How to Make a Vision Board With Kids

How to Make a Vision Board With Kids

One of the best things you can do for anyone, especially your child, is give life to their dreams. In this post, you will discover three reasons to make a vision board with your kid and some tips on how to get started.

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Should Black History Month Really be A Thing?

Should Black History Month Really be A Thing?

There are some people that strongly believe in Black history and diversity but do not believe that Black History Month should be a thing. Is it really important or is it counterproductive?

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28 Acts of Kindness Ideas That Kids Can Do

28 Acts of Kindness Ideas That Kids Can Do

Raising your children to be kind humans is one of the greatest contributions you can make to this world. But this isn’t always an easy task because we can’t force anyone to be kind, not even our kids! What we can do is show them how easy it is to do something kind for someone else and that being kind can be really fun.

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Quotes Kids Should Learn (Besides “I Have a Dream”)

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Quotes Kids Should Learn (Besides “I Have a Dream”)

For most of us, when we think of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., we think of the iconic “I have a dream” speech. Many of us can quote portions of it and we probably read the words with Dr. King’s voice in our minds. But, Dr. King had many words of wisdom that we still desperately need today. Check out these 15 MLK quotes every kid should learn!

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How to be the Fun Mom You Always Thought You Would Be

How to be the Fun Mom You Always Thought You Would Be

There are a lot of pressures in adulting and parenting that sure can suck the fun out of motherhood. It’s hard to be fun when you’re stressed or worried! And while being “fun” may not seem all that important compared to things like feeding and housing your kids, it is far more important than one might think.

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Important Milestones You Need To Know About Speech & Language Development

Important Milestones You Need To Know About Speech & Language Development

As moms, we can tend to worry about our kids and whether or not they are "on track". Every child is different and will progress at his own pace, however, there are certain milestones that are set as a way to assess if a child may have a delay in speech or language development. Whether or not you are concerned about your development, it's important to know the milestones. This way, you will be able to identify whether or not your child may need to evaluated.

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How to Help Your Child to Make Choices From a Young Age

How to Help Your Child to Make Choices From a Young Age

The older your child gets, the more he will be faced with making choices. And, as we all know well, this will never go away. As parents, we can start preparing our kids to make choices from a young age so that making choices is less overwhelming as they grow older.

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Tips for Helping Toddlers & Preschoolers Through Separation Anxiety

Tips for Helping Toddlers & Preschoolers Through Separation Anxiety

Having anxiety over being separated from a parent or primary caregiver, is a very normal part of child development. Babies can experience separation anxiety as early as 6 months old or as late as 18 months old. It will typically subside at 2 years old but it is not at all uncommon for it to come back in the toddler and preschool years.

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