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Summer Fun: Freeze Your Child's Toys in Blocks of Ice

Finding cool and fun summer activities for the kids can be daunting and downright exhausting task in the "new normal" of coronavirus.
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Consider Getting Your Child A Smart Watch Before A Phone

While there are some benefits of your child having a phone, such as knowing their location, instantly communicate with them and it keeps them busy on a long car ride, internet safety, cyberbullying, and screen time might outnumber the reasons for a young child to have a cell phone.
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The Traits That Make You Mom's Favorite Child

Whether we want to admit it, most parents have a favorite.
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Cleaning Potential Coronavirus Off Your Child's Car Seat

Follow these tips to remove the coronavirus, as well as other germs and dirt, from your child's car seat.
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Take A Picture Of Your Kiddos Before Heading In To A Crowd

While a photo isn’t going to prevent you from losing track of your child, but it can make finding them significantly easier since you’ll have an exceptionally recent photo of them in the exact clothing they were wearing when you were unexpectedly separated
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Target & Walmart Offer Child Car Seat Recycling Programs In September

Yesterday we talked about items you shouldn't buy or use second-hand and one of the items are children car seats, mainly because of the ever-changing safety guidelines and the years of extreme heating and cooling inside your car. So what do you do with a child's car seat you no longer need?...
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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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