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  1. Judy Arnall
    The Playgroup Altercation Part Two – Your child is the Victim You hear a loud thud, an ear-piercing scream, and then your child appears before you wearing a tear-stained cheek and red eyes and is pointing to another child. Apparently your son was hit by another parent’s daughter in the...
  2. Family Life
    Have you ever been at a play date, or in a public play place when the inevitable happens? Two kids want the same toy. Both moms feel obligated to force their kid to share. After all, that's good parenting, right? I don't think so. I write bearing good news: you don't need to force your kid to...
  3. Baby
    Want to make reading to your kids an easy thing that has few rules but all sorts of benefits? Check out one mama's 3 rules for bedtime reading. Though tons and tons of research suggest the many benefits of reading to your children, there's also research that reveals fewer and fewer parents...
  4. Judy Arnall
    One day it happens. Your cute, adorable, cuddly baby has turned into a toddler. And she’s discovered the word, “NO”! Emphatic, heart stopping, and powerful. The word no is a favorite among children because they hear it so often from parents when they mean business. Children are corrected...
  5. Judy Arnall
    If you have a child between the ages of one and five years who won’t go to bed, won’t stay in bed and won’t stay asleep, or wakes up too early, you are in good company. According to a National Survey in the US, 70% of parents with children under five years have the same problems. When children...
  6. Judy Arnall
    Why do Toddlers Hit? Is it genes or environment? by Judy Arnall, BA, CCFE, DTM It's natural for toddlers to hit, but where does this aggression come from? Actually, it is in our genes. We evolved from humans who could fight and defend their lives, territory and loved ones, and they passed...
  7. Baby
    It's the makings of a great joke, "You know you're a mom when..." And, though we mamas take our roles very seriously, where would we be in life without some laughs? (Or cries, as the case may be!) We talked to mamas in our Mothering Forums and asked them for ways to know it's obvious you're a...
  8. Judy Arnall
    The print book is out. This book features tips and tricks but no theory or opinions. It is just help for you to manage everyday challenges parenting toddlers to teens. All proceeds support Attachment Parenting non-profit organizations. Thank you!
  9. Life With a Baby
    Hey everyone, I live with my wife close to Atlanta and we're looking for good parenting course in the neighborhood. Can anyone recommend any?  I found just one parenting course in Georgia that looks credible: Rewardingparenting.com Please, no spam, just parenting classes/courses you have...
  10. Parenting
    Everytime when there comes a holiday or birthday, most of parents will be confused about what should take as a meaningful gift for their child. I may say if your child is over 6 years old, a cool hoverboard can be one of the best choice for them that will make them happy and thankful! One of...
  11. Finding Your Tribe
    Hey moms! Just want to share the info I have found recently. Was surfing the internet in a hope to find something new for my 7-year old. A book or smth that would tighten our relations (well, we had a troubled discussion recently). And guess what? I found a book for children and parents on...
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