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How to Cope with Picky Eaters

By Charles Hopkins | Published 05/27/2007 | Parenting |

Are you tired of battling with your child to eat his food? Does it irritate you that he constantly picks things out of his plate like they were the most disgusting things he had ever seen on earth?

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Are you a parent with one or more teenagers in your family? There is probably no more difficult time in history than the present when it comes to raising teenagers.

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It's exciting to bring a newborn home. However, that excitement might turn to worry when you start to notice and experience the common unpleasant things about newborns.

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Todays society places emphasis on the outward appearance of our bodies more than ever before. Our society places a high value on the idea of being impossibly thin.

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"Potty Training" - Do these words send chills up and down your spine? Do you lay awake at night wondering if keeping your child in diapers until he graduates high school makes you a bad parent?

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8 Ways to Survive Colic Days

By Charles Hopkins | Published 05/27/2007 | Parenting |

It is normal for babies to cry, as that is how they communicate their needs to us. But is it normal for a baby to cry uncontrollably for hours on end without reason?

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You may be thinking at 2? Think about it though. Your child at age two is like a sponge absorbing what is around him.

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Remember Dad on Fathers Day

By Charles Hopkins | Published 05/27/2007 | Parenting |

You dont have to wait for Fathers Day to honor your father, but this special day is set aside to show him how much you care for him.

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Woodworking with Teenagers

By Charles Hopkins | Published 05/27/2007 | Kids & Teens |

Our main goal in raising children is to prepare them for life. When they are small, we must protect and care for them, provide for them, and even provide for their enjoyment and entertainment, but these are secondary, not primary goals.

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An early childhood education for a child allows them the opportunity to interact with other children. In an early childhood setting children are encouraged to grow in all areas of development to their fullest potential.

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