50 Printable Baby Shower Bingo Game Cards – Theme: Baby Gifts – Download and Print 50 different baby shower bingo game cards complete with instructions, markers, and call sheets in a PDF... More > file that can be printed out on any type of paper. Have a unique baby shower bingo game card for up to 50 baby shower guests. No limit to the number of times each BABY SHOWER BINGO GAME CARD can be printed. Baby Gift Bingo game can also be played as the mother-to-be opens her gifts. When a gift is opened that matches an item on the bingo card, the guest places a marker on the that square. Free online preview.< Less
A practical way of getting daily tasks done and enhancing family communication. Agile Kids is the book every modern family needs, with both parents with full time jobs, and children who need their... More > attention.
An essential part of your child’s development is his ability to choose, be independent and control what happens in his life, and parents need to encourage that independence.
Agile Kids will show you how to empower your children without losing your parental authority, through a collection of practical actions. Each chapter can stand alone, and offers practical advice you can act on straight away. The methods described in the book are is effective at teaching values and respect to others, and applies to public and home schooled children alike.
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Melanie Potock, MA, CCC-SLP is a certified speech language pathologist who has specialized for over 12 years in helping children love a variety of food. Her practice focuses on the family and... More > teaching the fundamentals of parenting in the kitchen. Mel wrote this book in the same manner that she works with families; with an open heart and a touch of humor. Raising an adventurous eater is meant to be fun. Enjoy the journey!
“This is a much needed book.
Happy Mealtimes addresses the important and neglected topic of HOW to feed children. It has all the tools you need to help your child explore new tastes and enjoy eating!”
- Carolyn Aibel, Ph.D.< Less
Birth Movement is an instructional photo book. Each page features a position with color photographs taken in a hospital labor and delivery room; a code for appropriate use: laboring, pushing,... More > epidural, narcotic; and a description with instructions for the execution of the position
This book is for pregnant women and their birth partners, doulas, midwives, nurses, childbirth educators, and obstetricians to learn how to use movement, positions and birth tools such as the birth sling, birth ball, and squat bar to support natural and low intervention childbirth in the hospital setting. The foreword is written by Katherine Parker Bryden.< Less
108 Days is a deep look at how we parent and how we can progress in an ever changing material world. This world is so much more! 108 Days takes mothers through the process of claiming motherhood... More > and completely embracing their role as Beacon for their family.< Less
Empower your child with the essential organizational skills needed to achieve a future of personal and academic success! Life can be out of control for a student lacking organizational skills.... More > Today’s kids are over-programmed, overwhelmed and over-stressed. This innovative, kid-friendly book will instill fundamental organizational skills and positive time management strategies needed to meet the demands of today's challenging world. "Your School Life" can be completed independently by the student, guided by a parent or incorporated into a teacher’s curriculum.
Every student can benefit from these invaluable lifelong organizational skills!
The benefits of an organized life are:
Less Stress, More Confidence, Strong Focus, High Productivity, More Free Time and Better Grade Potential.
Be proactive in your child's organizational future!
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This book is a jewel: a pearl of insightful essays written by a Messianic Jewish couple sharing their faith, values, and life stories with their children, and illustrating each lesson with their own... More > prophetic visions and dreams,and life-transforming experiences. It has an essential and vital message for everyone with a humble heart.< Less
Not too long ago nor too far away, a man and his wife wrote a book to their beloved children, entitled "Seven Flames", hoping to teach these little ones everything they had learned about... More > the God of all nations; a simple little book sharing their faith, values and life with their children. And for this, their family was bitterly punished.
Like a warm flickering campfire feared by predators of the night, this family was stamped out and scattered. Burning Coals is what remains. Herein are four open letters addressed to the broken children, touching on such intimate things as marriage, sex, heaven, and the resurrection of us all. ("Burning Coals" is a sequel to "Seven Flames")< Less
When their youngest child, Matthew, was diagnosed with Tourette syndrome, ADD and OCD, Kathy and Tony Giordano tried everything they could think of to alleviate Matt’s severe symptoms and... More > significant behavior issues. But once they discovered their son’s undeniable talent for drumming, the Giordanos began to focus on Matt’s abilities instead of only on his difficulties.
In this no-holds-barred memoir, the Giordanos discuss Matt’s intense childhood symptoms and the family’s feelings of isolation and blame. Kathy shares her desperate search for an answer and struggle to keep her family intact, while Tony tells the story of a frustrated yet determined father. Matt reflects on his difficult childhood and provides tips for parents of children with similar obstacles, plus explains the critical support that allowed him to start his company, Drum Echoes, Inc.< Less
Mama’s Notebook provides you with an easy, flexible, and efficient way to organize your life. In one glance, you can coordinate your meal plan with the whole day’s events and tasks, and... More > there’s always ample room to take notes on the things that matter to you most! Unlike other planners, you can start up Mama’s Notebook on any week of the year, and you can skip weeks as needed. The back section of the planner provides you with easy reference sheets to help you schedule and shop efficiently. www.mamasnotebooks.com< Less
They were two best friends, who loved each other like sister`s. They made plans for their future but those plans changed because of the actions of another. Now one friend has to deal with the loss of... More > the other. A person`s life is so important. Will our young people wake up before it`s to late? How many of your friends are gone forever? I hope you find something within this story.< Less
People around the world say:
In a child's lunch box, a mother's thoughts.
The best place to find a helping hand is at the end of your arm.
Shoot for the moon. Even if you fall short, you will... More > land among the stars.
You are not a loser til you quit trying.
We change to win.
It takes a whole village to raise a child.
If there is no wind, row.< Less
There are aliens among us. Really.
We’re not talking about Yoda or E.T. or even My Favorite Martian. We’re talking about the extraterrestrials that live in our very homes. They may... More > appear vaguely humanoid, but they have their own language, culture, rituals, eating habits. They are a distinct and separate race whose ways are not ours.
We’re talking, of course, about “Tweens.”
Lovin’ the Alien is a humorous look at life with a tween. How does a self-described “middle-aged mom” cope with the ups and downs of parenting an adolescent girl in the digital age?
With a little white wine, a lot of technology, and an unfailing sense of humor.
Based on the wildly popular blog, "Lovin' the Alien," this book is the perfect gift for parents of tweenagers. Or the perfect treat if you find yourself in that particular ... um ... otherworldly situation.< Less
Families are where we learn about relationships; a place where behaviors, mindsets, good or bad habits are formed. Our families are the first place of socialization. We may learn love, hate,... More > violence, or abuse (emotional or physical). In order to correct dysfunctional behaviors, we must change wrong thinking.< Less
Madison illuminates her mother’s world. Some days, Jennifer White Gradnigo feels like Madison’s the only thing in her world. She wanted a child so badly before she met her husband that... More > she was in the process of adoption. When Madison came into their life, it truly was like Christmas. However, she didn’t fully realize how all-consuming motherhood would be for her.
In Motherhood: Not for the Weak, Jennifer talks candidly about what she experienced during her pregnancy and in the weeks immediately after giving birth. She never heard about most of what she experienced from anyone, including her sisters. Once she started sharing the good, the bad, and the ugly about pregnancy, it seemed to make others feel comfortable enough to do the same. Jennifer shares honest reflections about her pregnancy, birth story, and the first few weeks postpartum.< Less
Today’s headlines about the actions of twenty-first-century children tell us that they are in distress. Unusual behaviors surface as disobedience, failure to learn, anxiety about socializing,... More > excessive excitability, and inability to follow directions. What can parents do?
In this guide, Dr. Maria R. Burgio reminds parents that while many behavior problems are part of growing up, they must distinguish between normal behaviors and those that require help. She explains how children normally develop from infancy through adolescence and provides worksheets for tracking behaviors and identifying problems outside the normal range.
Dr. Burgio also identifies the special challenges of parenting twenty-first-century children, discussing topics such as sexual activity and substance abuse in children and adolescents, as well as how social media can effect social development.
As a twenty-first-century parent, you must get the information you need, for a wise parent is the key to a healthy child.< Less