Five Things You Need To Do Before Teaching Your Teen To Drive

At an early age, it’s critical to prepare your child to become a safe driver. This starts from a very young age through adolescence. When your teen becomes close to driving age, which in some states allows them to get a learner’s permit at 15 years of age, start teaching your teen what safety precautions to use behind the wheel. Along with safety, there’s state-specific requirements of potential drivers. Read More

Newborn Nerves: How to Prepare For Your Baby’s First Few Weeks At Home

Regardless of whether parents have naturally conceived a child, or you’re a family looking to adopt through Adopt Connect, adjusting to life with a newborn can be quite difficult. Many new parents are overwhelmed because they have to cope with a life major change. Fortunately, there are many ways you can prepare for your baby’s first few weeks at home. Below are some tips that will help you adjust to life with a newborn.
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Staying Warm: Five Steps to Keep the Heat Indoors

Winter can be a difficult time to save on utility bills if your home is drafty and your furnace hasn’t been checked lately. While you can certainly beat the cold by layering your clothing, wearing a hat indoors, or bundling up in a blanket, here are five practical steps you can take to keep the heat indoors.

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Keep Your Kids Healthy: Six Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ignore

Many parents tend to take the wait-and-see approach when it comes to medical issues with their child. While bruises, cuts, and the flu are a natural part of growing up, every parent should keep an eye out for these six symptoms that should never be ignored and often require immediate attention. Read More

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What Parents of Special Needs Students Should Expect as their Child Starts School

Sending your little ones is always a time of concern and anxiety for every parent. For those who have children with special needs, that concern is multiplied. Regardless of the need, it can make learning extra challenging. If you find yourself wondering what to expect when your student starts school, there are a few things you should be ready for as a parent. Read on to get a good idea of what is ahead, and how you can prepare.

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