Dads2Dads: Explorations into the evolving family compensation Lebanon Democrat Love the children under your roof—your own and/or any others who need nurturing. Tell them so. Make it clear through a word, a smile, ...
Most youngsters believe their parents are oblivious to their web activities, while some admit to making fake social media profiles and fudging browser histories to deceive tech-savvy ones, a new report shows.
Mindful Parenting: The Most Important Thing Huffington Post (blog) We so easily forget what is most important. We're often living our lives on autopilot, going through the motions, without truly knowing why we're doing what we're doing.
Stuff.co.nz In defence of single mothers Stuff.co.nz Behind National's boasting that thousands of single parents no longer claim the sole parent benefit, there are many burdened, exhausted and depressed single mothers with children paying too high...
WTOP Parenting: The pressing issue of paternity leave WTOP New York Mets' Daniel Murphy gives out fist pumps to teammates in the dugout prior to a baseball game against the Arizona Diamondbacks on Monday, April 14, 2014, in Phoenix.
Steamboat Pilot & Today Thoughtful Parenting: April is Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month Steamboat Pilot & Today This weekly column about parenting issues is written by local early childhood experts.
Betty Skeet's insight:
On thoughtful parenting...this is the Child Abuse Prevention Awareness month.
In-app purchases have become a thorny issue for customers in Apple’s ecosystem. Earlier this year, Cupertino settled with the US Federal Trade Commission over incidents where minors made in-app purchases – in some cases exorbitant ones – without the knowledge of their parents.
But if you (or someone you know) has been bitten by one of these inadvertent purchases, how can you go about recouping your money? If visions of paperwork and annoying forms are swimming before your eyes, don’t sweat it: Apple’s made it pretty easy to put in your request without even leaving your computer.
Very important parents! If you left by accident that password or account open without realizing that your kids can and do buy things within apps. Whether knowing or even without realizing it is Real money!
Experts agree that parent involvement in education is a big predictor of student success. So where can parents begin? We've compiled a list of articles, videos, and other resources to help you engage productively with your kids' teachers and school.
The Stir Why Kids Should Be 'Spoiled': A Talk With Parenting Expert Alfie Kohn The Stir It's these pervasive beliefs that author Alfie Kohn set out to debunk in his new book The Myth of the Spoiled Child: Challenging the Conventional Wisdom About...
Irish Examiner Bundles of joy but little fun as parenting becomes a high-performance pursuit Irish Examiner In her new bestselling book All Joy and No Fun: The Paradox of Modern Parenthood, writer Jennifer Senior, pictured below, looks at today's...
May 11- 17 is Food Allergy Awareness Week and as the parent of a child with multiple life threatening food allergies, I'd like to share a bit about parenting with food allergies. This isn't about curing, treating, studying, ...
I thought that anything could happen here, but the days went by,” Rosy says, of raising her children behind bars. “Everything depends on the parents, how we organise to protect and take care of the children.
Foster parenting can be joyous journey with many ups and downs Killeen Daily Herald Foster parenting is like a roller coaster. Just ask Priscilla King. “Foster parenting has its ups and downs, but oh, what a journey!
Betty Skeet's insight:
Foster parenting has many ups and downs, it is not a walk in the park. Despite this argument, it is worth remembering that effort and hard work do not imply that it can not be a joyful journey.
13 Things About Parenting You'll Only Appreciate Once Your Kids Leave The ... Huffington Post 13 Things About Parenting You'll Only Appreciate Once Your Kids Leave The House. The Huffington Post | by Shelley Emling · Email · RSS.
The fourth quarter of the school year is generally a time of preparation for schools and districts as they finalize next year’s budget, student and teacher schedules, and professional development for the upcoming school year. During this time of preparation, it is important that schools and districts discuss ways that they can support parents and the community in helping students to achieve success.
It is not just up to the parents, or just up to the schools and maybe the communities. Education needs to work with a framework for schools and the broader communities they serve to build parent and community engagement.The development of our children is our joint responsibility.