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  • Creating a Sleep Environment for Children  By : Melissa Nathans
    A sleep environment needs to be dark, cool, and quiet. It has been proven through research that the body receives better quality sleep in an environment such as the one above.
  • Maths and English Educational Kids Games To Get Them Ahead When Starting at School  By : Victoria Welch
    It is your little ones first step into the Big world of school, and for many children this can be an anxious time.

    This can also be a very hard time for some parents to, the first time that you let your little child out in to the big world, but there is no need for you to worry, they are going to school, they will have fun learning and meet new friends. Don’t let your child feel you anxiety, as this could unsettle them.

    As a parent you have the important role in helping your child learn, it is important to have fun as they learn about new subjects, you will also need to help and answer the many questions your child will ask you about each subject.

    The most important thing that you can do is taking an interest in what your child is learning at school; praise them when they have done well and give them the tools to learn more.
  • Preschool Educational Games For Maths, Easy As 1,2,3  By : Victoria Welch
    Preschool educational games for maths are so important, children learn more, and at a greater speed, during their pre school years than at any other time. We need to show them the positive side of learning, that it is not work, but fun to learn.

    Children love the magic and mystery of playing with numbers, they will delight as they begin to grasp number, and its fundamental meaning, but this is not something that will happen over night, it will take time and patients.
  • Toddler Learning Game The World Is One Big Adventure  By : Victoria Welch
    What toddler learning game can keep them still for a minute? They’re on the move, toddler time is here, the world is One Big Adventure.

    The life of a toddler does not need to be day after day of organized activities, but putting in a good routine can help you and your child. If she knows that on Monday you go to the park, on Wednesday you go to playgroup and on Saturday you have a special Breakfast, it will give her stability and confidence, knowing what is going to happen day to day, but allowing flexibility too.
  • Educational Baby Games and Toys, Make Learning Fun!  By : Victoria Welch
    Educational Baby games and toys are so important, they stimulate your babies brain, creating interest and arousing curiosity for further development of their mind. Bright colours, moving objects, classical music and textured toys will all help to stimulate your baby, as he begins to discover his whole new world.

    Baby educational games and toys will help your baby to learn about the world in a fun and safe way, they will have more fun with a toy if it’s stimulating to the sense of sight, hearing, touch, taste or smell than they would if it was just cute or pretty.
  • Child's Growth: Some Guidelines you can Use  By : Elias Maseko
    Just like a snowflake or a fingerprint, every child is unique in their own special way. Every child has a unique way of feeling, thinking, and interacting with others. Some children are shy, while others are outgoing; some are active, while others are calm; some are fretful, while others are easy-going. As a loving and nurturing parent, it's your job to encourage them to embrace their uniqueness and celebrate their individual qualities.
  • Bullying: Let us Know More About it  By : Elias Maseko
    There are many common misconceptions about bullying. Thinking that bullying is a normal part of childhood and the victims should just toughen up is perhaps the most stereotypical view of bullying and the biggest bullying misconception. Thinking this way can have serious consequences for both victims and bullies. Bullying should not be tolerated and letting a bully continue picking on others just reinforces their behavior and sets them up to continue making poor choices for the rest of their live
  • Babies: Crying and Gift Basket Ideas  By : Amanda Maseko
    A baby cries the most during his or her first three months. Though the amount of crying steadily increase, the crying time period may vary from an hour to most of the day and this could still be considered within normal range. Like, whoah, right? Babies are also known as howling tear factories.
  • Child Daycare - Do You Really Need To Do A Background Check?  By : Matt A. Thomas
    We live in an age where sending the kids to daycare is more common than the kids staying at home with Mom or Dad. There are definitely benefits to daycare-the kids learn socializing skills at an earlier age, they learn how to deal with a school-like setting (even if it is only for a few hours a week) and the kids learn that it is okay to trust adults who are not members of the family.
  • Talking With Kids About Sex and Birth Control  By : Rcon Franchesca
    It is very important for parents and adults to be the first ones to explain facts on sex and birth control with their children. Explaining such matters to youngsters will definitely keep them from unwanted consequences like early pregnancies. In line with this, the author of the article provides helpful tips on how parents should talk with their teenagers regarding sex and the use of birth control.
  • Child Behavior Problems: My Son Has Night Terrors  By : Dr. Noel Swanson.
    Q. "Sometimes, in the middle of the night, my seven-year-old sits bolt upright, stares straight ahead, and screams at the top of his voice. It sounds like he is being attacked by an axe murderer! We try to comfort him, but he doesn't even know we are there. This goes on for many minutes. Then he goes back to sleep. If we wake him, he seems confused and cannot remember what he was dreaming about."
  • Fun Birthday Party Invitations For Kids  By : Krystie Gina
    If your child is having a themed birthday party, you may be faced with a difficult task: Picking out the perfect birthday party invitations for kids. Maybe your child picked out a birthday theme that's really hard to find any invitations for, or maybe he or she picked out a theme that's easy to work with. Whatever the situation, there are easy ways to find or even make the perfect invitations.
  • Advice For Buying A Child's Tricycle  By : Damian Mortimer Murphy
    Buying your child their first tricycle is a magic moment that you, and your child will remember forever so it's important you make a good choice. This artice has sensible advice on things to look for when buying a childs tricycle.
  • Children's Education Toys - Learning with it is More Fun  By : Daniel Jowssey
    Educational toys and Baby Toys are ""tools"" that help build and develop a child’s fundamental skills. These toys have been proven to encourage self- confidence, creativity, coordination, emotional and social resilience, language development and academic skills. Generally, educational toys are a fun way to encourage children to learn!
  • Your farm toys - Toy Tractors and Farm Toys are made in Argentina  By : Daniel Jowssey
    Argentina’s toys alike our real life tractors are unique. For its avant-garde position within the Latin American concert all rural related industry has been in Argentina very powerful. Those magnificent toys -as all toys which are a reflection of real life- represented the local unique tractor versions as much as the traditional standard international models.
  • Sibling Rivalry Looks Worse Than It Really Is  By : Shevach Pepper
    Sibling rivalry happens in most families and is very common. Don't panic when your children argue and fight because it is a natural part of the growing up process. It doesnt happen in every family but happens in plenty.
  • Why A Nanny Background Check Is So Important  By : Matt A. Thomas
    Selecting who should be a nanny for your children can be a painstaking process. You want to take great care in choosing who is going to be watching over your child's safety when you can't take care of them yourself. Finding out the history of your prospective nanny is imperative.
  • Make Sure That You Connect with Your Child - but Don't Overdo it  By : Mike Medwin
    We all want to connect and be involved with our child. Children of involved parents generally feel more confident, assured and have a higher level of self esteem.
  • Make Sure You Celebrate Your Child's Uniqueness  By : Mike Medwin
    Just like a snowflake or a fingerprint, every child is unique in their own special way. Every child has a unique way of feeling, thinking, and interacting with others.
  • When Saying "Because" Just Isn't The Answer  By : Mike Medwin
    Children are inquisitive by nature. When they are younger, it's usually because they want to better understand something. When they are older, it's because they want to better understand why you think something is important and why they should also feel the same way.
  • Do You Listen to your Child?  By : Mike Medwin
    Communicating with our children can be a difficult task at times. We feel like they're not listening to us;
  • Sleeping Times During Infancy And Childhood  By : Dave Deane
    For three or four weeks after birth the infant sleeps more or less, day and night, only waking to satisfy the demands of hunger; at the expiration of this time, however, each interval of wakefulness grows longer, so that it sleeps less frequently, but for longer periods at a time.
  • How Mothers Combat Disease In Children  By : Dave Deane
    The especial province of the mother is the prevention of disease, not its cure. When disease attacks the child, the mother has then a part to perform, which it is especially important during the epochs of infancy and childhood should be done well.
  • Early Detection Of Disease In Children  By : Dave Deane
    It is highly important that a mother should possess such information as will enable her to detect disease at its first appearance, and thus insure for her child timely medical assistance.
  • Bathing and Cleaning Infants To Childhood  By : Dave Deane
    Cleanliness is essential to the infant's health. The principal points to which especial attention must be paid by the parent for this purpose are the following:
  • A Child's Web Of Sleep  By : Harvey D. Ong
    Sleep is something that adults generally believe children get enough of, but recent studies are showing this may not be true. Sleep can become difficult for children exposed to violent TV programs or news broadcast. In a related avenue, a lack of sleep can cause children to eventually become obese.
  • Older Siblings And Santa  By : J Gardener
    For various reasons, many couples have children whose ages are widely varied, ranging from pre-school to high school and even college age. During the holidays, it can be especially challenging, trying to satisfy the sensibilities of every child in such a family.
  • Working with Your Special Needs Child  By : Dr. Noel Swanson.
    Following are questions asked by parents of special needs children:
  • Recreational versus Educational After School Activities  By : Thomas Jackson
    So, your child is beginning to get restless and make you restless. He has got more time than is good for him, and you are now considering after school programs - anything that will keep him busy for a few life-saving hours! Most after school activities can be broadly classified into three - recreational, educational and society-oriented. The last bit usually comes in when your child is already a bit grown up and can voice his own interests.
  • Tips on How to Teach Your Kids to Save Money  By : Slavco Stefanoski
    A lot of teens nowadays do not understand the value of earning and spending money. They were not oriented that investing is necessary even if they are still students. As parents, you play a crucial role in this area.
  • Success Secrets for Kids  By : Mary Ann Copson
    Help your child be his or her best with these simple success secrets that I used with my five children. Probably your mother told you some of these.
  • My Child Wet the Bed Because He Ate That?  By : Susan Lewis
    Here's one theory that seems to make sense about what makes kids wet the bed. I'm still pretty much sold on the idea that they wet the bed because of heredity - but it seems like if there are other causes of bed wetting, they may be more controllable. If it's just heredity, you kind of have to wait it out until your child reaches some magical age. By nature not especially patient, the idea of waiting for my son not to wet the bed doesn't appeal to me.
  • Are Your Children Lacking Physical Activity?  By : Steven Magill
    Given that physical activity not only keeps obesity at bay but generates a healthy and happy attitude, it’s surprising that more schools have not tried to harness the positive influence of physical activity within their educational programme. Unfortunately, usually physical activity takes a back seat to other subjects regarded as more important.
  • Tips For Preparing Your Family For Fire Emergencies  By : Mike Mansfield
    Hundreds of people die every year because of fire-related incidents, especially during the Christmas season.
  • The Dark Side Of The Vaccination Game  By : cathy
    Vaccines are commonplace nowadays, with most parents eagerly giving their child “shots” to keep them from contracting certain illnesses. However, for some of the population, genetic factors make them risk more a lot by taking a vaccine because of the potential side effects.
  • Gay and Lesbian Adoption Widely Accepted  By : Calida Sevier
    Ours is a generation of acceptance and tolerance. Certain controversial "issues" of the past, like gay and lesbian adoption, are now understood and encouraged. Today's society realizes that a person's ability to care for a child, and not his or her sexual orientation, should determine parental rights.
  • When Your Child Steals  By : Anthony Kane MD
    A common problem that we as parents encounter is what to do when your child steals. There are a number of different reasons a child steals and a number of different ways to handle the problem.
  • Understanding And Managing Defiant Kids  By : Robert William Locke
    Are you sick of your child's tantrums, the bickering and the arguing ? It is no good saying that he or she is a 'difficult child'. Defiant children are often angry and hostile in their interaction with peers. Most parents of defiant children are afraid to set definite and definitive limits, and chaos results. Parents often do not know where to start in managing defiant kids.
  • Child Safety Tip for Playing Outdoors  By : Johnnie Mason
    One summer day, Jack and Janet, brother and sister, were happily playing soccer in their front yard. Then Jack accidentally kicked the ball wide. It shot past Janet, into the street. Janet ran through the yard and across the sidewalk, to retrieve the ball that bounced towards the opposite sidewalk. Then Janet remembered to look left and right before crossing the street. She stopped at the curb when suddenly…ZOOM! A car bolted by, missing her by inches. Jack’s and Janet’s parents soon petitioned the local government to post children at play signs in the area. They were installed within a month, to help protect children at play.
  • How to Help Your Child Handle The Cyber Bullies  By : Sue Atkins
    The dramatic effects of Cyber Bullying
  • How to Ensure Good Behavior from Your Child Without Losing Your Cool  By : Brendan McKeogh
    This article proposes a gentle method to ensure good behavior in children. The aim is to to completely avoid parents feeling the need to shout or become angry.
  • 7 Steps to Child Obedience  By : Anthony Kane MD
    Our goal is not to force our children to obey us, but to get them to want to obey us. This willingness to obey will only come about if the parent’s commands are based upon seven principles.
  • Your Kids Might Be Dyslexics, Read On!  By : cathy
    The most common and best-known verbal learning disability is dyslexia, which causes people to have trouble recognizing or processing letters and the sounds associated with them. For this reason, people with dyslexia have trouble with reading and writing tasks or assignments. However, with proper teaching, counseling and adept tutoring, they do learn to manage.
  • Children, Chores and Charts – Teaching Responsibility  By : Vincent
    Not only should your customers; your competitors and all other businesses in your corporate circle see your business as a very special and unique corporate entity. This can give a definite competitive edge to your business.
  • Seeing Things From Your Child's Perspective  By : Anthony Kane MD
    Our children see the world differently than we do. Although you may have very important things going on in your life, you cannot expect your children to understand that. You always must consider how your children will see and understand what you say and do.
  • Reading: Excellent Investment For Your Kids’ Future  By : Jerry Carpos
    One’s future begins with a library of varied topics that presents various aspects of life. Bedtime stories and other reading materials can bring truth, nobility and beauty into your life. Share that positive character and build good traits among your children through reading.
  • School’s Back In Session…For Mom!  By : Debi Silber, MS, RD, WHC
    As the kids go back to school to learn, grow and evolve, mom has an opportunity to take a few classes herself. Lessons in self growth and development are some of the classes many moms may want to look into this school year!
  • Pass It Along  By : Gary Crow
    As you think about what you ought to do for other people, passing your character along to your children is both a responsibility and an opportunity. Children don’t come into the world with their character pre-packaged. Rather, it develops and evolves through their early years. Character is learned and thus, is taught. This article shows you how you are key to their learning process.
  • Being The First-Born: The Burden Hardest To Bear  By : aseya
    The first-born child is always the one that bears the most burden among the children of a family. It is no surprise, therefore, that some of them slowly lose their sanity because of the expectation that they fear they cannot meet.
  • Children Are People Too  By : Gary Crow
    “Children are our most important resource.” This is usually simply asserted as a given, with no further justification or explanation. You have likely heard it so many times that it has become little more than a cliché. It sounds right so everyone just takes it for granted that it’s right; but are children actually “our most important resource?” More to the point, are they a resource at all? This article explores this important question.
  • The Sweet Life Without Anxiety  By : cathy
    This article features the reality of child anxiety as seen in the movie Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. This also exhibits the negative effects of this chronic care that can impede the normal flow of child activities.
  • The Student's Role In The Homework War  By : Sheryl Wood
    Homework battles can be prevented or lessened if parents and students understand their roles and responsibilities to successful homework completion. Once each side understands how they can work on this issue together and implements a workable system, the easier family evenings will be. Follow these suggestions and you'll have a good start toward relieving the nightly homework war.
  • The Homework War: The Parents' Camp  By : Sheryl Wood
    Parents share responsibility with their child to ensure that homework is done. Providing the environment, tools and cooperative support aid in keeping homework battles to a minimum. This article details the actions and positions parents can take to facilitate peaceful and productive homework completion.
  • Horse Show Packing Woes: Advice From Savvy ShowMoms  By : Kathy Keeley
    Packing for shows with our children turns out to be one of the most stressful parts of horse showing. In a recent survey, moms reported that the stress of packing and getting ready for a horse show trumped seven other show stressors by a wide margin. Here are some tips to enhance the horse show packing experience:
  • Preparing Children For Emergencies  By : Francesca Black
    Whether it is a fire, flood or earthquake, children need to know what to do and how to do it in order to minimize stress and anxiety. Have you heard stories on the news about a child who saves a family by staying calm, calling 911, and following directions? Being prepared to help in an emergency saves lives. What makes it possible for a child in a high stress situation to be ready to help?
  • Advice And Help For Your Chronic Bedwetter  By : Theresa Cahill and Jeff G
    Imagine the despair felt by a parent who goes into a child's bedroom nearly every morning, only to find that everything around the child is soaking wet-the child wet the bed. Again. The fact is, thousands of parents recognize this as their reality. The good news, though, is that a bedwetting alarm can make this a distant memory.
  • Stop The Bullies  By : Gary Crow
    What is a bully? When does the typical behavior of children (younger and older) stop being normal and expected and transcend to bullying? Those seem like fairly easy questions and they used to have fairly easy answers. We used to know which children were bullies and were reasonably clear about when normal behavior crossed the line into bullying, but no more. This article examines the underlying issues in today’s society.
  • Things To Consider When Choosing Your Baby's Name  By : Patricia Bennett
    Naming a child is an extremely serious affair. A name stays forever and, if the child hates his name during his growing years, it can adversely affect his mind and psychology. Therefore, it is very important .....
  • Children Of Excess…….Are We Giving Our Children Too Much?  By : Iris Shamble
    Giving our children too much can very well set them up for disappointments later in life. We have to raise not only responsible children, but children who are allowed to work for what they desire in order to help build self confidence and self-esteem in their life.
  • 5 Essentials for Parents to Teach Their Children (before they leave home)  By : jph948
    Before sending your son or daughter out into the cruel world, give them a few bits of information that they will need to survive.
  • The Resurgence Of The Wooden Toy  By : Gary Clay
    The last decade has seen a resurgence of the traditional wooden toy as many parents come to appreciate the inherrant beauty and tactile qualities only wooden toys can provide.
  • Buying Safe Furniture For Children  By : Gary Clay
    With the multitude of nursery and playroom furniture retails and the miriad of options this article explains what to look for when buying furniture for children.
  • The History Of The Ragdoll  By : Gary Clay
    Ragdolls have been around since the birth of man. This article charts the popularity and development of the ragdoll through the years.
  • Kids & Healthy Eating  By : Michael Byrd
    What parent doesn't want their kids to eat healthier? We've all had to bribe, cajole, threaten and manipulate our children at least once, but wouldn't it be nice if we didn't have to stoop to such heavy handed tactics? Here are some tips to help you out.
  • 7 Tips to Parenting Success  By : Kelly Wissink
    Key steps to build a deeper relationship with your child and to raise up a child who is respectful, secure and creative.
  • Treating Jealousy  By : Kadence Buchanan
    Even if you do not have suffered from a jealous sibling or have acted like a jealous vindictive spoiled kid against your sister or brother when you were young and immature, you have probably heard that jealousy between siblings can be a very powerful emotion leading children and parents to deal with all sorts of unexpected "thrills."
  • Gifts They Will Remember  By : Kadence Buchanan
    If your kid's birthday is approaching fast and you are searching the market for an idea that will excite your child and be memorable.
  • Transforming Your Kids Free Time  By : Kadence Buchanan
    Kids' free time usually leads to parents' busier periods. But this does not have to be the case. When your kids come home from school or their extracurricular activities, you can continue giving the choice of doing something fun and educative at the same time.
  • The Concept of Permissive Parenting Styles  By : Joshua Uebergang
    If you have habit of giving your children what they want, you are most likely subjecting your child to a permissive parenting style. Learn how to change your parenting style to raise happy children without destroying your own well-being.
  • Swimming Pool Safety Covers and Accessory Advice For Kids  By : Zhang Xiao Hong
    A swimming pool can be a very dangerous place at any age, but is especially hazardous when children are involved.
  • How to Enjoy a Family Bedtime Story  By : Jan Smith
    Do you sometimes feel guilty because you have too much to do and rarely get to share a bedtime story with the kids?
  • Baby Looney Tunes Cartoons Still Amazing  By : Craig Rad
    The brilliant idea of recasting your favorite animated cartoon characters as preschoolers takes form in Baby Looney Tunes. Bugs Bunny, Daffy, Taz, Tweety, Sylvester and other friends are portrayed as babies, learning how everything works in the world.
  • Morning, Noon and Night - The Stages of Our Lives With Languages  By : Beth Butler
    Find out the latest on how learning and speaking a second language can carry you from infancy, through early school years and into your golden years.
  • Encourage Your Child To Feel Important  By : John Pawlett
    It's imperative for a child's healthy development to feel important and worthy.
  • Stages and Steps of Development: Two to Three Years  By : John Nowly
    The following article covers information on teaching your child to read.
  • The Importance Of Building Self Esteem In Your Children  By : Sam Smith
    Children naturally look up to their parents and want to imitate them when they are young. This makes parents the best and first model of self esteem. It is therefore crucial for parents to help children develop a healthy amount of self esteem. This will help them succeed in the world.
  • Radio Flyer, Awards And Achievements  By : Gary Clay
    Radio Flyer is an iconic toy manufacturer based in the USA. Throughout their long history they have received numerous accolades.
  • Radio Flyer - From Wooden Cart to Retro Rocket  By : Gary Clay
    Radio Flyer has been producing toys for over 85 years. This article tracks the evolution of the brand.
  • Letter Recognition  By : John Nowly
    The following article covers information on teaching your child to read.
  • Stages of Development: 4 to 5 Years  By : John Nowly
    The following article covers information on teaching your child to read.
  • Stages of Development: 1 to 2 Years  By : John Nowly
    The following article covers information on teaching your child to read.
  • Online Advice For Parents  By : Chris Marshall
    Discussion on keeping children safe on the internet.
  • 3 Ways to Improve Your Child's Memory Through Visualization  By : Jim Sarris
    There are many "typical" ways to improve your child's memory. Why not think outside the box and find something new?
  • The Art of Getting Your Kids to Talk to You  By : Michael Hehn
    So what is kids,children really all about? The following report includes some fascinating information about kids,children--info you can use, not just the old stuff they used to tell you.
  • How to Prepare Yourself and Your Child for the First Day of School  By : Michael Hehn
    The following article includes pertinent information that may cause you to reconsider what you thought you understood. The most important thing is to study with an open mind and be willing to revise your understanding if necessary.
  • How to Teach Your Children to Cook  By : Michael Hehn
    Have you ever wondered if what you know about cooking is accurate? Consider the following paragraphs and compare what you know to the latest info on cooking.
  • How To Hold Your Childs Dream Picnic With Miniature Tea Sets And Clever Decorating  By : Lee Dobbins
    Miniature tea sets can make drinking tea more fun! Here is a great way to enjoy an afternoon tea party with your kids.
  • Share The Joy Of Gardening With Your Children  By : Kelvin Ho
    Gardening can be a very relaxing and fulfilling hobby for many people. Yet, this wonderful experience is not just reserved for adults. Children are keenly interested in gardening as well, if given the opportunity.
  • Planning the Preschool Birthday Party: 12 Ideas for Children Ages 5 and Under  By : Susie Cortright
    Preschool birthday parties are joyous, but, the truth is, when my kids were younger, I tended to lose sight of what a successful birthday party really is: a memorable event that makes your child feel treasured. Now that my kids are a little older, and I have a few more parties under my belt, I do it differently. Here are some tips for throwing a birthday party for children ages 5 and under.
  • International Adoption, The New Frontier That Is Guatemala  By : Stephen Morgan
    In the world of International Adoption, Guatemala is one of the most popular and least regulated Countries. Last year there were estimated to have been 1,500 Guatemalan Children and Babies who have started fresh lives abroad, but the spectre of Illegal Adoptions have haunted Guatemala for years.
  • Mini Blind Safety Tips For your Home  By : Joyce Jackson
    Learn basic safety tips for your mini blinds around your home to keep your infants and toddlers safe.
  • Talking To Your Children About Abuse  By : Joyce Jackson
    Learn some easier ways to naturally talk to your children about abuse.
  • Shop Smart for Kids Furniture from Birth to College  By : Veronica Scott
    Buying furniture for you children can be expensive, but you can save money in the long run by buying a few key pieces that will grow with your child from birth to college.
  • Is Your Child's Toy Box Safe or a Hidden Danger?  By : Veronica Scott
    Toy boxes are a part of nearly every person's childhood experience. What many parents do not realize is that deaths and severe injuries have been caused by poorly designed, damaged, or misused toy boxes.
  • Inspire The Imagination Of Your Children  By : Gregg Hall
    There is something more than material things that is needed to make people happy. It's imagination. Imagination can turn even the most mundane things into something to be celebrated, and is something that every parent should try and instill in their child at an early age.
  • Optometrists Say Colored Filter Overlays Can Help Your Child Read Better  By : Pat Wyman
    Does your child struggle to read or try to avoid reading altogether? Doctors say colored filter overlays can quickly raise reading scores if your child sees the page in a distorted way.
  • International Adoption And Guatemala  By : Stephen Morgan
    Guatemala is one of the most controversial subjects in the world of International Adoption today. Not wishing to add further to the controversy, it is just that adopting a child from Guatemala today can be a little tricky unless you know what you are doing.
  • Inflatable Rentals: Seriously Fun Birthday Party Ideas For All Ages  By : Christine Harrell
    Think inflatable rentals are only for little kids? Perhaps you haven't seen the new face of inflatable rentals and inflatable outdoor games!
  • Fire Safety Tips In the Home  By : Joyce Jackson
    Learn some basic fire prevention and safety tips for keeping your kids safe at home from fire.
  • Our Prodigal Children  By : Ted Lobby
    This article explores the lessons of The Prodigal Child story.

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