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North Kentucky Playgroup
If you're in the North Kentucky or Cincinnati area, join the North Kentucky Playgroup. We try to meet up at least twice a month and have fun, inexpensive outings that both mom...
by Abigail posted on 10/31/2008 - 0 answers
Bad habits from neighbor
Hi all,My husband and I would like to hear your advice on the subject of a 7 year old neighbor girl who we feel negatively influences our 4 year old son.  Here's the scoop...T...
by Kerri posted on 05/24/2008 - 1 answers
Preschooler's Crafts ?
I'd like to chat with anyone who has cute inexpensive craft ideas for preschoolers to do. (maybe Fall or Halloween crafts) Also, does anyone have ideas for home-made Halloween...
by L posted on 09/18/2007 - 4 answers
What happened to childhood?
It seems that so many parents these days don't want to allow their kids to be kids. They are in such a hurry for them to grow up that they miss out on what used to be the ess...
by Marcia posted on 06/14/2007 - 8 answers
Tips on Potty Training
Dealing with Potty Training Problems can be frustrating for many parents and child care workers. However, it does not have to be that way. You have to remember that the toddle...
by Janice posted on 01/01/2007 - 2 answers
Keep your own word
If you want a promise to mean something, you have to show the example by holding your own words. My kids knows that a promess is a commitment and you don't say it lightly. I f...
by Jacquie posted on 11/15/2006 - 1 answers
Time-out to stop siblings fighting
When you have two children of roughly the same age, fights are bound to happen once in a while and it's typically very hard to know who started it. Here is how I handle it: th...
by cassie posted on 11/13/2006 - 0 answers
Kids, I need my 'Mom Time'
There is a moment in the day when I want to have "Mom Time": I want to check my e-mails, make a phone call or watch the news. This is Mom Time! So I explained to my kids that ...
by Vero posted on 11/10/2006 - 1 answers
Record TV shows instead of showing live TV
If you have TIVO it is easier but this works also with a regular VCR. Instead of tuning your TV to the Cartoon Network or PBS Kids, record their favorite shows (or at least th...
by Carra posted on 11/09/2006 - 1 answers
If they don't want to go to school...
Let them stay home and follow you around in all the menial, boring activities like grocery shopping, stay in line at the bank and the post office, go to doctor's appointment a...
by Jenny posted on 11/08/2006 - 1 answers
Getting your kids to try new types of food
My kids are *really* picky, and it's always a royal pain to get them to expand their horizon in terms of what they eat. Be it fruits or veggies or anything... if it's new, the...
by Francis posted on 11/03/2006 - 1 answers
Helping Your Child Respond to Teasing
Ignoring the teaser. If the teaser is ignored he may get bored with the lack of response and stop the teasing. Change schedule. Arrange to arrive at school early and help ...
by Vero posted on 11/03/2006 - 0 answers
A fun way to tidy up the room
We have this game called "Beat the Clock". We have one of these kitchen timers that you turn to the desired cooking time and that turns back to a big "ding" when time is up. S...
by Jenny posted on 11/03/2006 - 3 answers
Too many toys? Rotate Them!
If your kids have too many toys here is a neat trick: take some of them away, put them in the basement or somewhere. Obviously don't take the one they seem to like the most at...
by Amy posted on 10/28/2006 - 1 answers
Learning to trace letters
Some kids are drawn to electronic games. You can shut them off if you don't like the idea, or you can use it to your advantage. For instance, Leapster has a great portable gam...
by Alain posted on 10/20/2006 - 0 answers
 
 
 
   
 
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