The American Academy of Pediatrics has identified important milestones for babies ages 8 months through 1 year old. We've included fun and easy ways to help your baby reach these key developmental markers plus helpful information new parents should know.
10 Discipline Don'ts from -- except for and -- arguing about consequences is a no, but discussion and even negotiation about rules and consequences is actually better for your kids in the long run. And there's a right and a wrong way to do spanking.
Fill your children with good thoughts before they go to bed. Ask them about their favorite part of the day, praise them for a good deed, pray with them, and tell them they’re the best gift God ever gave you. They’ll fall asleep feeling ten feet tall. -David Young #ALittleGuide
I have a daughter now, and one of my greatest fears is getting her through those tumultuous, insecure, awkward middle and high school years with her sense of confidence intact. I would love to protect her from every mean girl, every unkind word, and every
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