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Why Kids Lie & What to Do About It! The Parenting Junkie discusses lying. Learn why kids lie and what you can do to stop kids from lying. Why do children lie? Keep in mind that lying is a normal developmental behavior. Still wondering how to stop kids from lying, we have to let them
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You may have heard that giving peanut butter to a baby is a bad idea. However, the allergy discussion over babies and peanut butter has changed. When can babies have peanut butter? In this episode of Mom Docs, Lila Kertz says introducing peanut butter to babies at an early age actually decreases the likelihood of
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Which “C” is most Challenging for You? Comment below with… Chaos – rushed routines, busy schedule, survival mode Conflict – sibling rivalry, power struggles, marital stress Clutter – piles of laundry, never-ending cleanup, mess! Clinginess – over-dependent, needy children, feeling touched out Confusion – out of touch with your intuition, no clear vision, fear The
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Maximize your time with these creative tips for busy parents. Created for Parenthood, when your to-do list seems to grow at the same rate as your kids and there aren’t enough hours in the day to get stuff done and enjoy quality time with your family. Luckily, there are ways to save time and energy
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Coughs, congestion, sore throats, fevers—viruses seem to be everywhere right now, and it’s not just COVID. Cases of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), influenza and other viruses are rampant, and a critical shortage of paediatric fever reducers like ibuprofen and acetaminophen means parents don’t necessarily have the tools to deal with them. Here’s what’s currently happening
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Doctors Emily Hahn and Maithilee Menezes from St. Louis Children’s Hospital provides answers to what tongue tie is, and addresses common indicators and concerns of tongue tie in babies. Visit our website for more MomDocs tips: https://childrensmd.org/ Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/2vHvSCw Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stlchildrens Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/STLChildrens Learn More
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The Parenting Junkie asks what marriage advice did you receive? How did your parents model a happy marriage? Or if they didn’t what did they model? If you find yourself asking how to improve your marriage, or looking for healthy marriage tips you may not have had a healthy relationship modeled for you (most of
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Five ways to foster generosity in your family. Created for We’d all love it if our kids were innately generous, but like many things, charitable giving is mostly learned—and the holidays are a great time to start teaching. New toys and lots of time spent with family are not everyone’s holiday experience and this can
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Feeling extravagant? Treat your family to one of these luxurious gifts this holiday season. There are so many ways to express love and gratitude during the holiday season. And as we finally gather with loved ones to celebrate and be merry, we may be feeling extra generous this year. So go ahead and treat that special
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Whether they’re just getting into Pokemon or are begging for special headphones and keyboards, we’ve got your little gamer covered with these awesome gifts. Got a little gamer in the family—and no idea what to get them for the holidays? Fear not, we’re here to help. We’ve compiled some of the best gear, toys, apparel
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Parents can attest to the fact that when tested enough times, it is easy to lose your patience with your children. So how do you develop patience with your kids? Dr. Mini Tandon, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, shares ideas for identifying the context of these situations to better navigate them
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When it comes to choosing childcare, there are a wide range of options out there. A babysitter, nanny, in-home daycare, drop-off daycare—how do you pick the best one for your child? In this video, Dr. Katherine Rivera goes over some of the questions you should ask and provides tips for vetting childcare options. Subscribe to
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