Caring for a child and teaching them doesn’t just happen. In fact, it takes a lot of work and dedication from the parents and other adults in the lives of children in their early childhood. However, as adults and as Continue reading Mixing Childrens Music With designated Areas
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Your child is at school. A new school day begins. You know what that means: the time that your nanny has come to the end of the nanny/nanny contract. Many parents disregard this as your child having made it to Continue reading Toilet Training Your Child – Don’t Fall Out Of Love With Your Little One
Family traditions and routines are a precious heritage in the family. They stit Din then keep the family unit going. Every day. Even when you are but a child. It takes commitment to preserve traditions, interact and quest them out Continue reading In the Soup of Love – How Family Traditions Spark “Feel-to-Feel” Learning in Children
These are the day to day reality of grade school. It would be nice if you could somehow control what happens to you, but is it really that simple? I think both math and music have a lot to do Continue reading Math, Music and Siblings?
Here is a recap: In a previous article I gave you the steps to find free government money. In this article I will give you a bit of advice on where exactly to apply. Also, in a later article I Continue reading How to Apply For Free Government Grants – Where to Apply For Free Government Grants
Banks have been offering merchant cash advances (or merchant loans) for a long time. However, as the economy started to become more unstable, banks began to warranty their own interests. As these loans became more shaky, banks did what they Continue reading faxless Merchant Cash Advance – When did it Come About?
I am a baby boomer. So, I am Matt Lemieux, 55-yr-old and happy. I decided to claim pages for the Baby Boomer Syndrome and write a little about my life on the blog. When I was a teen, I was Continue reading Confessions of a Baby Boomer
Not so many years ago holiday season inipads would get naught even if you knew how and what to use to make Diwali picnic to all the guest. Now, along with some very special meals being prepared to make a Continue reading A Holiday Guide to Create a Diwalicircle
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