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If only they came with a manual. But they don't. And we learn quite soon that we have to be super-women with answers to questions that we never thought were going to be asked. In the process, we resort to family, books, professionals, and our past experiences, trying to do our best. Sometimes it works; others, not so much. Thinking of that I created this resource where you will find the latest in parenting and education, based on science, personal experience, and love. 

Some of us naturally handle change better than others, but moving to a new home is always a big change that can be both exciting and nerve wracking at the same time. When you’re moving with children, these emotions may be magnified, for kids and adults alike. The key to making a smooth move is giving the whole process plenty of time and patience, while focusing on how kids are feeling and helping them through the change.

July 28, 2019

Nothing in life ever comes easy
Sometimes, not even life itself
Conception may happen as an act of love
But that ephemeral four-letter word
Can be as fleeting as a scared bird
That can't look you in the eyes for long
Can't hold you to make you feel 

that you belong
Might make you constantly feel 

that you did something wrong
And may sound like a distant, unfamiliar song

So, once the connection in the womb is severed,
And we are faced with complete helplessness,
We hope that our cries are met with love
But wh...

You’ve planned this for years, and now, your little one is finally due to arrive — and you’re a huge bundle of nerves. Are you really ready? What if you don’t know what to do, or you mess up your kid permanently? What if your baby gets sick, you struggle to breastfeed, or your relationship suffers? Stop. Breathe.

There are ways to keep the children from losing their minds (and you from losing yours) while you make your way along the highway into some vacation time together. Here are a few things that’ll make family travel a breeze.

There are so many perks to owning your own business, especially if you are a busy parent. Starting a small business means blazing your own career path and really believing in yourself, but you need to have the right tools to get yourself off to a positive start. If you are parent living with a disability, here’s what you need to know to make those dreams of being your own boss a reality.

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