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Career Education: Does Not Mean the 6 Year College Plan


Researching career education uncovered the following shocking statistic: The average college student takes 5.3 years to earn a 4-year Bachelor's degree.

Stay at Home Mom You Need to Raise Cowboys


Now I know that is not how the song goes, I have had cousins from central Texas drag me to Gilley's to listen to that song live and they sang every word without missing a beat. So no emails about the title, please.

Five Easy Steps to Picking the Perfect Baby Name


One of the few decisions you'll make during pregnancy that will, in fact, last throughout your child's lifetime is the choice of your baby's name. (Unlike, for example, your choice of stroller or whether to use Lamaze or hypnosis to ease labor pains.

Develop Your Childs Genius - Right Brain/Left Brain Coordination


No matter how old your children are, you have an immense power to affect their growth, development and success in life. By actively pursuing activities that contribute to the better development of their brain, you provide them with an advantage over all other kids, and increase their chances to be successful in life.

Childrens Books And Educational Toys - Can They Still Be Fun And Have Educational Value


It was no contest. Given a choice between a ball and a book, my son would never have cracked a book binding.

Things To Teach Your Teenage Driver


Is it hard to communicate with your teenager about issues in his or her life? Regardless of the communication problems, there are two issues you need to discuss with them: driving and insurance. The following are four things to teach your teenage driver.

Working Moms: Too Busy for Your Children?


17 Quick Ways to Strengthen the Bonds of LoveOn Mother's Day, we celebrate the most important job on the planet.Most moms appreciate being acknowledged, but many still feel overwhelmed by the pressures of daily life.

Educational Toys - How Do Parents Choose The Best Toys For Their Child


The choices are mind numbing. Walk into any toy store or the toy section of any department store and there are shelves and tiers of toys labeled 'educational toys'.

Diaper Bags for Dads - Papas Got a Brand New Bag


Today's dads are more hands-on than ever before and their involvement is being rewarded with parenting gear designed with men in mind. Many items that have typically been designed for the maternal side of the parental equation are now being introduced in masculine styles, colors, and fabrics, including diaper bags, baby carriers, and strollers.

Nothing Like a Mothers Love


Travel is a common theme in my life -- probably started with the family vacation we took every year when I was young. But in all my travels, I have seen another universal theme, a common symbol of unity, love and Peace.

Banishing Bedtime Blues


"My son won't go to bed at night without a struggle. He keeps getting up with all kinds of excuses.

My Sons Deployment


One of the most difficult struggles in life for a parent is the struggle that occurs when the parent is attempting to keep their child safe and the child is attempting to explore the world and find their place in it, often times not in the safest manner.A discussion of Inside Out cannot occur without me sharing some of my own personal struggles with the concept.

Your Kids Career - Whose Choice?


A strange thing happened to me today. Or more precisely, a strange thought occurred.

Winning The Whining War


Jason Meridith's two-year old son whines when he wants more juice. Brenda Kreuger's eight-year old daughter whines about having to take piano lessons.

Help! My Kids Dont Listen to Me


Does this sound familiar? Have your kids not listened to you when you wanted them to? This is one of the most common issues that parents bring to me seeking help and support. Parents tell me that instead of listening to them, their kids sometimes ignore them, walk away, don't do what they are told, laugh at them, turn up the radio or TV, talk back to them or give them the silent treatment.

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