Parents: Don’t Make This Deadly Summer Mistake

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We all hear stories and warnings of the dangers of leaving an animal in a vehicle on a sweltering day. But, please don’t dismiss the fact that it is just as dangerous(if not more so) to leave children unattended in … Continued

Stress Less and Parent at Your Best

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Written by Jennifer Henderson Parenthood is no doubt one of the most rewarding opportunities a person can be given. The joy of observing a life evolve into its own creative, self-sufficient being is undeniably an amazing gift. It’s challenging, yet … Continued

One of the Scariest Days a Mom Can Ever Have

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You may or may not know that my oldest son, who will be 11 in 2 weeks, has life threatening peanut and tree nut allergies.  He was diagnosed at 12 months old. It is part of what makes him the … Continued

28 Ways to Celebrate Black History Month with Kids

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Are you looking to celebrate Black History Month with kids and teens? We created a list of twenty-eight ideas, one for each day of February, that recognize the heritage, accomplishments, and culture of African Americans in the United States. Enjoy … Continued

When a Child Lives With the Secret of Sexual Abuse

Written and provided by The Mamabear Effect When The Words Can’t Come Out – Behavior Often, But Not Always, Speaks Sexual abuse is innately psychological – it affects a person’s sense of body autonomy, self worth, ability to trust others, … Continued

Predators Within The Family

Written and Provided by The Mamabear Effect While it is easier and more comfortable to focus on protecting our children from those we know the least, many children are sexually abused within their own family – by a parent, sibling, … Continued

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