Children who are squeamish when getting drops in their eyes or who don’t follow good personal hygiene may not be ready to make the swtich.
Two moms and an expert weigh in.
Is your tween ready to care for younger siblings?
Innocent to parents, first love for kids.
She’s not into email, and doesn’t have a Facebook account, but she does love her apps. Currently she has these favourites that keep her head down.
Frequent headaches can be a pain.
Is your child ‘rep’ material? If your family has a young athlete who shows talent and ambition in a given sport, tryouts are part of the game.
A Nova Scotia program helps kids and parents focus on social skills to prevent bullying.
Father, author and educator, Michael Reist, shares advice for parents on how to deal with a child they suspect has been bullied and how to approach teachers and school administration about bullying.
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