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School Starters Out into the World : Starting School The next big step (part 1) - School holidays & Preparing for school A new beginning
Making the move to school is one of the biggest transitions in your child’s life. Some children will be excited by the new opportunities this brings, and others will be worried about leaving the comfort and familiarity of the people they know.
Toddlers a Little Person Emerges : And then there were Two… A new baby
Developmentally, your young child will find it very difficult to see things from someone else’s perspective. As far as he is concerned, he is the very center of the universe, and he may not understand why you would want another child.
Edward Burns
You play a negotiator in your new movie Man on a Ledge. Do you ever feel like you have to bargain with your kids?
Your Toddler Month by Month : 2–3 Years - Just for Parents (part 2)
When adults are distressed or in conflict, children can take it personally. If you are upset, they are upset—and the chances are that they will assume it is their fault on some level.
Your Toddler Month by Month : 2–3 Years - Just for Parents (part 1)
A young child does not recognize the difference between work and play, provided it is fun, and will find great pleasure and interest in the simplest of household chores.
Your Toddler Month by Month : 2–3 Years - Your Toddler’s Wider World
Your two-year-old is just beginning to understand that the world extends beyond his immediate family. Grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends are starting to play more of a part, too.
12-18 Months: Toddlers on the Move - Weighty Issues
It’s also normal for babies to gain a little extra weight before a growth spurt or to appear thinner following a period of growth or an illness—all is fine so long as she remains healthy and eats well.
12-18 Months: Toddlers on the Move - Fussy Eaters
Fussy eating is a hallmark of the toddler years; it’s best to relax and let it run its course. Persevere and continue to offer new foods confidently and positively.
Toddlers a Little Person Emerges : Is She OK? Your child’s development (part 2) - One to three years What to expect at each stage Over the next two years, your toddler will strive to be increasingly
Support your child’s efforts at independent thinking, and his self-confidence and self-esteem will increase, giving him the skills he needs to succeed in the big wide world.
Toddlers a Little Person Emerges : Is She OK? Your child’s development (part 1) - Early developmental difficulties How common are problems?
Most children will demonstrate some sort of difficulty during their early years. Problems ranging from nightmares and bed-wetting to fussy eating and behavioral problems are common and a natural part of your child’s development.
Initializing the Kitchen : Kitchen Equipment (part 9) - Unitaskers
Box grater. A simple box grater for grating vegetables, cheese, and butter can save a lot of time. Sure, you can use a food processor with a grating disk (fast but lots of cleanup) or a paring knife to cube, but there are times when it’s just easiest to plop a box grater on a plate or cutting board and grate away.
Initializing the Kitchen : Kitchen Equipment (part 8) - Standard Kitchen Equipment
There is a balance between having the right tool for the right job and having too much stuff on hand. When looking at a potential kitchen tool, consider if you can do the task it’s intended for with a tool you already have, and whether the new gizmo is a multitasker capable of solving more than one problem.
Will my family ever accept my partner?
If there’s a reason why your family dislikes your partner, they need to explain it, so you can comfort it head-on and as a couple. If it’s just an opinion, that isn’t a good enough reason for their behaviour.
Supporting Your Teenagers : Balancing Freedom with Responsibility
Your teenagers may think they're adults, but they can usually still use some guidance to assure that they take care of some of their responsibilities that may not be obvious to them.
Supporting Your Teenagers : Agreeing on Schedule Flexibility
Sometimes it seems—at least to the adults—that all teenagers do is sit in front of the computer, play video games, and watch television.
Your Toddler Month by Month : 2–3 Years - Communicating with your Toddler (part 2)
Children under the age of three who are raised in a bilingual environment are believed to learn both languages simultaneously, with no detriment to developing language skills.
Your Toddler Month by Month : 2–3 Years - Communicating with your Toddler (part 1)
Your toddler needs to learn to communicate so that he can relate to other people and develop the social and inter-personal skills that are so important for building friendships and being understood.
Initializing the Kitchen : Kitchen Equipment (part 7) - Thermometers and timers, Mixing bowls, Bar towels
You can use a bar towel as a potholder to handle dishes or pans that have been in the oven. Fold it in half to double the thickness, and don’t use a wet towel because it’ll steam up and burn you.
Initializing the Kitchen : Kitchen Equipment (part 6) - Weight Versus Volume: The Case for Weight
In an age of technology and modern plastics, there’s just something comforting about a wooden spoon. Look for one that has a straight end, as opposed to a traditional spoon shape, because the straight edge is useful for scraping the inside corners and bottom of a pan to release fond.
12-18 Months: Toddlers on the Move - Flavors from Around the World (part 2) - Lasagna Al Forno & Broiled Chicken Yakitori
Nothing is more of a crowd-pleaser than a big dish of baked lasagna—at any age and any time of year! Mixing the meat and cheese sauces may sound odd, but it makes the sauce taste richer.
12-18 Months: Toddlers on the Move - Flavors from Around the World (part 1) - Pesto Pasta with Chicken and Cherry Tomatoes
Eating out with your toddler can be fun, but it’s a good idea to make sure you arrive at the restaurant well before her usual dinner time, and to avoid busy periods, which can result in delays.
When the guy do not get along
Boys seem to be a non-scandal choice to “chat” about your girlfriends and about the person who broke your heart. Then, why is everything so complicated?
The best decision I ever made
The turning point was when I met Imran at a dinner party, I was raised in Germany as a Protestant, but religion wasn’t part of my life. I travelled with Imran to Pakistan and loved the spirituality and warmth of the people.
I will never get close to my mother
Growing up, my friends liked to stay the night at my house. My mother would bake crumpets and listen to their stories about the boys. My friends felt comfortable being with her.
Initializing the Kitchen : Kitchen Equipment (part 5) - Measuring cups and scales
Because much of cooking is about controlling chemical reactions based on the ratio of ingredients (say, flour and water), changes in the ratio will alter your results, especially in baking.
Initializing the Kitchen : Kitchen Equipment (part 4) - Cutting boards, Pots and pans
A skillet is technically the same thing as a frying pan, but I think of frying pans as being the cheap-but-good commercial aluminum ones and skillets as being stainless steel. A sauté pan is like a skillet, but the inside corners are square instead of rounded up.
Toddlers a Little Person Emerges : How Do I Expand His Diet? Fussy eaters
All parents worry at some time or other that their child is not eating enough. The truth is that most children will eat what they need, and negotiating this with parents is good for their developing independence.
Toddlers a Little Person Emerges : My Toddler Bites! Coping with an aggressive child
When I went to pick my son up from his first day at day care, my joy at seeing him quickly turned to embarrassment and shame when they told me he’d bitten another child.
12-18 Months: Toddlers on the Move - Always on the Go (part 2) - Cheese and Ham Pit-zas & Packed Lunch Ideas
Toast the pita halves under the broiler, then add the toppings and continue cooking under the broiler until the cheese melts. For hungry toddlers or older children, use whole mini-pitas.
12-18 Months: Toddlers on the Move - Always on the Go (part 1)
Your toddler will be raring to go, and ready to try many new experiences. It isn’t always easy to keep up with an energetic toddler, and to ensure he’s getting all the nutrients he needs.
12-18 Months: Toddlers on the Move - Independent Eating
Finger foods aren’t just snacks or incidental additions to your toddler’s diet. You can supplement even the fussiest toddler’s menu with appealing goodies that will both add nutritional value and encourage her to learn the skills of independent eating.
Initializing the Kitchen : Kitchen Equipment (part 3)
Keeping your knives in good working order involves both keeping the blade “true” (in alignment) and grinding down the blade to reshape the edge if the trued shape is lost.
Initializing the Kitchen : Kitchen Equipment (part 2)
Knife blades made of steel are manufactured in one of two ways: forging or stamping. Forged blades tend to be heavier and “drag” through cuts better due to the additional material present in the blade.
Initializing the Kitchen : Kitchen Equipment (part 1)
If you live in a large city, look for a restaurant supply store. These stores stock aisle after aisle of every conceivable cooking, serving, and dining room product, down to the “Please wait to be seated” signs.
Initializing the Kitchen : Approaching the Kitchen
So you’ve picked out a recipe to start with and you’re raring to go. Now what? Beyond the grocery shopping list, there are a few things you can do before putting the knife to the cutting board to avoid mishaps while cooking.
Your Toddler Month by Month : 2–3 Years - Encouraging Healthy Eating (part 2)
Having a meal away from home may not be the treat for a small child that it is for an adult. If you are going on a car trip, consider taking familiar and child-friendly foods with you. If a stop-off is easier, do not plan a long meal. It will be very tiring for your toddler.
Your Toddler Month by Month : 2–3 Years - Encouraging Healthy Eating (part 1)
What toddlers should eat, how much they should eat, and how to get them to try new foods are perennial dilemmas for all parents.
Your Toddler Month by Month : 2–3 Years - Overcoming Sleep Problems
Your toddler is on the go from morning until night, and requires your help to understand when he is tired and needs to get some rest. Life is far too interesting for him to want to go to bed of his own accord, but he needs his sleep and will benefit from having a routine.
12-18 Months: Toddlers on the Move - Learning to Love Food (part 2)
The wider the range of foods you offer the better. Wheat-based pastas or breads offer a good source of carbohydrates, but also include different forms, such as rice, potatoes, and different grains (buckwheat, oats, etc.) from time to time
12-18 Months: Toddlers on the Move - Learning to Love Food (part 1)
My toddler’s diet seems to consist of three or four favorites, but these include just two fruits. Is this enough or does she need more variety?
12-18 Months: Toddlers on the Move - Gentle Weaning
Weaning is often a tricky and emotive period for toddlers and parents alike, because regular milk feeds are replaced with wholesome, nutritious meals. Don’t rush the process if you aren’t ready.
I am Too Young To Look This Old
You swore you’d never be one of those women who freak out over every line and gray hair, yet here you are, doing just that. You could blame it on vanity, but expert says the real reasons behind your panic aren’t nearly so superficial.
9-12 Months: Exploring New Tastes - Parties and Treats
While healthy food is on the day-to-day menu, there is no reason why that all-important first birthday and other special events can’t provide an opportunity for a few treats.
Your Toddler Month by Month : 2–3 Years - Managing Behavior (part 2)
Helping your toddler manage his angry mood, or stop unwanted behavior, is challenging and time consuming, and time is often in short supply. If behavior-shaping is to work, your toddler will need to understand that there will be a negative consequence if he does not do as he has been asked—or a positive consequence if he does.
Your Toddler Month by Month : 2–3 Years - Managing Behavior (part 1)
A toddler can become conditioned to react automatically when a familiar trigger stimulates an automatic response . Understanding what triggers your child to laugh or cry may not be immediately obvious.
Toddlers a Little Person Emerges : Why Play? Links between play and learning (part 2)
Toddlers are discovering the sheer joy of using their bodies. This is a time for physical play—running, jumping, skipping, and play fighting. Puppies, kittens, and little humans all have a “play face” indicating this activity is just for fun.
Toddlers a Little Person Emerges : Why Play? Links between play and learning (part 1)
Lots of adults have forgotten the pleasures of play or are so caught up in the desire to teach their youngster something that they end up directing and commanding their child in how to play properly
Toddlers a Little Person Emerges : Why is He Obsessed with Blue? Fads and habits explained
When children are first learning to speak, they often stumble across unfamiliar sounds and jumble their words up in a desire to be heard and a rush to get their message across.
Planning Around the School's Schedule : Helping Your Children Learn to Manage Their Own Schedules (part 2) - Choosing an Age-Appropriate Planner
Although you can jump in at any time to help your children organize their schedules, ideally you'll be building their school-age skills on top of the ones you taught them in their preschool years.
Planning Around the School's Schedule : Helping Your Children Learn to Manage Their Own Schedules (part 1) - Teaching Scheduling Skills
Early in your child's school years, he will learn to read a calendar and tell time. Probably right about that time, too, he'll start to get homework assignments on a regular basis.
 
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