Some preschoolers are social butterflies and others might be best described as stink bugs. Even if your child falls into the latter category, don't panic. Friend-making skills can be learned.
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One of the important things in raising money smart kids is to show them that to have fun you don't always have to spend money! As parents no matter what your economical situation -- you can create magic.
No matter why you look forward to Spring, you'll want to make it a special time for your child. Rituals and traditions let a child know what to expect. Anticipation adds to the fun.
The United Nations has officially recognized March 21st as World Down Syndrome Day! For those with Down syndrome and the families who love them, it's a hard fought and much celebrated victory.
New research by the University of Warwick in England shows that the tone parenting books are written in sets unrealistic standards and makes new moms feel woefully inadequate.
Younger kids need financial literacy, too. Talk about what it costs to run a household, have them help you cut out coupons and get them involved!
If you think the topic of money is something that can wait until your child is at least driving a car—well think again. Time to have the "money talk"!
You've explained to your toddler that they're too big for a pacifier and why. They don't care about any of that stuff. They want their soother and they want it now.