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Does My Child Have A Speech And Language Delay?

Posted on 20 April 2011 in Parenting

Long before your child has uttered his first word, the process of learning how to communicate has already begun. But with kids developing differently, you could never expect your child to be as fluent as another kid with the same age in his playgroup. So when it comes to your child’s speech and language development, […]

Frugal Easter Gifts

Posted on 20 April 2011 in Money Matter$

Look around department stores and you’re bound to see expensive, pre-made Easter baskets filled with toys and candy. Some children beg their parents for the most expensive baskets and gifts. If you’re looking for frugal Easter gifts, however, try some of these ideas. Who says an Easter basket has to be in an actual basket? […]

How to Celebrate Easter More Meaningfully

Posted on 19 April 2011 in Life and Time Management

Family traditions can be the glue which holds a family together. This is particularly true when it comes to traditions concerning holidays. Many families wonder how to celebrate Easter more meaningfully as well as the other holidays throughout the year. Rather than focusing on the Easter candy the children will receive and eat, focus more […]

The Story of Passover – An Explanation

Posted on 18 April 2011 in Life and Time Management

When springtime comes, most people think about Easter and what it means to them. There is another day celebrated during the spring, often before or after, sometimes even falling on the same day as Easter. This is the Jewish holy day Passover, celebrated on the 15th of Nissan. If you’re not aware of this holy […]

Easter Egg Coloring and Decoration Ideas

Posted on 17 April 2011 in Fun & Games

Coloring Easter eggs is one of the activities children enjoy most about the Easter holiday; that and eating the candy in their baskets. Some parents have problems coming up with Easter egg coloring and decoration ideas. You can try some of these ideas to get you started. How to dye eggs It’s not unusual for […]

Easter Table Decorations Ideas

Posted on 16 April 2011 in Fun & Games

Easter is traditionally a holiday which brings families together. Some even consider it to be on par with Thanksgiving and Christmas. You can use these Easter table decorations ideas to help make your dinner table beautiful. Center pieces Center pieces can be as simple or as elaborate as you want them to be. A simple […]

Easter Sunday Brunch Ideas

Posted on 15 April 2011 in Food & Nutrition

Many families either get up early to make it to sunrise services for Easter or choose to sleep in this morning. If your family is one of them, you may decide to have a brunch rather than fixing breakfast or lunch. Here are some Easter Sunday brunch ideas to continue with celebrating the day in […]

Is My Baby Constipated?

Posted on 15 April 2011 in Parenting

Along with colic and diaper rash, constipation is also a common concern among parents of infants. With babies having irregular bowel movements, many parents often worry that their babies are constipated. But can you really rely on the frequency of bowel movements alone to indicate constipation? For many of us, the regularity of our bowel […]

Creative Easter Egg Hunt Ideas

Posted on 14 April 2011 in Fun & Games

Children love Easter egg hunts and look forward to them each year. When putting together your family’s Easter activities, you might want to try something different. These creative Easter egg hunt ideas may provide you with that inspiration you’re looking for. It’s not uncommon for parents to hide plastic and boiled Easter eggs. The problem […]

How To Get Your Child To Take Naps

Posted on 12 April 2011 in Parenting

When your child openly declares that he’s already giving up his daytime nap, how do you think you’ll respond? For many toddlers and even preschoolers, the idea of a few minutes of rest during the day has become more of a nuisance to their already fun-filled day. And with your child already accustomed to asserting […]

Is My Baby Getting Enough Breast Milk?

Posted on 10 April 2011 in Health & Safety

Am I feeding my baby enough? Perhaps this is the most common question that resonates in the minds of many breastfeeding moms. Unlike moms who bottle feed, breastfeeding mothers can’t accurately tell how much their baby has already fed and they mostly just rely on cues that indicate fullness. When your baby refuses to latch […]

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Creative Easter Egg Hunt Ideas

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How to Celebrate Easter More Meaningfully

Family traditions can be the glue which holds a family together. This is particularly true when it comes to traditions concerning holidays. Many families wonder how to celebrate Easter more meaningfully as well as the other holidays throughout the year. Rather than focusing on the Easter candy the children will receive and eat, focus more on […]


Easter Table Decorations Ideas

Easter is traditionally a holiday which brings families together. Some even consider it to be on par with Thanksgiving and Christmas. You can use these Easter table decorations ideas to help make your dinner table beautiful. Center pieces Center pieces can be as simple or as elaborate as you want them to be. A simple center piece […]


Easter Egg Coloring and Decoration Ideas

Coloring Easter eggs is one of the activities children enjoy most about the Easter holiday; that and eating the candy in their baskets. Some parents have problems coming up with Easter egg coloring and decoration ideas. You can try some of these ideas to get you started. How to dye eggs It’s not unusual for families to […]


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