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Simple Mommy Secrets to Choosing the Right Chores for Kids

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Several years ago I learned a Mommy Secret from my girlfriend about kids' chores that I've never forgot.

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Is Your Child Kinder-Ready?

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Preparing your child for his or her first foray into the "formal" education system is largely met with happy anticipation. But there's also a heavy dose of concern: Is my child ready for kindergarten?

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3 Skills a Preschooler Really Needs

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The 3 things teachers wish our children arrived at school already knowing. (Hint: It's got nothing to do with reading, writing, or 'rithmetic.)

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Making time-outs work for you and your child

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Find ways to make time-outs work

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Age-By-Age Toy Buying Guide

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Based on child development research, the following guide will help in your selection of toys for various age groups. Some playthings are recommended for more than one age category, as children of different ages often enjoy the same toy, each playing with it at his or her own level.

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First-Time Dads: How to Bond with Daughters

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Dads and their daughters have unique bonding needs in order to ensure a healthy relationship. Following this advice can help make that happen.

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Table Manners for Toddlers

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If there is one lesson you have probably learned as a parent, it is to expect the most embarrassing moments to occur at the most inappropriate times! Many of these mishaps seem to happen at the table. So, when your toddler says or does something that makes you and your husband appear that you have absolutely no idea what table manners are... say to yourself, "Don't worry, it's my rite of passage as a parent" (and of course, it makes for great dinner party conversation).

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