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 Another great tips for mom from mom daily tips let us know what you think , leave a comment When it comes to having sex, many women are brought up in taboo-ridden environments where they are completely misinformed when it comes to what goes on under the sheets, thus creating entire generations of women who have to deal with an influx of what I like to call “contraception misconceptions.” Contraception misconceptions completely defeat the purpose of having protected...

Hope this Tips will help New Mom’s Guide for Avoiding Injury.. you have tips let other mom know about it , leave your comment When I became a parent, nobody told me how hard it would be—especially on my wrists, elbows, back, and neck. All the lifting, bending, and twisting I do countless times a day to get my8-month-old and my 3-year-old in and out of strollers, cribs, car seats, and on and off changing tables is taking a physical toll in the form of creaky knees, achy...

It is not long before your young daughter will be looked at as a grown up person by everyone. Hence, you should start teaching your daughter about tips on becoming a lady right away. Teaching your daughter on how to become a lady is very important since one must always act their age and no will like to see their daughter act like a 16 year old teenage girl all her life. Below are some of the things you must teach your daughter to become a lady: 1, Loving yourself – Nobody will...

I can’t believe my youngest is now six. Okay, six really isn’t that old in the whole cycle of life I suppose. Looking a baby photos makes the age of six seems old(er). Wasn’t it just yesterday when she was learning to crawl? Didn’t we just spend a morning reading stories while her siblings were at school? Now she is halfway through grade one. Getting to a moment seems like an eternity, until you reach it and then it is gone in a flash. My daughter isn’t that...

Adults and children alike have fears. Fear is something we all experience because it’s a built in protective measure that helps us avoid or predict danger. But when your child has fears that interrupt sleep, or daily activities, what can you do to help? They don’t have to be severe fears to change the way your child behaves. The top five fears for younger children are: 5- Doctor 4- War 3- Personal Danger 2- Loss of a Parent 1- Divorce And though your own child may display...

Keep reading for why your college-aged kid is testing the limits and why you may need to change your frame of mind. Remember what it felt like to reach your 18th birthday, or the first time you lived or traveled on your own? To a teenager who has grown up with rules, curfews and obligations to parents, that feeling of inching closer to grown-up status is indescribable....

A school memory box is a safe place to keep your child’s artwork, accomplishments and memories throughout each school year. There are many ways to make a memory box — from an easy organized space to a more involved DIY project, which is perfect for older kids and parents to make together. This easy family tradition can be done yearly and becomes an organizational tool for you and your child to keep prized possessions from his childhood. Possessions you can both reflect back...