Parenting

There’s tons to do in Hawaii with kids, like play at a water park, swim with dolphins, ride ponies at a ranch and visit an active volcano. You can even have breakfast with Disney characters! For families, Hawaii is nothing short of a child’s playground, brimming with a slew of activities and experiences that reimagine
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Tattling or Truth Telling? How to tell the difference. What is the difference between tattling and truth telling. Learn how to stop tattling at home. Are you worried your child will be a tattle tale? Learn how to help your child with tattling vs reporting. If you want to stop tattling you need to teach
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KIDstruction Week 2016 was a great success, raising more than $400,000 to support patients like Luke Kahrhoff. Since its birth in 2011, the program has been an opportunity for St. Louis regional architectural, engineering, and construction companies to join together to help support St. Louis Children’s Hospital’s mission: “to do what’s right for kids.” Now
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Join the Play Pandemic Challenge → https://theparentingjunkie.com/challenge And ❤ share this video with 10 friends (https://youtu.be/NQKMDOhe4mc) The Parenting Junkie shares how to stay positive in stressful situations by learning to cope with stress when our world is flipped upside-down, teaching ways to find optimism and the silver lining, and how to reframe our dialogue. Don’t
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It’s 7:54 a.m., and we have six minutes to leave the house before we’re doomed to be late for school—again. My eight-year-old son, Pierce, is lying on the floor, his pants soaked with the orange juice he knocked over while stealing his sister’s waffle. Ten-year-old Marley is still wearing pyjamas, and her hair looks like
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Making responsible investment choices can make a positive difference for your family, the world and your pocketbook. Created for  As a parent, the list of responsibilities can be endless. Amid trying to manage all the tasks needed to keep kids healthy and safe, planning for their future and for future generations may seem like it
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Pinworms are nothing to get bummed out about—they’re surprisingly common and easy to treat. Five-year-old Ellie had been asleep for just 20 minutes when she awoke in a panic. “She was writhing and uncomfortable,” says her mom, Celena Gowan, who soothed her daughter back to sleep. When Ellie awoke a second time complaining that “her
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