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How to Make a Dog Carriage From a Baby Stroller

A dog carriage, sometimes called a pet stroller, isn't just for the posh and pampered pooch. A dog carriage provides a safe, comfortable way for your elderly or injured dog to venture outside or travel to the veterinarian. To save money, converting an old baby stroller into a pooch mobile makes prac...More...

What Is a Personal Fable?

The personal fable is a cognitive limitation of the late tween and teen years related to adolescent egocentrism. The personal fable can lead to risk taking behaviors....More...

Set Ground Rules For Your Live-in Nanny

As an employer of a live-in nanny it is essential for you to design a set of rules for your nanny to get the desired services. These rules will clear out any issues regarding the role of the nanny which otherwise may create confusion. These ground rules will also help in defining the relationship be...More...

6 Reasons Grandparents Stay Away

Far from doting on grandchildren and spoiling them, some grandparents choose to be uninvolved. Sometimes, but not always, it's because they have other interests....More...

Cranium's Sounds of the Seashore Memory Matching Game (For Ages 3+)

Cranium's Sounds of the Seashore is a memory game with a slight difference - it's an electronic memory game meant for young kids 3 and up. The twist in the memory game is that it involves listening to sounds and finding the matching card which corresponds to the sound. Sounds of the Seasho...More...

Things to Do at a Slumber Party

Slumber parties are a rite of passage for all young girls. Hanging out with friends, sharing secrets and giggling are just part of the slumber party tradition. You'll need to have a plan to keep busy little girls smiling until bedtime without a lot of fuss; and hopefully without a lot of headaches....More...

Tips On Stopping Bed Wetting

When it comes to bed wetting, it is as much a problem for the parents as it is for the child. Yes, children do not enjoy the fact of awaking to find that they had wet their bed. No, they would like to awake in the morning and find that everything around them is clean and dry....More...

3 Steps to Dealing With Defiant Teens

Dealing with defiant teens can be frustrating. You want the best for your child, but how do you guide him in the right direction when he's obviously off track? And how do you know when a teen is just going through a phase or when he needs outside help?...More...

Apps In Home Education

Mobile technology is growing like never before. In 2012, continued growth in technology is forecast as people worldwide continue to adopt emerging technologies. Do you currently own a mobile device such as a smartphone, tablet, or e-reader? Or do you plan to buy a mobile device in the coming year fo...More...

When Was The Last Time You Corrected Your Teenager For Lying?

I don't care who you are and what type of job you do, but if you are someone who barely has time to spend with the kids, then my conclusion is that you have failed as a parent. Parenting a teenager who doesn't have many issues is already enough problems, not to mention if your child is the...More...

What to Feed Your Baby

For your baby's first year, feeding is quite a simple task. You may choose to either breastfeed or bottle feed your baby with an infant formula....More...

Toddler Art - Parents Have Fun Too

Toddlers learn constantly, and their little brains are constantly being creative. So, it's a great time to introduce art and nurture the creative side of the child. Art is many things to many people and that is no exception in children - a mud pie may be art to your 2-year old little cook....More...

What is a Lactation Room?

Whether you're a working mom of an infant or simply curious, you may want to know what is a lactation room. In a workplace, the term lactation room refers to a designated area for nursing mothers to pump breast milk that they will later feed to their babies. Under U.S. law, lactation rooms must...More...