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Parenting: Nature Outings Away From Home

Parenting: Nature Outings Away From Home

Nature Outings Away From Home:   Explore state and national parks. Camping in state parks is a great bargain for family travel. Check out the Junior Ranger program at the National Park Service. Children can earn badges for all kinds of educational tasks. Plan outdoor activities at your vacation destination. Be sure to include some outdoor recreation activities wherever you…

Planning Nature Outings for Babies and Younger Children:

Planning Nature Outings for Babies and Younger Children:

  Planning Nature Outings for Babies and Younger Children:   Introduce your baby to nature. It’s never too early to get started. Listen to bird songs with your baby. Admire colorful flowers along with your infant. Read guidebooks and maps together. Make guidebooks and maps part of your family reading. You can point to pictures of animals and plants and…

Before It Breaks: Help Your Child Deal With Divorce

Before It Breaks: Help Your Child Deal With Divorce

Divorce Part II Protect your child’s emotional health by working together with your ex. Your child needs to be a priority after a divorce, so they don’t feel hurt or neglected. It’s crucial to find a way to work together. Stay mature and remember you’re a parent who needs to protect your children. By working with your ex, you can…

Staying Home With Your Child

Staying Home With Your Child

Staying Home With Your Child   Contact your child’s school. Let them know your child is staying home and warn them if it looks like it may be something contagious. Teachers and classmates can pass along missed assignments, and the school nurse can help answer any questions. Arrange coverage at work. Take work home that you can do while your…

Our 4 Top Tips For New Parents

Our 4 Top Tips For New  Parents

10 Important Hints and Tips for New Parents Recognize that parenting is a learn-as-you-go journey. Of all the tips for first-time parents, this can be the most crucial. … Take advantage of classes before and after your baby is born. One of the best places to find helpful parenting tips for new parents is at parenting classes. … Don’t forget…

Family Ties Series: What Are the Different Kinds of Adoption?

Family Ties Series: What Are the Different Kinds of Adoption?

What are the different kinds of adoption?   Adoptions agencies are intermediaries between birth and adoptive parents. There are two general kinds of agencies: Local public agencies (also known as foster care, child welfare, and social services); Licensed private agencies (permissible in most states and many foreign countries). See more of our Family Ties Series : Want more one-on-one consultation tips for parenting visit…