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#1 My Dad's imagination  #2 My Dad's needs a gang member  #3 My Mom will never ask my dad to give me a bath. #4 This is how Dad gets me ready for school #5 My Dad loves Chinese food  #6 My Mom left me for 10 minutes with my Dad #7 Mom said the kids have to stay in bed #8 I think my dad needs a little training.    #9 Who said that the babysitting is a difficult job? #10 Problem solved  

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To educating your child, appreciating him (or her), and modeling emotionally healthy behaviors, remember that your job as a parent is to guide your baby—Not control him. Allow your child the freedom to make his own mistakes, but be there for him when he does and helps him correct them. Praise him or her not only when they do well, but also when he keeps trying despite repeated failures. Cherish the “little things” that make each day special and, above all else, have patience and tolerance. This will help your child to grow up healthy and happy and ensure that...

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How to become good parents?  “The moment a child is born, the mother is also born. She never existed before. The woman existed, but the mother, never. A mother is something absolutely new." - Osho Having a baby means much more than just changing nappies, ensuring regular feeding times, and waking up to tend to your child at night. Parenting is a full-time job that requires just as much emotional commitment as it does physical commitment, if not more. Parents who are unprepared for the emotional upheaval that inevitably occurs during the (developmentally critical) first 6 years of their child’s...

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How to save money while raising kids The reality of raising kids is that it can actually be a pretty expensive affair. As a mother of two, I’ve definitely experienced first-hand how costly having children can be. But here are a few tricks of the trade that I’ve picked up over the years that have been helpful to me and, hopefully, will be helpful to you too. Efficient cooking Cooking something healthy and nutritious while at the same time using cost-effective ingredients doesn’t have to be impossible. For example, meals such as a stir fry or spaghetti Bolognese are still...

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FAQ What is an Amber? When looking at amber, one must keep in mind that one is not looking at a rock; amber is an organic compound (tree sap), one which has solidified through the fossilization process. As it is well known that tree components often have analgesic properties (aspirin is famously derived from willow bark, for example),   What is the difference between Baltic Amber and non-Baltic Amber? Baltic Amber has unique pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory properties thanks to its succinic acid content. Unlike conventional amber, it is not polished or heat-processed; it, therefore, retains a much higher percentage of...

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