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By WAT-AGE Publishing
A Cautionary Tale for Young People, Adults, and Parents Worried About Drugs
By Dr. Amy Stark
8 Tips to Create Warm Memories for Your Children During Changing Times
Online Marketplace CareLuLu Raises $1.7 Million to Connect Parents with Daycare and Preschool Options
By Bill Ratner.com
The author, who suddenly found his children bombarded by media messages he had helped create, offers up a history of child-targeted advertising, and provides tips to teach families how to be informed viewers and consumers
By Fanciful Friend Creations LLC
Provides parents with tools to engage and excite the entire family during this special time
By gal-friday publicity
Dr. Paul Roumeliotis reveals the new “Science of TLC” and how it can affect future generations
By The Bully Vaccine
November is child protection month and yet most moms have no idea how to protect their child from harassment at school. Jennifer Hancock, author of The Bully Vaccine, discusses 3 ways parents fail to protect their children from bullies.
By The Goddard School in Leesburg
Preschool Selected as Top Choice by Readers of the Loudoun Times-Mirror
By The Goddard School in Waldorf
Setting These Rules Early Will Help Establish a Lifetime of Balance
By Orkid Toys LLC
Orkid Toys, LLC, Overcomes Challenges, Receives Award with Social and Emotional Learning Toy, Meebie
By The Bear Creek School
Parents and educators are invited to learn how to nurture a child’s faith, mind, and heart. Receive help in developing qualities needed for success in school and life by attending this seminar on Saturday, November 1 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
By Dr. Amy Stark, Ph.D.
There are many creepy things about Halloween. Creepy does not need to include separated or divorced parents fighting and taking the fun out of Halloween. Parents know Halloween is a big deal for kids.
By Family Guide To
Family Guide To Cambridge is on a mission to help local families get out and about to enjoy all that Cambridge has to offer
One App to Rule them All. Playdate by Jago is live (beta) empowering parents to schedule and manage kids social lives from within a single purpose application. No more noise from other applications, no more noise from demanding children!
By Save More Spend Less with Heidi
Save More Spend Less with Heidi is holding her third annual Holiday Gift Guide. Some of the sections in the gift guide include: Babies, Girls, Boys, Women, Men, Household, Electronics, Pets and of course stocking stuffers.
By Marketing Exclusive Group
With a little effort, and the right knowledge, it is possible to help a child boost his self esteem and grow up into a confident individual.
By Dream of Things
A memoir about the lessons we learn from our fathers, the lessons we pass on to our sons, navigating mid-life crises, and hitting the road
By Hot Tub Publishing Ltd.
Finally a book about what it's really like to have two babies - and how to make the most of the first three years.
By Deborah Owen
Deborah Owen starts profession as new parenting and lifestyle coach. Owen aims to help parents find solutions to the challenges of parenthood and raise well-rounded, happy children.
By Dr. Amy Stark, Ph.D.
Children are back to school. Parents are in the thick of it helping with homework, attending school meetings with teachers, and juggling a calendar full of activities. For divorced parents with shared custody, Dr.
By Fellowship of Fathers Foundation
National Media Asking Tough Questions about Dads, Discipline, and Parenting: "How Can Dads Discipline Well?"
Author Releases Updated Edition Of Getting Ready for Baby: The Practical Parent's Organizer Author, Hélène Tragos Stelian is pleased to announce the new edition of her successful book on pregnancy, Getting Ready for Baby: The Practical Parent's...
By 5 Fold Media
No More Dancing Chickens! Empowering Families to Stay Connected in a Disconnected World.
By Andrews Institute
Andrews Institute is on a mission to help Moms and Dads parent confidently and teach compassionately
By SPARQ STREET Communications
Back to School can be overwhelming for everyone. Homework, Work, Activities, School events, Birthday Parties...so much to do and so little time to schedule one-on-one time together. Glama Gals offers 7 simple ideas for parents to stay connected.
By The Bully Doctor
Contact information: email@example.com Bullying Expert to Gift Anti-Bullying System to Students during Upcoming School Year St.
By Academy of Music and Dance
Academy of Music and Dance sponsors Seminar to Address the Most Important Questions Parents and Students Have about Future Music Education and Careers
By Christa Melnyk Hines
Family Communication Author Introduces a New Practical Resource for Parents
Months of anticipation have passed and finally the time is here. The re design has been completed.
By Life Innovations, Inc.
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA: Life Innovations, Inc., the leading relationship assessment company, recently launched a Parenting Version of the internationally renowned PREPARE/ENRICH assessment for couples.
By DCI Arts
Visual Artist and Gallerist, Meaghan Louise of DCI Arts has been nominated for two awards in the 2014 AusMumpreneur Awards.
By Luv My Blankee
Luv My Blankee©, a Devon based business, retails hi-lux blankets for children and babies from their website www.luvmyblankee.com.
By Creative Bird Productions
New Online Series “Catchin’ Babies” Looks at Life of Longtime Practicing Midwife
By CCF Los Angeles
2-day marriage and parenting seminar on August 2-3, 2014 in Los Angeles, CA
By Empowered Flower Girl
Parents should be aware of their children’s social interactions and take action when necessary. “We advise parents to be proactive about their children’s activities on and offline,” said Rasheda Kamaria, Empowered Flower Girl CEO.
By Family Foundations
State College, PA — According to a new study published in Maternal and Child Health Journal, women randomly assigned to attend the program classes with their partners experienced lower rates of Caesarian section than women randomly assigned to the...
By Warren Publishing, Inc.
Streetwise Parenting Recap from an Average, Everyday, Hands-on Mom
By Abigain Norfleet James PhD
Simply being male puts a student at greater risk of being identified with learning disabilities. Why is school such a dangerous place for young men? The problem could be that women have taken over education and boys are considered abnormal.
By Ladies Lock and Load
Ladies Lock and Load Responds to the 74 School Shootings since the December 2012 Newtown Massacre and Teaches NJ Kids More than Gun Safety
Girls Can Be Superheroes, Too! Lottie Announces Winner of their Superhero Costume Design Competition
An innovative crowd-sourced design competition that asked kids aged 10 and under to create a superhero outfit for the Lottie doll has announced a winner.
By safeHands LLC
With schools out for the summer, safeHands wants to keep you and your family germ free with their line of alcohol free hand sanitizers.
By BluCoin Education
Irvine, California – June 7, 2014: Blucoin Education announced today the Blucoin Reward Box, a patented lock box in which encourages children to follow directions and finish chores, will be available this coming September to Kickstarter.com.
By Raising Supaman
Move over Lord Chesterfield there’s a new King of Fatherhood in town
By Self Empowerment Coaching, LLC
Our Children Do Deserve To Be Happy, But From The Core, Not From the Store! The Digital Age offers great insights on today’s concept of parenting.
By Grace-Everett Press
Boy Without Instructions: Surviving the Learning Curve of Raising a Child with ADHD, by Penny Williams
By Ask Dr. Beth; America's Teenologist
I find myself losing my patience at times with my 3 year old and I start raising my voice. Do you have any tricks for me so I can be calmer when I get upset?
By SPARQ STREET Communications
2014’s Mompreneur of the Year Elaine Tan Comeau shares her Top 3 Tips this Mother’s Day to help Mom’s keep laundry at bay and have easier days, every day.
By Academics in a Box
The ‘Einstein in a Box’ product will now be called ‘Groovy Lab in a Box’
Quick and easy solution for parents to capture and chronicle life's greatest moments while on the go.
By Pocket Change, Inc.
How can you remind your child to do their chores or homework without coming across as nagging? Is there anything that can be done about children who constantly nag for money? Yes and Yes! With Pocket Change! Pocket Change is an allowance program...
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