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5 Things Your Kids Learn From Traveling

Last updated: 07/23/2019

Psychologists have recently turned that age old saying, money can’t buy happiness on its head and proven that if it is used correctly, money can buy happiness. We just have to...

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Sex, love and marriage :: Couple time. - Toby and Roo

Last updated: 07/23/2019

“If you wake the baby I swear to god you go to her. And try not to bang the headboard, I was happy to just quietly read my book.”  In case you were in any doubt, that’s me to...

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Selecting an International School for Your Child | Home Jobs by MOM

Last updated: 07/23/2019

It’s always an exciting experience to visit a faraway place. However, when the stay it is permanent or spans several months, you might need to think about schooling for your...

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What if my kid is the bully?

Last updated: 07/23/2019

Each parent, upon sending our children off to school, has worried about bullying. What happens if my son or daughter is picked on? What if bullying becomes physical? What will I...

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The Power of Play - How Fun and Games Help Children Thrive

Last updated: 07/19/2019

More than just a chance to have fun, play is serious business when it comes to a child's health and development. From peek-a-boo to pat-a-cake and hide-and-seek to hopscotch,...

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Small Talk: How to Get Your Kid to Chat About Her Day

Last updated: 07/17/2019

A million things, great and small, have happened since your son got on the school bus, so when you ask "What happened today?" he may be overwhelmed. Should he tell you about the...

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Moments to Be Present During the Summer Camp Season

Last updated: 07/16/2019

Remember that first night at dinner with your new cabin? The nervous excitement of your campers? The antics the campers did to figure out how they were going to fit in?  The...

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Encouraging Outdoor Exploration for Kids

Last updated: 07/12/2019

Summer camp is a great place for your kids to engage in nature and explore the outdoors. When they're not at camp, there are some things parents and families can do to encourage...

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Three ways to teach optimism

Last updated: 07/08/2019

Psychologists define optimism as the expectation that the future will be socially desirable, good and pleasurable. And, it transpires, thinking that way is very good for our...

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Nature Is Better For Kids Than Expensive Toys

Last updated: 07/05/2019

STEM education is a relatively new phenomenon for American kids. The term, which stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, has birthed a technical subgenre...

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