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Finding the right childcare can be overwhelming, but there are multiple good options to choose from.
Planning on taking baby to a dazzling Independence Day fireworks display? Consider bringing along pint-size hearing protection.
Whether it’s stopping play for a meal, leaving home in the morning, leaving child care in the afternoon or the hardest of hard transition — leaving the playground or park — transitions are difficult for toddlers.
“So who’s watching your kids next week?” Those are seven terrible words when the person asking is your in-home daycare provider. She told me she was taking vacation, of course, with months to prepare for the absence. But that also is plenty of time for me to forget all about it.
And often it can be a struggle to keep your child engaged in learning during the warm, sunny days of summer. But the key is as simple as giving them options.
From explaining how babies are made to helping your children grasp the concept of death, parents serve as guides for children as they grow and begin to understand the world around them.
And so our child comes to us with a broken heart, and we have to try to mend it with a little perspective and a lot of love. It helps to be prepared with a broken heart plan.
If it’s been a while since you were in college, here’s a reminder of the valuable lessons your kids should learn before they head off to school.