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Finding Time For Your Child When You Have No Time

This statement 'Finding Time For Your Child When You Have No Time " just can not be true. We all have 24 hours in a day. It's our choice what we do with our time, and who among us, does not make time for what is important to us! Before I really get into this, let me tell you a little about myself. I'm a mother of two children and a wife of a wonderful man. God blessed us ...

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Wars Faced as a Working Mom

Wars Faced as a Working Mom We are at war. I'm not talking about our spirit warring against the flesh. Yes, there is a necessity to see this world for what it truly is and the daily battle we face as Christians. Unfortunately, I am referring to another kind of 'war'. You may have heard of it: "Mom Wars". You may have seen it in action; the commercials depicting the diffe...

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WHY CHANGE IS...GOOD?

Why Change isGOOD? "Changes are coming!" This phrase often strikes fear into the hearts of many, and perhaps, rightly so. Hearing this phrase from a CEO could indicate job cuts or reduction in salaries for employees. Hearing this phrase from a church pastor could cause tension in the congregation, and may even move members to utter the counter phrase, "But we've never don...

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WHY I BECAME A PRESCHOOL TEACHER

"For I know the plans I have for you declares The Lord. Plans to prosper you and not to harm you. Plans to give you a hope and a future." Jeremiah 29:11 If someone had told me 5 years ago that I would be sitting here writing a blog on why I became a preschool teacher I would have laughed in their face. Becoming a teacher was not in the plans that I had made for my future....

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After School Care is SO MUCH MORE than Babysitting

After School Care is SO MUCH MORE Than Babysitting When I was growing up, children didn't go to After School Care- just about everyone's mother was a stay-at-home Mom. We simply walked home when school was over, where Mom had our snack waiting for us. A lot has changed since then. Schools aren't built in neighborhoods anymore and traffic has increased so much that walkin...

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5 Healthy Habits to Put Preschool Bedtime Problems to Rest

5 Healthy Habits to Put Preschool Bedtime Problems to Rest It is no secret that toddlers and preschoolers can have interesting sleep patterns. As preschoolers get closer to kindergarten age, they will naturally begin to develop new sleeping habits. Their bodies do not need as much rest as before, but many times they don't seem to get enough. Their bodies will react to nap...

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Something Good Always Cooking at Kids Kafé

By the time most commuters begin their morning routines, Triad's Kids Kafe staff has already served preschoolers breakfast - and that's just the warm-up. The opening of the church's Worship Center/Gym last June and its large commercial kitchen, walk-in refrigerators, freezers and other equipment made Kids Kafe possible and brought food service entirely in house.Whether it...

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"In the Beginning?"

Controversy is one of the hardships that come with being a Christian. Unfortunately, it also encompasses the majority of the field of science. We are told in James that "the trying of our faith brings forth patience," and this does not exclude controversial topics of science. One of the most familiar controversies in science is the theory of evolution. As Christians, we k...

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7 Preschool Worries...and How to Deal With Them

When it comes to going to school for the first time, kids and parents have lots of concerns. From your child's fear of the new classroom to concerns about making friends, this exciting time can quickly become stressful. Here are a few tips on addressing you and your child's worries: Worry 1: He won't adjust to being in a strange place. A positive parent-teacher relations...

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Reading and Talking About Feelings

I have noticed over the years that preschoolers bring their questions, thoughts, and worries to their preschool class with them. To help the children cope with their feelings about sensitive issuesI call them tender topicsthe teachers carefully choose books to read and discuss. You can do this with your child at home. Find the "right" book. Ask a teacher or a children's ...

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