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Popular Baby Names In The UK In 20015
Mar29

Popular Baby Names In The UK In 20015

Although its popularity is declining, Jack is the most popular boys name again in England and Wales – that’s 11 years at the top! However, 14% fewer boys were christened Jack last year, so we could see a change at the top in 2006. In Northern Ireland, Jack was again top and Lewis retained top spot in Scotland, with Jack the runner-up. Jessica was the most popular girls’ name in England and Wales having moved up from...

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Parenting Tip: The 7 Step Guide to Child Development Using Teaching Material with Child Stories
Feb17

Parenting Tip: The 7 Step Guide to Child Development Using Teaching Material with Child Stories

Child stories are an excellent way to promote child development. You can use teaching material along with children’s stories to teach moral lessons, factual knowledge or emotional intelligence. The beauty of using child stories in this way is that children learn without feeling like they’re “learning”; they learn by osmosis. Using stories to teach also gets children to really think about things. They can...

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Mother Explains to Friends Without Kids Why She Can’t Hang Out in Hilarious New Video
May04

Mother Explains to Friends Without Kids Why She Can’t Hang Out in Hilarious New Video

All ends of the spectrum live on the Internet. Take parenting for example. There is the website “STFU, Parents” for those sick of moms and dads who “overshare.” Then you have “What’s Up Moms?” — a popular online destination for mothers looking to curate and well, share more. Elle Walker is a mother of two and one-third of “What’s Up Moms?” The trio takes to YouTube and other...

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Art-based After School Activities
Apr21

Art-based After School Activities

A recent report by several independent researchers concludes that participating in the arts nurtures the development of social, personal and cognitive skills. Programs based on Arts can improve academic achievement and decrease the tendency towards delinquency. It helps youth form positive attitudes about themselves and build self-esteem. Arts programs involve communication, interpretation and understanding of complex symbols, much...

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Tips on How to Teach Your Kids to Save Money
Mar26

Tips on How to Teach Your Kids to Save Money

A lot of teens nowadays do not understand the value of earning and spending money. They were not oriented that investing is necessary even if they are still students. As parents, you play a crucial role in this area. You should be able to teach your kids on how to save money. They should be able to understand the concept of money and investment as early as childhood. This will prepare them to learn money management, as they grow old....

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Yes, I’m Over 35, But Do I Really Need an Amnio?
Mar11

Yes, I’m Over 35, But Do I Really Need an Amnio?

Since that screening doesn’t provide the highest level of risk accuracy available, I knew that if I wanted to find out—with more than 99 percent certainty—whether my baby had DS, trisomy 13, trisomy 18 or sex chromosome abnormalities such as Turner syndrome and Klinefelter syndrome, I’d probably need to go the invasive route: amniocentesis or CVS. Amniocentesis—usually done when a woman is between 16 and 22 weeks pregnant—allows your...

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