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Summer is Coming

Summer Is Coming: These Are The Parenting Tactics You Need To Succeed

Whether you are looking forward to or dreading the summer vacation, the fact is that it’s coming, and soon! Of course, summer doesn’t have to be fraught will stress and hassle for parents or their kids. In fact, if you stick to the advice below you will be able to have a fun-filled and successful summer that everyone will enjoy.

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Letting Your Kids Be Who They Are

Being able to be who you are is one of the best feelings in life. It means you’re always going to be looking at what you want, saying what you want, doing what you want, and ultimately living in a healthy and positive manner. To accomplish this our kids should be encouraged from a young age, and that encouragement should always start with the parents!

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Important Lessons to Teach Your Kids While They’re Young

Kids have brains like sponges. They soak everything up from the time they are babies: everything you say and do, the attitudes and beliefs that you have – even if you don’t see this right away. This means that it’s imperative to teach them certain lessons while they’re young, so they can get into the habit of them and become healthy, happy, well-rounded adults.

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What to Expect When Your Child Starts their Educational Journey

When your little ones are so young, you always seem to want the next milestone to come along. The one where they will start talking, the one where they start walking, running playing, communicating. But then as the age approaches for them to start their educational journey you all of a sudden wonder why you rushed it all.

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Transport For Tots: Modern Alternatives To A Bicycle

Cycling has long been one of the most popular ways for people to move around. Giving access to pavements, roads, and anything in between, a lot of people find that this form of transport is very useful. For kids, it presents freedom which can’t be found anywhere else, but this can make it hard for some parents.

Dad's Guide to Dealing with Divorce

A Dad’s Guide To Dealing With Divorce

Divorce is not going to be easy, no matter who is involved. It is a tricky process filled with emotions that often can’t be explained, other than that they’re causing a lot of pain and hurt. Even if a divorce is agreed on both sides, there’s still going to be some sort of emotion involved.

Educational Experience

Preparing Yourself and Your Child for Their Educational Experience

etting your little one ready for school is a big deal. Most people don’t take into account the preparation that often goes into securing them a place in the school of your choice and ensuring that they’re ready to spend [...]

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A Dad’s Simple Guide to Keeping the Kids Healthy

It’s not just Moms that are concerned for the children health, Dads are too. That means if you are the little one’s primary caregiver health is definitely something that needs to be high on your priority list. With this in mind check out the simple guide to keeping the little one as healthy as possible.

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De Train, Boss, De Train!

After spending the night in Austin, in our wonderful accommodations provided by Airbnb Joey, we packed up and ventured to see one of my DFW Website Designers client, Mario from (Forgive the name dropping, we need the backlinking. *hehe*) Mario bought another website more than paying for this trip.
After visiting and serving us a late brunch, he dropped us off in downtown Austin.

First Father/Son Trip on a Greyhound Bus

Father Son Trips Trains, Buses and Ubermobiles

It has been a reflective year for me so far. I’ve been thinking about special moments I had as a child with my parents. Most of those moments include special one-on-one times. When I have shared these stories with others, they also tell me about special fishing or camping trips they took with their Dad as a kid. Sometimes those moments happen by chance, and sometimes they were crafted by the parent to make lasting memories.

Car Seat Installation

It’s Time to Review Your Car Seat Installation

When I was growing up, it was perfectly acceptable from my grandfather to have a loaded gun in the front seat, be drinking a cold beverage, doing 70 mph down the highway, while I and my cousin stood straight up in the back of an open pickup truck. 40 years later, it was amazing I’m alive today. It was the age before car seats.

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New Parent Alert: How Not to Overspend

Becoming a new parent is both exciting and overwhelming. Whether you are a couple, or going it alone, the emotional rollercoaster you are about to embark on will change you as a person forever. While the traumas of pregnancy and the long wait will go faster than you anticipate, one element many new parents start to panic about is what their new baby will need in those first few months.

3 Pieces of Advice for Single Dads

3 Pieces Of Advice For Single Dads We Wish We Were Given

Being a Dad is no easy feat. Just trying to find the balance between providing for your kids and enjoying time with your kids is a constant battle where one can affect the other. However, being a single Dad is a whole new ball game. Literally. It is like trying to play two-against-one badminton in a lion’s den. There are just so many responsibilities to juggle.

Letters to Caitlyn,

Letters to Caitlyn, Weekly Advice for a Daughter at College

My Dearest Caitlyn, By the time you receive this first letter, you will have enjoyed the first couple days of your college life. I loved college and you will have the time of your life meeting new friends and learning new concepts. College was one of the happiest times of my life.

7 Ways to Get Involved in Your Kids' School

7 Ways to Get Involved in Your Kids’ School

It’s back to school time. My kids here in North Texas started last week. I know for many of you, your kids will start after Labor Day. Nevertheless, I thought it would be a great time to review ideas on how to get involved in your kids’ school. 7 Ways to Get Involved in Your Kids’ School…