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Monthly archive for January 2018

50 Questions To Ask Your Kids Instead Of Asking “How Was Your Day”

50 Questions To Ask Your Kids Instead Of Asking “How Was Your Day”
by Leslie Means Now that we have a new baby in our home, time with my oldest girls (ages 8 and 6) is even more difficult to find. Between constant nursing sessions and shuffling kids to and from activities, it’s been an adjustment. To say the least. So I asked our writersRead more

How one schoolteacher takes time each week to look out for the lonely

How one schoolteacher takes time each week to look out for the lonely
The following story ran recently in Reader's Digest online parenting blog. A teacher came up with a strategy to stop future school shootings and it's not about guns! It applies to any situation where a young person feels lonely, vulnerable, different, left out, etc. At one time or another, theseRead more

More babies being treated for opioid withdrawal in Canada

Another side effect of the Canadian opioid crisis is now affecting neonatal wards around the country, as hospitalization rates for babies born with neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) after being exposed to opioids in the womb have risen significantly over the past five years. Statistics from the Canadian Institute of HealthRead more
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