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Recognizing the Unsung Heroes

Recognizing the Unsung Heroes

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KidCo. Productions has partnered with AllMomDoes and CRISTA Media to sponsor this post and bring you this information. As your family is heading back to school this fall, you are busy preparing your students for all that is ahead. You are shopping for cold-weather clothing, fresh pencils and paper, going back to routines that support the school schedule and making sure they are ready for the new school year. You are probably busy calming fears of what it will be like to have a new teacher, be at a new school, or meet new classmates. One thought that might not cross your mind in the midst...

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I really have no excuse. I’ve been parenting too long for this kind of mistake. But there we were. Last night. 2:30ish. In the ante meridiem. My nine-year-old son, hovering over my side of the bed, whispering in a full quaver, that he was scared. Really scared. That he was having bad dreams. And it was my fault. Because I made a newbie mistake. It was an intense video game that I let him play, buying in to his assurance that he wasn’t scared, that he knew it was just silly and pretend. And, to be fair, it really isn’t some terrifying, over-the-top game. But...

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Recent research has debunked the myth that the more time parents spend with their children the brighter their children’s future will be. Instead, it is about the quality of time spent with children and the types of activities done together. An hour spent fully engaged with children is much better than a whole day if the parent is stressed or sleep-deprived. It is also important that parents find time to spend time with their children, even if during the week they leave them with nannies or minders. In this post we will look at 10 weekend activities for quality parent-child...

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