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Can I Bring My Baby to College with Me? (Complete Guide)

Did you know that more than 5 million students in college are currently pregnant or parenting? Being a parent shouldn’t stop you from attending classes and graduating from college. But many mothers and fathers are if they can bring their baby (incl. newborn) to their college campus, e.g. when they attend classes. You can bring …

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Why Does My Dad Hate Me? (EVERYTHING You Need to Know!)

Growing up with a toxic father can have a devastating effect on anyone. You may be wondering constantly, even for years why your dad hates you. It may leave a person believing they were not good enough from as early as their childhood. Constant shouting and bouts of verbal abuse can have severe psychological effects …

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Do Child Actors Go to School? Options & Child Celebrity Examples

If your child has recently been lucky enough to land their first acting role, you might be delighted and concerned at the same time. Delighted because their talent is finally being showcased and concerned because it raises the question if child actors go to school? I have great news for you: there are several options …

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How to Teach a Child to Become an Engineer – The Key to Avoid Becoming Obsolete

Do you think there’s a budding engineer in your child? Would you like to give them a headstart in the engineering world? Or would you only like to teach them a few skills that they could benefit from using? Engineering is a sought after profession across the world. We’re always going to need engineers, just …

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Helping Children as a Father on How to Handle Failure

Failure isn’t just part of life, it’s one of the most neglected, taboo subject on the planet. We don’t like talking about it, because failure hurts. And it hurts even more when we see our children experiencing it. There’s a helplessness that comes from watching your children struggle, stumble and fall. Maybe it’s because it conjures …

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Why asking “What do you want to be when you grow up?” is not enough

Every child dreams. If you ask children what they want to become one day, and they’ll give you a relatively clear answer. I recently read an article where kids voted for their top jobs as adults. These ranged from dancers, in first place, all the way to becoming doctors in 15th spot. That’s a lot …

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The Best Christian Parenting Books for Dads (and Moms)

One of the best Christian parenting books for dads and moms has got to be The Christian Parenting Handbook 50 Heart-Based Strategies for All Stages of Your Child’s Life by Scott Turansky. It offers 50 short chapters of practical ways to deal with all aspects of raising children. You’ll also learn how to keep sight …

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50 Co-Parenting Quotes to Inspire You to Be a Better Co-Parent

If you’ve recently gone through a divorce or a separation from your partner, you’ll undoubtedly be considering the co-parenting option. Since it’s a messy process, you want to cheer up sometimes – here are my co-parenting quotes that should make you feel positive, wise, or just simply smile. These will help you get through the …

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