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The Bats Don't Have a Bedtime by Laurel Walther

“A great book for parents and kids!”The Bats Don't Have a Bedtime by Mrs Laurel A. Walther (Author), Emily Hercock (Illustrator)Parents will love that their children better understand the benefits of getting a good nights’ s...
by Riding & Writing on Dec 20, 2016

Can’t spot the wood for the trees

In the news in the last couple of days a number of stories have emerged that shows an incoherence amongst the men and women who are making decisions on our behalf. It appears that at a meeting of the International … Continue reading →...
by IanChisnall on Dec 20, 2016

Philosophy Wire: Only children.

Philosophy Wire by Spiros Kakos [2016-12-20]: People speak about only children. [1] But who is alone in a world full of consciousness? How can you be alone in a universe full of life? For as long as we see others as “others”, no matter how many s...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Dec 20, 2016

National Geographic now enabling extremist 'left-wing' ideological views on gender

Amanda PrestigiacomoDailywire via Sott.netTo the sound of thunderous praise from the Left, National Geographic has decided to bring in the New Year by celebrating a nine-year-old boy's sexual confusion. The magazine's special "Gender Revolution"...
by INFRAKSHUN on Dec 19, 2016

Free gifts your child really needs.

By David Joel Miller. Being a parent is difficult, give your child what they really need. Christmas is almost here, but then it could be any day and this principle still holds. Parents want to be good parents. Even when … Continue reading ͛...
by counseolrssoapbox on Dec 19, 2016

Single Parenting: Tips on How to Cope With Raising a Child on Your Own

Generally, raising a child comes with challenges, but when you are a single parent, these challenges are doubled because you don’t have someone to lean on. People become single parents for many reasons. Some people have children with a partner that...
by ParentsNeed on Dec 18, 2016

Parenting.

Sunday Inspiration.     Post by David Joel Miller. Parenting. “If you want your children to turn out well, spend twice as much time with them, and half as much money.”  Abigail Van Buren “Children have never been very good at … Contin...
by counseolrssoapbox on Dec 18, 2016

Philosophy Wire: Stupid clever…

Before and after telling someone is beautiful [source]...Philosophy Wire by Spiros Kakos [2016-12-16]: Edison was home schooled by his mother who was angered by his teachers who referred to the seven-year-old Thomas Alva Edison, as “addled”. [1]...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Dec 16, 2016

Kumpulan Gambar Animasi Bergerak Peringatan Isra’ Mi’raj

Kumpulan Gambar Animasi Bergerak Peringatan Isra’ Mi’raj – TEKNOKITA.COM – Seringkali masyarakat menggabungkan Isra Mi’raj menjadi satu peristiwa yang sama. Padahal... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website...
by Tekno Kita on Dec 16, 2016

Eclipse Art: Awesome!

This Eclipse painting is self-explanitorily titled “Awesome!” The sun and moon during this moment of total solar eclipse are larger than life. I painted the details of the moon’s cratered surface with sharp contrast. Two young child...

Are we Breeding Responsibility or Dependency?

Are we Breeding Responsibility or Dependency? People will rise up to the expectations that you set for them.  Ask any good coach, manager or parent and they will tell you the very same thing. Sometimes athletes, employees and children can’t see...
by I Didn't Come Here to do This! on Dec 15, 2016

The Story of Santa’s Birds

Guys, I am so excited to share this post with you today. It is something that is a little out of the ordinary for this blog, but it is something very close to me that touches my heart. Today, I am talking about children’s books. Specifically, a...
by Rappsody in Rooms on Dec 15, 2016

Basic Skills You Can Teach Your Toddler

The primary responsibility of parenthood is to teach children how to cope with life. They need you to equip them with skills that they can use to live successful lives. Teaching a child starts when they are young. Toddlers and preschoolers are at a g...
by ParentsNeed on Dec 15, 2016

20 Shakespeare Children’s Stories

William Shakespeare for kids. It already sounds like a great idea, doesn’t it? I love English literature but honestly, Shakespeare has always frightened me a bit. I am a book lover but I have never been fond of the works of Shakespeare. Until S...
by Simply Marina on Dec 14, 2016

Oh the joys of children…

Don’t get me wrong here, I love my girls to the moon and back.  However, I’ve come to the conclusion, that the reason most parents don’t warn their own children about having babies, is simply because they realize that if … Co...
by Putting My Feet in the Dirt on Dec 13, 2016

10 Simple Ways to Handle Angry Children

Anger isn’t good or bad, angry children aren’t good or bad either, its the way a child deals with anger that can be positive or negative. At times it seems [...] The post 10 Simple Ways to Handle Angry Children appeared first on Your Moti...
by YourMotivationGuru on Dec 13, 2016

Can I take over?

Sometimes, you just have to take over.This past week, it turned to winter, and it turned early. My daughter hates the cold and we’ve been talking about going away for some of the winter since... well, since last spring.But winter came early and tra...
by Parenting From Source on Dec 12, 2016

Helping a Loved One to Give at Christmas or Hannukhah

I first posted this in 2013, but since we made the white chocolate bark in our family a few days ago, I thought I would share again. Enjoy baking and giving with your loved one!The last few days, I have been thinking about the privilege of giving. &n...

10 Holiday Safety Tips for Children and Pets

Now that the holidays are upon us, many of us will have little visitors in our homes that may not be around on a regular basis. Or perhaps we have kids in the house, but the holidays present a new set of challenges with all the decor and additional a...
by The Kim Six Fix on Dec 8, 2016

Spiritual Kids... the E-course. What is it?

 I wanted to touch base with you one last time about the promotional period of Spiritual Kids, the e-course.Tomorrow at 5pm EST it goes from $77 to $147, and although I hate to sound salesy, I want to make sure you know about it. Especially in t...
by Parenting From Source on Dec 8, 2016


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