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No matter how excited you are about the arrival of baby #2, it's natural to be worried about how your firstborn will fare once he's no longer your one-and-only. Good thing you've got nine months to prep your big kid -- and yourself -- for your growing family! Now is the time to embrace only having one kid and show your firstborn how to be an awesome big sister or brother. Here are 17 things you have to do before having a second child: Book a Plane Ticket NowIt's fair to say that flying pre-kids is an infinitely superior experience than doing it post-kids. It's equally fair to say that it's easier to do it with one kid than with two. Things To Do With Your First Child Before Having A Second Baby
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How to Keep Up With Your Kids: Tips For Older Dads In a story in this week’s issue of TIME (available to subscribers here), Jeffrey Kluger, himself an older dad, explores the latest science on how a father’s age affects the health of his children. So we took the opportunity to gather tips from family and fitness experts to help older dads navigate fatherhood in ways that capitalize on their strengths and overcome their disadvantages. Here’s what they advise:
One of my earliest art memories is of Mrs. B who used to bring her lamb to school every spring for us to sketch … and take turns feeding with a baby bottle. How cool is that when you are 5, 6, or 7 years old? Or any age for that matter. Unplug Your Kids
iPhone Rules A thirteen year old boy never thought about iPhone rules when he begged his parents for his own phone. His Christmas present was what he wanted, but with a “catch”. In fact, 18 “catches”. A list of iPhone rules stating the terms and conditions under which he was able to use and keep the phone.... Better Parenting Institute
There’s nothing like a yarn chandelier to soften up the abode… If you are in a creative rut or know someone who is…this is a great video. Having taste means you have to work harder! THE GAP by Ira Glass from frohlocke on Vimeo. momincdaily
I am grateful you stopped by this site and honor you for stepping up and reaching out to as much information as possible to help you raise your daughter in the best possible way. I can guess that your world has not been the same since your baby girl was born, you are filled with happiness and also a little scared. You want to be the best possible parent you can be, nurture her and guide her to a bright future, you are looking for answers and tools to help you on this journey. As your daughter evolves her own identity and belief system with your support, you see her being bombarded with external information that will forever impact who she is. She is absorbing all the information she can get, she is vulnerable and open to the world. Building a solid bridge to your daughter's bright future
Tantrums A temper tantrum is the emotional equivalent of a summer storm – sudden and sometimes fierce. One minute you and your child are in a restaurant enjoying your dinner, the next minute she's whimpering, whining, and then screaming at the top of her lungs because her straw is bent. Children between the ages of 1 and 3 are especially prone to tantrums. Though you may worry that you're raising a tyrant, take heart – at this age, it's unlikely that your child is throwing a fit to be manipulative.
Dr. Terri Orbuch: How to Raise an Athlete -- and Why You Should When I was younger, I played competitive tennis. As a teen, I lived, dreamed, and thought about tennis all the time. When I wasn't playing on my high school tennis team, I was at the courts practicing with my father, who was my early coach.
If you are a dreamer, come in. If you are a dreamer, a wisher, a liar, A hope-er, a pray-er, a magic bean buyer . . . If you’re a pretender, come sit by my fire, For we have some flax golden tales to spin. Great Parenting Show
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Families and Parenting Urban Institute experts study public policies' effects on families and parents. We analyze family-leave policies, public supports for families, and government policies aimed at strengthening marriage. Our Low-Income Working Families project explores the hardships of employed families struggling to make ends meet. A third of all families with children (13.4 million families) have incomes less than twice the federal poverty line. A sudden job loss or health crisis could derail them.
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