Halloween, the official beginning of the candy consumption season, has arrived. With candy universally available and regularly within sight of children, what is a parent to do? How can you win the candy wars?
Chick Moorman: Parenting
Homework can be a battle or a breeze. It can create conflict or cooperation. It can produce tension or focused attention. Which of these outcomes occurs in your home depends in great measure on how you talk to your children during that important time period. To help your child's homework experience be productive and stress free, consider the following ten best things to say to him or her during homework time.
I am writing in response to the Article "When Children Have Children"...
I am somewhat offended at the attitude that all teen parents are unfit to properly care for and raise their children. Becoming pregnant while you are still living at home, when your focus should be on school and starting your life, is not an ideal situation. But most pregnancies come unexpectedly. Some after trying for years, and some when you were being very careful not to become pregnant. None of us are ever truly prepared for it.
In June families around the world honor fathers. Let's take this opportunity to recognize dad's active role in a child's life.
I feel Happy but am I really. I am a 30 yr. old mom of two.My son is 9 (first born).
Many parents do not know how, do not want to, or lack the communication skills necessary to talk to their children about money in general. So when a money crisis develops, the potential to pass fearful and negative attitudes towards money to the next generation increases.
Most parents want to raise a confident and competent reader. Yet, they are often unsure of what to do. In the remainder of this article we will explore some important do's and don'ts that will give you some guidelines as you move towards the important goal of raising a reader.
"I love you," are three words all children need to hear often from their parents. Do you want those words to have real meaning to your child?
"My son won't go to bed at night without a struggle. He keeps getting up with all kinds of excuses. It doesn't seem to matter what we tell him. Nothing works. What do you recommend?