December 2013

Learning To Tell Time

December 31, 2013

O’clock, a quarter of, half past – what does it all that mean? As kids go, I must have been one of the hardest to teach how to tell time. My fourth grade teacher, Mrs. Grace Whisnant, helped us kids make a pretend clock with a paper plate, a paper fastener and construction-paper big and […]

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Tips for Treating Bee Stings and Insects Bites

December 29, 2013

After chilly cold winters, everyone loves to be outdoors when the weather is pleasant and light. Kids love spring and summer as they get to play and have loads of fun outside. But as well as bringing in lot of fun and outdoor activities, summers bring insects and bees too. Bee stings are bound to […]

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Foods That Can Strengthen Your Family’s Teeth Enamel

December 29, 2013

Proper oral hygiene is important in caring your family’s dental health. However, the foods you serve to your family also play an important role in keeping their teeth healthy. It is a good practice that you limit your children’s sugary food intake. And for optimum oral health, you can also add these foods that can […]

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Use of Buzzy: Taking The Sting Out Of Shots [Infographic]

December 29, 2013

Source: Parents Like Us

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Parent Leadership and What That Means to Me

December 26, 2013

This week I was cleaning out some old documents and came across a letter I had written many years ago when asked what being a Parents Anonymous Group Parent Leader meant to me. Here is the reply in response to the question: What does parent leadership mean to me? When this question was recently posed […]

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Teach Your Children The Way You Teach Your Dogs

December 24, 2013

When you get a puppy you teach them to be housebroken, to sit, stay, down and heel— kids need training too. Hilda, an 86-year-old member in my Parents Anonymous group, had reared several children into successful adulthood and sought help concerning her teenage granddaughter. Hilda had two beautiful golden retrievers and often remarked how bringing […]

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