September 2010 Blog Posts (8)

Fever In Infants and Young Children

A child is said to have fever if his or her temperature rises beyond normal levels. Normal human body temperature varies slightly among individuals. It ranges from 98 to 99 degrees Fahrenheit. It also varies according to where temperature is being recorded. Temperature is higher by 1 degree Fahrenheit when taken from the rectum than when taken from other body parts or zones, like mouth or armpits. For example, a 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit temperature taken from the mouth will register at 99.6… Continue

Added by Kelly Aveiro on September 29, 2010 at 5:30am — 1 Comment

Are You A Good Mom?

Are You A Good Mom?

By Adina Soclof









4 Simple Steps to Being A Great Mom.

Do you sometimes compare yourself to other Moms and feel like you come up short?

Do you ever wish you were someone else?

Positive psychologists study ways to help people find authentic happiness. Researchers…

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Added by Thomas Familly on September 23, 2010 at 4:30am — No Comments

2 Simple Ways To Get Baby To Sleep

1.Make Your Child Develop Sleep Associations

One of the key factors in your baby's development is in creating associations with sleep. It is important, therefore, to instill a bedtime routine with your child that includes sleep associations he or she can replicate for him or herself. The idea is to get your child to a point where if he wakes in the middle of the night, he can go back to sleep on his own.



Establish a bedtime routine with your child that includes things like a… Continue

Added by Kelly Aveiro on September 15, 2010 at 5:00am — No Comments

If a person makes a name, so does a name make a person. Names are said to be reflections of their bearers' personality. Your baby deserves the best name there is. You can give it your best shot. Her…

If a person makes a name, so does a name make a person. Names are said to be reflections of their bearers' personality.



Your baby deserves the best name there is. You can give it your best shot. Here are some points to consider.



1) It is time to depart from tradition, no matter how sentimental such a tradition may sound to you. Names of family members and other relatives who preceded one's generation often evoke fondness. No wonder it seemed natural for parents to name… Continue

Added by Kelly Aveiro on September 12, 2010 at 5:30am — No Comments

Giving Your Kids the Gift of Books

Giving Your Kids the Gift of Books

By Des Greene





Books and a love of reading are two of the greatest gifts we can bestow on our children. I feel privileged to have grown up in a household where I was surrounded by books, and though my parents have now both passed away, this bookish legacy remains to enlighten my life each and every day.

Because kids are highly perceptive, instilling a love of books is not something you can simply fake. Just handing them a book…

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Added by Familyigloo Editor on September 3, 2010 at 10:52pm — No Comments

Child Discipline Books - The Flaws Of Most Parenting Courses

Child Discipline Books - The Flaws Of Most Parenting Courses

By Tara Tucker





If you are looking for child discipline books, you need to realize that there are some flaws or faults that most of them have. By understanding what these faults are, you will be more informed to make the right choice in picking out a discipline program. You do not want to be disappointed after buying the book or ebook, having discovered that the methods taught in them are not going to make…

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Added by Familyigloo Editor on September 3, 2010 at 10:52pm — No Comments

How to Deal With 'Toddler Tantrums

How to Deal With 'Toddler Tantrums'

By Kathryn Fiore





We have all been witness to that screaming toddler in the store, or the airplane and thinking why doesn't that parent just calm that child. What happens when that child is yours and how can we handle this normal occurrence with sensitivity? One way is to practice attachment parenting. Infants and toddlers who are held often and whose cues are sensitively…

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Added by Familyigloo Editor on September 3, 2010 at 7:34pm — No Comments

Discipline Your Child While Boosting His Self-Esteem

Discipline Your Child While Boosting His Self-Esteem

By Katherine E Thompson







A healthy sense of self is every child's biggest shield against life's many challenges. When kids feel good about themselves, they will have a much easier time handling conflicts and resisting negative pressures. Kids who think positively about themselves smile more often and see life in a brighter perspective. Kids who have a…

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Added by Familyigloo Editor on September 3, 2010 at 7:30pm — No Comments

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