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August 13, 2017     Category: LessonsSafety

Don’t wait until it’s too late – teach your child the precautions ahead of time in the event the child ever gets lost.You turn around and your child is out of your immediate sight. It’s your biggest fear. It’s your child’s biggest fear. … getting lost! Hopefully they will never experience this; however, if they do, you want them to be prepared.Being proactive and revisiting this discussion is a must for you and your children. Children need to be reminded of the proper steps to take if they get lost and always go over them before a...

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...

October 02, 2016     Category: BehaviorBullyingLife Lessons

Yes, it's your child who is the bully.It's hard for a parent to believe or accept that is their child who is actually the 'bully of the block.The phone rings. It’s a call from the school: Your child's in trouble for bullying. Most parents will say, “No way, not my kid!” and get defensive. But every kid is capable of bullying, even the nicest.So why do kids bully? Studies say there are two main reasons. One reason is that popular and powerful children use bullying to maintain their power and popularity. Another reason is children who e...