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Study Shows There May Be an Upside to Having a Lying Child

Study Shows There May Be an Upside to Having a Lying Child

A New Study shows that there may be an upside to having a lying child. ABC News has reported that kids who are good at lying may also be smarter than anyone thinks. Children who decided to lie while taking part in the experiment for the study seemed to be more skilled in verbal creativity and memory […]

How Mindfulness Can Help Get Your Picky Eater to Try More Foods

How Mindfulness Can Help Get Your Picky Eater to Try More Foods

Practicing mindfulness is quickly gaining popularity in America. Based on Buddhist principles, being mindful is living in the moment and fully experiencing external sensations as well as your emotions and internal thoughts. While practicing mindfulness can be challenging for a child, an aspect of it, opening up your senses, is a tool that parents can […]

Father’s Day and Dads Are Important

Father’s Day and Dads Are Important

It has been scientifically proven that children who have a strong and confident father involved in their lives are more prepared for the the ebb and flow that comes with life. Father’s Day is a special celebration where a child can show admiration and appreciation to a loving dad that has tirelessly fulfilled his duties as a […]

Memorial Day, Shavuot, Pentecost, ‘Tomorrowland’ a Weekend of Hope and Celebrations

Memorial Day, Shavuot, Pentecost, ‘Tomorrowland’ a Weekend of Hope and Celebrations

Hope is the underlying theme this Memorial Day weekend, with the opening of the movie Tomorrowland, and the celebrations of Shavuot and Pentecost. With the colors of the flags flying high, parades in the streets, and Christians and Jews celebrating their faith, and families watching Tomorrowland a movie about the promise of the future,  it […]

‘Dance Mom’s Miller Not a Role Model

‘Dance Mom’s Miller Not a Role Model

Dance Moms is a popular show on The Lifetime Network even though Abby Lee Miller is hardly what one would call a role model. In this age of bullying, adults are expected to defend children from people who make them feel bad about themselves. Many schools even have programs that are dedicated to teaching children […]

Mother’s Day Celebrations

Mother’s Day Celebrations

Mothers Day is celebrated on May 10th this year. The national holiday is over 100 years old in the United States, but it actually has ancient roots. According to History.com, the Ancient Romans and Greeks had celebrations of motherhood and mothers. The first know predecessor of the holiday was the Christian festival of Mothering Sunday. […]

Should Parents Be Prosecuted for Choices Involving Health?

Should Parents Be Prosecuted for Choices Involving Health?

To the people expressing their voice to make it federal or state law to require all parents to vaccinate their kids, let us sit on this health issue for a moment and mix it up with a little marijuana tea bag. Sure, marijuana is being recognized by more states in the U.S. as a remedy […]

Free-Range Parenting or Just Playing Outside

Free-Range Parenting or Just Playing Outside

Danielle and Sasha Meitiv believe in what is referred to as free-range parenting. This means that their children, Rafi, 10 and Dvora, 6, are allowed to explore the neighborhood without adult supervision. The family lives in the suburbs of Silver Springs, MD. Just before 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, the Montgomery County, Maryland police department were […]

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