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May 21, 2017     Category: Homemade GiftsHoliday EventsCraftsMemoriesKids

Fun Mother's  Day Crafts for Kids!Enjoy and happy crafting for a very Happy Mother’s Day! Here are some popular and creative video finds for crafting memorable Mother’s Day gifts! Watch as each of these engaging presenters show you some unique and fun projects easy to do at home or at school! There’s little prep, few materials, and a whole lot of engagement for your inspiration! DIY Mother’s Day Projects for Kids from Vivique Speaks https://youtu.be/svmd9HYS5FU In this fun series you’ll learn about a few ...

December 03, 2016     Category: StressKidsParents

Keeping Stress to a Minimum During the HolidaysDo the holidays bring more stress than joy for you and your family at times? Don’t break a sweat. Here some tips to keep the holidays in perspective for you and your child so you aren’t losing sight of what really matters most. Keep It Simple First things first: make a list of your holiday projects and events and then prioritize them. Keep your expectations realistic. It’s absolutely okay to not attend every dang holiday related event or office party. Don’t beat yourself up ...

November 20, 2016     Category: KidsFun

Tablecloth tents, cardboard castles and other indoor adventures! Playing is important to children. It is the way they practice growing up. Anything children can play with safely can be a toy, but even a playroom filled to the brim with toys can occasionally become boring for a little one. Occasionally children need a new place to stimulate their imagination. An indoor play tent or fort is a perfect way to add interest to your child's play area and can be the perfect activity for a rainy day.A blanket or sheet and odd pieces of furnitu...

November 20, 2016     Category: BehaviorLessonsKids

My child can be “annoying” – does that make me a bad parent? Does any of this sound familiar? “She’s so loud and annoying!” “My little one’s energy level is over the top!” “I swore I would never have an obnoxious child – but I do!” Do you feel so frustrated when dealing with your child’s boundless energy – incessant chatter – their little hands touching everything within reach – and a thousand “Whys” a day? It is a challenge dealing with a child’s spirited temperament especially if the p...

November 20, 2016     Category: MissingKidsParentsSafety

What to Do if Your Child Gets Lost!Losing a child in a crowd is a parent’s worst nightmare. Most parents or caregivers have experienced the terror of not being able to find their child, whether in a shopping center, at an amusement park, watching a parade, in a store – just about anywhere – often in your own neighborhood. The U.S. Department of Justice estimates that about 350,000 children a year become temporarily separated from a parent or a caregiver for at least an hour. Further, these numbers only show reported incidents and doe...