Separation anxiety affects both children and adults in very different ways. While children experience fear they will never see mom again; moms sometimes develop an overwhelming feeling of guilt. With pre-school becoming more prevalent today; there is bound to be conflict for both mom and child. Let's look more at child separation anxiety, and tips to help mom cope with leaving baby in the later stages of infancy. READ More on Tips To Help Cope With Child Separation Anxiety
Mercy Medical announces parenting classes – Sioux City Journal
17 Jan 2007 at 3:16am
Mercy Medical announces parenting classes
Sioux City Journal, IA – 7 hours ago
Mercy Medical Center-Sioux City invites Siouxland parents and guardians to register for its Winter/Spring 2007 parenting classes, children's educational ….
Mercy Medical announces parenting classes (Sioux City Journal)
17 Jan 2007 at 3:20am
Mercy Medical Center-Sioux City invites Siouxland parents and guardians to register for its Winter/Spring 2007 parenting classes, children's educational groups and specialized support programs for parents and kids.
It’s often the case that kids are bored at home with nothing to do and mom can’t face another costly activity. There are lots of fun actitities that don't have to cost an arm and a leg.
Children’s activities don’t have to cost much and they certainly don’t have to be boring.
Here are a few ideas:
Take a trip to the airport. You don’t actually have to go in the airport but you can park close by and spot the airplanes. Talk to your kids about where the airplanes may be going or how many people may be on board. Kids find airplanes fascinating. READ More on Some Fun and Frugal Activities for Kids
Welcome to the 37th Carnival of Family Life. Our family here at More4kids is very happy to be the host this week. Everyone is in for a special treat if you have not experienced a blog carnival before. The Carnival of Family Life is where people share their thoughts, stories and experiences on Family, Spouse, Children, Kids, Pets, Mom, Dad, or just about anything family related. This weeks Carnival is informative, funny and inspiring. So, sit back, relax and enjoy this weeks festivities!
Celebrations and Birthdays
We are going to start out with a very special celebration. Babylune, is an informational resource for women recovering from childbirth. It has just celebrated its first birthday this week. Remember any of these benchmarks from your own births? Congratulations as Kate celebrates Year One posted at Babylune.
Denise offers a fun family birthday tradition. A birthday present hunt. Read I'm your birthday present. Can you find me? posted at Let's play math!. Umm, I will have to try that on my sons fith birthday, it sounds like fun.
Save money by making your own birthday cake. I think a homemade cake just makes a birthday celebration even more special. I really enjoyed this article. Stephanie shares her experience with making a homemade birthday cake for their daughters 5th birthday in Homemade Birthday Cake posted at Stop the Ride!. Happy Birthday!
Everybody likes to talk about their family, especially if you have kids – but where do you draw the line when it comes to pictures, video, and even names? Rory presents Just How Far Should A Personal Blog Go? posted at hamelife.
We often think about what we can teach out children, but what can they teach us? I often think about that. Looking at ways kids do things can often help us think 'outside' the box. That is why I especially enjoyed reading Lessons From My Daughter – Creativity posted at My Wealth Builder. It reminded me of what our children can teach us parents if we open our minds a bit.
Linda, aka TherapyDoc thinks and reflects about something that happened 14 years ago when her middle daughter cut school in Skipping School posted at Everyone needs therapy? Lessons from a family therapist.
Praveen's son like to be read Little Bo Peep. Preveen ponders that it teaches the ideas of passivity, trust , and letting things take their natural course in Tao of Simplicity: Little Bo Peep – Taoist Nursery Rhyme? posted at Tao of Simplicity.
Activities, Arts and Crafts
So its winter, your kids are at home, bored, and going a bit stir crazy with being cooped up in the house. Melissa at Crafty Places gives us some "crafty and fun" ideas in Keeping Children Occupied During the Chill of Winter
Lori at Fun Play Dates shares a fun outdoor activity in Winter Outdoor Activity for Kids – Create a Great Angel Craft
Here is one mother's attempt to duplicate her daughter's imaginative time on an etch-a-sketch. Miscellaneous Mum presents Keira, artiste extraordinaire posted at Miscellanous Adventures of an Aussie Mum.
Keeping your childs room clean and your house clean for that matter can be a daunting task for parents of young children. Hsien Lei gives us some great ideas in Cleaning Kid Clutter posted at Play Library.
Baby Jaundice is very important to diagnose early. Our youngest son born in June of this year had a touch of Jaundice. Everyone expecting a new one should read Lisa's article on Jaundice posted at Let's Talk Babies.
Child and Family Safety
One of the biggest fears every parent has is to turn around and realize theat their child not be there. Local Girl tells about her experience which thankfully turned out ok in Where Did She Go? posted at An Island Life.
Laura Young presents a public service announcement to help keep you and yours safe in the New Year in her article In Case of Emergency: Cell Phone Tip for Paramedics posted at The Dragon Slayer's Guide to Life.
Our Furry Friends
This was a great post! It almost makes me want to buy some kittens to help around the house! See some photos of Chris' kittents in Helping Out Around The House: A Kitten's Guide posted at Author Chris Dolley's Page.
Help promote the Carnival of Family life:
In order to try and increase member participation through leaving comments, I’ll be giving away a $10 gift certificate that can be applied to a purchase of one of our childrens personalized gifts at WWW.MORE4KIDS.COM to the person who visits (and comments on) the most submissions. You have all this week to make your rounds and the winner will be announced at the next carnival edition. Please include that you’re visiting through the Carnival of Family Life to help me keep count.
Last week's comment contest WINNER of a box of chocolate covered macadamia nut candy or a bag of Kona coffee is Desert Songbird (http://deserticebox.blogspot.com/index.html).
The Carnival of Family Life has come to a close…….Thankyou from More4kids to all our readers and all the people who submited such great articles. From our family to yours have a safe and enjoyable week!
by Stacey Schifferdecker
To feed your child’s brain what it needs, focus on providing “whole” foods, especially colorful whole foods. Whole foods are foods in their natural state, such as fresh fruit and vegetables, brown rice, whole grains, and meat. Melons and berries, for example, are excellent brain foods. Whole foods are always better than processed foods, which are usually stripped of their vitamins and minerals. What are other great brain foods to offer your children all day long?
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The Art of Parenting – Reckless Endangerment of Children – Desicritics.org
13 Jan 2007 at 10:03am
The Art of Parenting – Reckless Endangerment of Children
Desicritics.org, India – 11 hours ago
Parenting two active children has meant a constant flurry of keeping sharp pencils away and walking with the child on the 'safe' side of the road, ….
Parenting class for divorced, separated set Monday (The Enid News & Eagle)
12 Jan 2007 at 11:40pm
ALVA ? Northwest Family Services Inc. staff member Amber Maier will teach the organization?s ?Parenting Through Separation and Divorce? class Monday. The class will be 6 to 9 p.m. at Northwest Family Services, 620 Flynn, Alva.
Adopting a child may be both a long train of practical and emotional nightmares and the fulfillment of a dream. As an adoptee myself, I am very grateful for my parents who adopted me.
About 1% of all children in the U.S. were adopted. Thus, though the percentage may be small, the total number is considerable – in the millions. While, fortunately, many of the traditional stigmas have faded, adoption and raising adopted children remains a uniquely challenging process for millions of parents. READ More on Parenting And The Challenges Of Adoption
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