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A Short Baby Bible

A Short Baby Bible

TweetMommies & Daddies! Becoming a parent is the greatest pleasure in the world & if you are becoming one for the first time then your happiness is on the Top of the World!! You are very excited to welcome the new member in the family & you start preparing for it from the day one […]

Implications of Delaying Fatherhood for ...

Implications of Delaying Fatherhood for Millennials

TweetThe concept of fatherhood has changed dramatically in the last half century. Whereas fathers played the traditional roles of breadwinners and patriarchs, the 21st century Dad is more hands-on involving himself in child care from diaper duty to disciplining. As more millennials join the bandwagon, there is also another aspect to fatherhood that needs a look […]

What Dads Without a College Degree Need ...

What Dads Without a College Degree Need to Land Good-Paying Jobs

TweetAuthor: Christopher A. Brown If you listen only to the political rhetoric about the loss of good-paying manufacturing jobs in the U.S., you’d think our nation faces a crisis of historic proportion, especially for workers without a Bachelor’s Degree. The fact is the loss of 2.8 million manufacturing jobs has more than been offset by […]

Make A Date With Your Child

Make A Date With Your Child

TweetI know life can feel overwhelming and sometimes we lose focus on our true priorities. The every day routines of life often get in the way of making our children feel special. If it’s been a while since you spent quality one on one time with your child(ren) set aside time to make a date […]

Be A Good Sport

Be A Good Sport

TweetAre you modeling good sportsmanship to your kids? Sportsmanship can be summed up in three words—courtesy, respect, and consideration. Participation in sporting events provides children with opportunities to learn and acquire these traits. Brainstorm with your child about what qualities are important in good sportsmanship. List four or five qualities that you think exemplify good […]

Reading With Your Child

Reading With Your Child

TweetImagine sitting your baby in your lap and reading a book to him for the first time. How different from just talking! Now you’re showing him pictures. You point to them. In a lively way, you explain what the pictures are. You’ve just helped your child take the next step beyond talking. You’ve shown him […]

Internet Rules

Internet Rules

TweetIf you let your kids use the Internet, you need rules. The first one should be that they should never give out their full name, address, telephone number or school. And if they make a friend through the Net, they can only meet them in person if they take mom or dad along. In addition, […]

Don’t Be Afraid To Display Affection

Don’t Be Afraid To Display Affection

TweetKids need to hear affectionate words from their parents, and they need to hear them often. They need to hear you say “I love you” with sincere devotion. Obviously, if you rattle off these three words like a commercial one hundred times a day, they will lose their impact. Affectionate words must come from the […]