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January 24, 2013
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Does Your Child Need a Private Tutor? A Little Help Can Boost Early Childhood Development

There are many reasons why you might be thinking about getting a private tutor for your child. Some of these reasons could be because your son or daughter is struggling with classwork or homework, or maybe he or she is … Continue reading

January 24, 2013
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A Breastfeeding Doll, Really? Is that How We Are Fostering Early Childhood Development

Breast is best? No, for me, breast is less. Less milk that is. Breastfeeding wasn’t a viable option for my baby. Yet, with the intense societal push to breastfeed these days, moms who don’t desire to or those who simply … Continue reading

January 23, 2013
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Florida Mom Buys Armed Security Guard for Local Elementary School–Early Childhood Development at its Scariest

After the tragic Sandy Hook school shooting in Connecticut, many felt the need to act, to do something to protect our children. This Florida mom dug into her own pocketbook to hire an armed guard at her child’s elementary school … Continue reading

January 23, 2013
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38 States Have Slashed Higher Education Spending after Early Childhood Development Costs Challenge Many

Isn’t this sad? It’s bad enough that parents struggle to foot the cost of early childhood development. Now higher education is becoming seriously unattainable. What’s worse, 38 states have slashed higher education funding since 2008, and 16 more are cutting … Continue reading

January 23, 2013
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Diary of a Wimpy Mom: Confessions of a Mom with Serious Attachment Issues & Why I Passed on Early Childhood Development (preschool))

I’m torn. One of my best friends from high school is having a girls’ weekend in Vegas to celebrate her birthday and I’m not going. I was invited, of course, but the thought of leaving my lil’ boys makes my … Continue reading