By Melissa Walker for Yahoo Parenting We all know that kids need to get enough sleep at night, but new research presented last week at the Australasian conference Sleep DownUnder found that giving kids an early bedtime, before 8:30 p.m.,… Read More ›
This article,written by Matthew Brensilver, a leading expert on Mindfulness, originally appeared on Education Week. Why Mindfulness? Fifteen years ago, the word ‘mindfulness’ was almost completely absent from the education world. Only a small group of educators and researchers envisioned… Read More ›
When an aspect of someone’s personality bothers you, you need to find and correct that same thing in yourself. ~ Sugarbabies.
Groundbreaking new parenting research shows that a strong emotional attachment between a mother and her baby may help prevent diseases, boost immunity, and enhance a child’s IQ By Patty Onderko From Parenting.com You take your baby to the pediatrician for… Read More ›
Parenting is the knottiest, most time-consuming, patience-sapping job ever invented. Are you carrying out your 24/7 duties confidently, peacefully and guiltlessly? Phillip C. McGraw, PhD, offers a few steps to success from his new book, Family First. It’s often said… Read More ›
By Sugarbabies When little Sophie was a baby, you thought it was so sweet to cuddle with her in bed with you every night. She smelled so good, after all. When she hit toddler-hood and was still in your bed… Read More ›
By D.D. Kelly When little Sophie was a baby, you thought it was so sweet to cuddle with her in bed with you every night. She smelled so good, after all. When she hit toddler-hood and was still in your… Read More ›