7 Tips For Choosing Safe Toys For Your Kids

Although toys provide numerous benefits to kids, the wrong ones can cause harm to them as well. Not all playthings are safe since some can become choking hazards or have sharp parts that could hurt your little ones.  To avoid these potential risks, it is important to choose toys that are safe for kids to play with.  Here are some tips for selecting the best toys that are also safe for your little ones:

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5 Outdoor Family Games for Your Next BBQ

Organizing an outdoor family reunion like a BBQ during the warm summer months is a great way to bring extended relatives together in the same place. Once you know where you plan to hold the BBQ and the food you want to serve, the next logical step is researching some fun things to do with family. Check out the list of fun outdoor games below that even the teenagers in your family will enjoy

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So You Need Cash For Holiday Gifts? Are Layaway Plans The Answer?

During the holiday season many big department stores and retailers like Walmart, Sears, Burlington Coat factory and Kmart did doing everything to get you to enter layaway plan deals (more on those later) so you could secure those holiday gifts for just a fraction of the cost as an advance deposit. But now the holidays have arrived, those layaway deals have to be paid for, and for most of us, there is a sudden need for the cash to pay for those deals, let alone to make the holidays super special. So let’s have a look at exactly what you should do if you are tempted or have entered a layaway plan, and what you can do to raise the cash to pay for your holiday spending

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What Are The Steps To Personal Financial Success As A Mompreneur?

No longer is there any stigma attached by society to women who are devoted mothers but who also sustain very successful careers. In fact, it has been a feature of business life in the 21st Century, that there are greater numbers of women entrepreneurs who balance business success with the demands of successful motherhood and family life. . You will find out how and why the ranks of these ambitious moms are growing every year and contributing millions of dollars to the economy

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Sweet Ways to Incorporate Your Children in Your Wedding

If you are getting married and you already have children, you will no doubt want to incorporate them into your special day. However, it can be difficult to know how to include them into the planning. You already have a long list of things you need to attend to, and you will want to give your children something special to do without them creating a longer list of activities to put on your shoulders. Read on to discover some suggestions on how to include your kids in your wedding...

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The Cheer Checklist - 6 Tips For Planning a Christmas to Remember

Christmas is a magical time, don’t let it become overwhelming. If you plan properly you can take any unnecessary stress away and make this Christmas the best yet. 

The most important thing about Christmas is to enjoy the time spent with family and friends. So, avoid leaving things to the last minute, don’t stress, and enjoy the gift of giving.

 

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Helping Children Cope With Moving To A New Home

Children don’t like big change. You can’t blame them as they’re only little and see big change as something that alters their comfort levels and life in general. Being a parent isn’t always about think of the practical needs of your children, but being there when their emotions run high. It's always going to be a major task for the whole family to pick up their things, and travel long distances to their new home

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DIY Ping Pong Ball Lights

These ping pong ball lights are fun and easy to make. They’re great for decorating interior spaces as well as illuminating outdoor patios and gazebos. My daughter and I worked on this together and we enjoyed coming up with creative ways to make our lights unique. Before we get to the step by step guide below, here are a few pointers to help you out before you set to work.

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Education And The Blockchain – Should We Be Teaching Blockchain In Schools?

It goes without saying that tech progress is moving at a rapid pace. Futurists point to Moore’s law – the idea that tech capabilities double every two years – as evidence for tech’s expansion into nearly every facet of our lives. Education has seen its own dramatic tech advances. Kids can learn math from gamified apps while riding in the backseat of the family minivan

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Love Problem? Tips Before Hiring a Spell Caster Online

People vary in some many ways. In amidst of the jungle of individuals, there are those who take spirituality and enchantments into a whole other level, such as casting spells on your love life, luck and other aspects of life. However, spellcasters are too rare that it makes them so hard to find. Door to door finding may take a person months to actually find them, yet still be wary whether it is fake or not. To make things easier, searching for spell casters online is the best thing to do, still, scammers are out there

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Traveling With The Little Ones Doesn't Have To Be Stressful!

While most parents have no trouble dealing with their kids at home, plenty of moms and dads become worried when they have to travel. That is because people know how difficult to can become to keep the little ones entertained and happy. For all the parents who stress about going places with their kids, there are some tips and tricks here that should help everyone to turn the situation around. With a bit of luck, no reader will have to fret too much about taking road trips with their kids after reading this post.

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Family Financials: Making Your Money Work More For You

When it comes to money, it can invoke a range of different reactions in everyone. Some will smile, some will flinch; because money can mean something different to everyone. If you’re someone that generally cringes when it comes to money, you need to learn to turn that mini panic into something more positive. Because regardless of how much or how little money you have right now, you can make it work for you. Money is often tight for families, but that doesn’t have to be a bad thing. You just have to learn to work with what you’ve got.

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7 Tips for Teaching Your Kid to be More Independent

Do you remember the first time you felt a true sense of independence?  Maybe it was the first time you got to sleep over at your friend’s house. Or, maybe it was when you finally turned 16 and got your own car. I’ll never forget the pure joy I felt when I was finally able to drive myself places… No more asking mom or dad if they could spare a few moments to give me a ride. Whatever your first taste of independence was like, it was probably a joyous moment in your life.

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Why Kids Should Science More [Infographic]

The way that children learn and scientific method have a lot more in common than you might think; starting with a simple idea children are able to try and prove or disprove an idea, learn from the outcome and improve their knowledge, much like the fundamental process that scientific research follows...

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Better School Bus Safety

For millions of school-age children, each day begins and ends with a bus ride. While parents entrust their children’s safety to the capable hands of bus drivers, these tips from the National Association for Pupil Transportation provide some measures parents can take and lessons they can teach to...

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