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11. Care For Your Bedwetting Child's Skin
  Bedwetting has few serious side effects, but one of the physical discomforts it may cause is skin problems. Urine is a mix of fluid and waste chemicals from the body. When left on skin for a few hours in the night, it can irritate. Skin may appear red initially, and may turn sore and flaky if the skin is not treated. The skin will also thicken if the irritation is not treated, .....
Author: Jan Nicholas
Date Posted: Aug 12, 2005

12. Strategies To Help Boost Your Child's Self Esteem
  Self esteem in an important quality for all children to have. As parents, you can help to boost your child's self esteem by following the steps below: Model good self-esteem: Express through your actions and words that you respect yourself. Children are wonderful at imitating what they see and hear. Remember, you are your child's best role model. Create positive rou .....
Author: Aurelia Williams
Date Posted: Aug 12, 2005

13. How To Deal With Toddler Temper Tantrums
  It's one of the few things your child can do that will make your cringe. A high-pitched, eardrum shattering, teeth grinding scream that goes on and on and on. Sometimes to the accompaniment of heels beating on the floor, or fists on the wall. You may have to duck as the toys start flying, because your toddler is having a temper tantrum. The reasons for having temper tantr .....
Author: Jackie G. Maxwell
Date Posted: Aug 12, 2005

14. Preparing A Layette For Your New Baby
  First of all, in case you do not know, what is a layette? Well, the definition of layette is quite simple: a kit consisting of a complete outfit (clothing and accessories) for a new baby. Whether your new baby is going to be your first or fifth, taking that baby back home from hospital requires a lot of preparation. It is far better to have the essentials ready to make for a .....
Author: Roy Thomsitt
Date Posted: Aug 12, 2005

15. The Baby Stroller- How To Choose
  You will need to begin gathering the things your baby will need, now that you got the news that you are expecting a bundle of joy. You may feel overwhelmed if this is your first baby with all the decisions that need to be made. Deciding on the type of stroller you will use for your baby is one of the biggest decisions you will need to make. You need to determine your budget f .....
Author: Martin Smith
Date Posted: Aug 12, 2005

16. Halloween Opens Creativity
  Halloween is a time for both adults and kids alike to delve into their creative sides and dream up inventive Halloween costumes. It is also a time when people want to be something that they cannot be in their everyday lives. Some people choose to use their minds and try something clever, while others stick to the traditional choices of ghost or witch. They also want their costu .....
Author: Ray La Foy
Date Posted: Aug 12, 2005

17. Think Like Your Kids - And Understand Them More
  Seven-year old Michael was on a school trip to a Wildlife Centre in Central Scotland. It was near the end of the day and they were in the Gift Shop before boarding the bus for the journey home. Poor Michael! He couldn't resist the array of lollipops and chocolate animals that beckoned to him. He chose one and was about to pay for it with his last few pennies. His teache .....
Author: Frank McGinty
Date Posted: Aug 12, 2005

18. Coaching Your Teenagers on the Quest for Good Grades
  It is important that as a parent, you create a flexible environment that supports your teen, and provides her with the opportunity to grow into a self-reliant young adult. As a teenager, she will think at times that she has all the answers, and not need you. However, she will be happy to have you as a "safety net" when she realizes she does not have all the answers. This can in .....
Author: V. Michael Santoro, M. Ed.
Date Posted: Aug 12, 2005

19. What's Troubling Your Teenager? - Peeling Back the Onion Layers
  Onion layers are a good analogy for problem solving. Like onions, problems can have multiple layers, and if you do not dig deeply enough, you may end up not solving the real problem. A good way to indicate whether or not you have "peeled back" enough layers is to see how you "feel" during the problem solving process. At times it will seem like you have discovered the proper s .....
Author: V. Michael Santoro, M. Ed.
Date Posted: Aug 12, 2005

20. Unilateral Disarmament - The First Step to Improving Communications with Your Teenagers
  Many times, we are so conditioned in how we speak that we do not realize whether or not we are effectively communicating with our teens. This is especially true when they upset us. To ensure that you are fostering an environment that will encourage your teenager to talk to you, as opposed to fearing you, the first step is to evaluate your communication style. How you express .....
Author: V. Michael Santoro, M. Ed.
Date Posted: Aug 12, 2005

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