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The 22 Best Moral Stories for Kids

Teach your children valuable lessons with these fun and entertaining tales. Moral stories for kids are entertaining, but don't take this amusing little anecdotes for granted. They're also teaching your child a valuable lesson about how to be a good and considerate person, too! If you want to teach your child... more


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101 Funny Jokes for Kids

Got a little class clown on your hands? Here are 101 funny jokes for kids of all ages. One of the best parts of parenthood is getting to watch your child develop their own sense of humor. You get to see them work through the logic of different punchlines and discover what... more


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100 Questions to get to know your teenager

One thing that my wife and I discussed recently, was that we don't talk to our child enough about some of the bigger issues, that we need to while we still can learn more about our teen. So, we decided to brainstorm a list of questions to ask our... more


How to Potty Train Your Child at Night

Help your child wake up dry with these simple tips on nighttime potty training.     Let's face it, one of the best moments in a parent's day is when their child finally falls asleep. Staring at that angelic little face can give you the utmost joy, especially... more


Permissive Parenting: 7 Signs Your Kid Is a Brat

Excuse me, ma'am, but is that your kid throwing all of the condoms off the shelves in the drugstore, ignoring you when you ask him to stop, kicking and screaming that he must have the blue and the red boxes, and telling you that he hates you when you calmly... more


Potty Training Regression: How to Get Your Child Back on Track

Your almost-trained child has started backsliding, and you're starting to lose your patience. What causes potty training regression in children, and how can you reverse it?     You thought that your son was practically trained -- he just had an accident here and there. Suddenly, he's wetting his... more


Toddler Separation Anxiety and Other 2-Year-Old Social Milestones

Learn how to navigate the tricky waters of your 2-year-old's social development.   As your baby turns 2 years old, she's officially reached the halfway point of toddlerhood. Along with steadier legs and an adorably sprouting vocabulary, she is beginning to develop many new social behaviors. According to... more


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Should I tell my 7-year-old child that Santa isn't real?

My 7 year old was talking about something see saw on TV and how she'd ask Santa for that this year. Her older sister whispered something to me about how she was surprised she still believes in Santa, which I didn't think was that odd, she's 7... more