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Monday, 17 June 2019 10:26

Parenting Without Power Struggles

Three-year-old Ruby keeps upping the ante at bedtime. She says that if she doesn’t get one more book, or two more songs, or five more kisses (or all of the above!) that she simply won’t go to sleep. Voila — welcome to the pow·er strug·gle (noun), defined as: An unpleasant competition for power; refers to people in a relationship fighting about who is in control, with both trying to dominate the relationship in one way or another.

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Monday, 10 June 2019 00:00

The Power of Routines

For most of us, our lives involve a series of patterns—routines we perform almost every day, like stopping at the same place each day for coffee on the way to work. This is also very true for babies and toddlers. While we play a part in creating routines in our children’s lives, we may not fully realize the role they play in young children’s development.

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Monday, 20 May 2019 14:09

Raising Kids to Be Smart About Money

Young minds are programmed to absorb and copy the behaviors around them, which means the sooner you instill proper money management skills, the more prone your kids are to become mature and responsible stewards of their own cash-flow in the future.

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