“Feelings aren’t communicated with words when you’re texting; emotions are sideways smiley faces. Kids are typing shorthand jargon that isn’t even a complete thought.â€
Maintaining an open dialogue with your growing child is vital in order to thrive in the upcoming years.
You can give your teen a head start in the career world by educating them about entrepreneurialism. The skills they learn will set them up for success as an adult.
With little ones – especially during this time of year – build on fun, not fear. Save spookings and scary costumes for the older kids.
Paints lost their punch? Crayons crumbling? When stocking art supplies for tots, remember that children make a lot more than just art – they make objects to extend their play, fantasy life and understanding of the world.
It’s an inevitable part of parenthood. But discipline doesn’t have to be dreaded …
What a made-up friend teaches you about your child.
Jane Dickens of Smyrna has a plan. She says she’s carrying a light baby blanket everywhere she goes this summer because you never know when you’ll need it.
That’s not babble. He has something very important to say. And he’ll be very pleased if you will join him on his journey to talk.