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Creative Discipline for Young Children
Creative Discipline for Young Children By Andrea K. Clark As the mother of a five-year old, I am constantly struggling with finding a discipline method that works…all the time. Honestly, I’v
Educational Summer Activities for Kids
Just because summer has arrived doesn’t mean we should just let our kids lounge around the house and forget everything they learned about in school. The summer months are actually the perfect months t
Having Trouble Getting Kids to Listen?
Having Trouble Getting Kids to Listen? As a parent of a toddler, I am constantly struggling to figure out how to get my son to listen when I speak to him. Some days are better than others, but we go
How to Discipline children without being “Mean”
There is no denying the fact that times have changed since we were little…and times have dramatically changed since our parents were little, which means that the way we parent has to change too. It u
How to Keep Your Kids Healthy in the Winter
Children's Health - How to Keep Your Kids Healthy in Winter By Andrea K. Clark If you have children, then you know that the winter months are the most likely months for kids to catch coughs, colds an
Large Family Trip Ideas
One of my favorite things to do is plan family vacations. My husband and I have always tried to make it a priority to go on some type of trip each year with the kids. We believe that family vacations
Preparing for Baby
Preparing for Baby Many of our first-time online customers stumble upon us as they are looking for newborn baby girls’ dresses and baby boys’ suits . And that’s okay, because we love new and expectin
Respect is a Learned Behavior
Respect is a Learned Behavior One of the most common complaints that I hear about today’s youth is that they have a lack of respect for their elders. While I do agree with this sentiment, I have t
Reward Systems for Children
Reward Systems for Children Providing for our children starts the moment they are born…actually, it can start before this if you consider all the special equipment and clothes we purchase as we wait
Rules of Life
As I was browsing on Facebook today, I came across a friend’s post that she had shared. It was entitled the “7 Rules of Life.” Normally, I skim over these things, maybe hit “like” and move on. Howeve
Simple Ways to Make Little Girls Feel Special
Being a mom is a tough job. It seems like all we do is go, go, go. This is especially true for those of you who have multiple children involved in various activities. Although you may go to work durin
Summer Sports for Kids
Summer Sports for Kids As we are already experiencing spring temperatures in many areas around the country, it’s time to start thinking about enrolling the kids in summer sports. Not everyone has chi
Teaching Children How to be Content
Teaching Children How to be Content By Andrea K. Clark For those of you who have children, you are well aware of how easily influenced they are. As a mother to a Kindergartener t
Teaching Kids to Control their Anger
Teaching Kids to Control their Anger One of the most challenging jobs a parent faces is teaching their young children how to control their tempers. It seems like a lot of people joke about the “te
Thoughts on Parenting
While I certainly don’t feel any older than 21, all I have to do is look at my two boys and I get an instant jolt back to reality. I’ve been a parent now for six years, and while that may seem like a
Tips and Tricks for Toddler Flower Girls
How To Keep a Toddler Flower Girl Happy: The cutest part of a wedding is probably when toddler flower girls come walking, or “toddling”, down the aisle with their hair in curls and baskets full of ro
Tips for Teaching Good Sportsmanship to Toddlers
If you are like me, then you tend to put more of an emphasis on your child’s behavior when you are out in public with him or her and not so much when you are in the comfort of your own home. I am gui
Tips for Teaching Kids How to Read
Tips for Teaching Kids How to Read By Andrea K. Clark While I have always worked here and there with my son on reading, I haven’t ever been extremely consistent with it because I
Unique Activities for Families to Enjoy Together
I have to admit that there are a lot of days when it seems like my “family” time gets put on hold due to all of the things going on for our family. Rarely do we have days when we can just chill at hom