tall and only contains branches and...
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Easy Way To Keep Your Purse Safe When Shopping

With more people out shopping, thieves are out in numbers too. And with our though turned to finding the perfect gift, it makes it easier for a thief to rob you in plain sight. However there is a simple security mechanism you can employ to keep your handbag safe. When using a shopping cart as you...
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