Nurture

Photo: iStockphoto Parents often have to deal with rashes and skin irritations in toddlers and young kids. Usually, these aren’t a big deal—often the side effect of a cold or mild allergy. But sometimes they signal something contagious that needs to be taken seriously. Impetigo is one of those things. It’s a common skin infection that
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7 Of The Best Ted Talks For Kids » Daily Mom Every parent wants the very best for their children.  As children navigate their way through school and friendship, it is inevitable that they will experience trials that will test their character and spirit.  It is natural that a parent’s first instinct might be to
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Psychoeducational Testing For Children Explained » Daily Mom Is your child struggling in school? Are they just not making gains, despite the extra help and support they’ve been getting? Or maybe you’re worried because your child is having difficulty with focus or concentration in the classroom? As a parent, it can be extremely difficult to
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10 Best Camp Songs For Kids » Daily Mom No more teachers, no more books, no more school for summer, and it’s up to you to give your children a summer to remember! Camp songs for kids are an engaging way for children to bond together, or for families to strengthen their bond while engaging
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Why I Fear For Our Children After #metoo » Daily Mom Thanks to men our country has chosen to place in power, the very livelihoods and well-being of young men all over this country are at risk. From a mom of all boys, but more so a juvenile prosecutor, I can say with certainty this
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7 Tips To Get Your Teen Driver Road Ready When your child hits the age of 16, driving a car becomes a social requirement. Then again, it’s still your task as a parent to make sure your teen driver is prepared for such a responsibility. No doubt, owning a car is nothing like getting a
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5 Tips For Relationship Building And Bonding With Your Kids Any empty nester will tell you: They grow up fast. They might be semi-annoying infants right now, but in a year or two, you’ll desperately miss their cuddles and simple needs. As time goes by, your babies turn into kids who naturally develop a distance
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Mommy Brain: The Baby Cry, & Beyond » Daily Mom Have you fallen victim to the “mommy brain” dilemma? The time when you walk into a room and you don’t know why you’re there? Or you called a child and immediately forgot why you wanted them? Or how about, just forgetting their names altogether? Okay,
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PHOTO: ISTOCKPHOTO Let’s face it, dealing with kids and their poop is never a fun experience, and it can be particularly tricky with toddlers, whether they’re in diapers or potty training. However, if your toddler is not pooping, that’s especially challenging for both you and your kiddo. Here’s what you need to know about toddler constipation,
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Photo: iStockphoto My three-year-old daughter fiddles with her belly button. She has been doing it since she was two and a half. It would happen randomly—she would reach for her navel, just casually poking around, while she was getting dressed, playing or chatting. While it’s not quite as gross as, say, nose picking or hair
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Cyberbullying And How It Might Affect Your Child » Daily Mom Nowadays our kids can’t imagine life without technologies and the internet. Sometimes parents give tablets and phones to their toddlers to play so that they will be quiet. That’s why you shouldn’t be surprised when your 8-year old child asks you to set up
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