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Driving While Intexicated

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Intexicated is another form of distracted driving where the person is taking their eyes off the road to text.

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10 Tips for Dealing with Toddler Tantrums

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Toddler tantrums are not unusual. Here on ten tips to help deal with toddler tantrums--preventing and reacting to.

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Talking About Child Sexual Abuse

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Every parent needs to talk with their children about child sexual abuse. Get informed and talk to your children soon.

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how to tell your child

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How to tell your child about child sexual abuse. Recommended website.

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The Cool Spot

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Recommended teen site-The Cool Spot. Cool Spot is for tweens and discusses alcohol use, risks and peer pressure.

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What is the dif between helicopter and lawnmower parenting?

What is the dif between helicopter and lawnmower parenting?--How to avoid being one... dobibe.com

Defining what helicopter and lawnmower parenting is. Why it is harmful and how to parent more effectively.

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Never Give Up Until They Buckle Up

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Never move the car until your tweens buckle up. This is a difficult age as they assert their independence, but you control the car.

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Feeding Your Baby Solids

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How to know when your baby is reading for solids. Feeding your baby solids safely avoiding contamination. How to freeze baby food.

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Safely Feeding Your Baby

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Safely feeding your baby is easy if you know how to re-heat, freeze, and microwave baby food. Food safety when handling baby food.

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Keeping Your Sleeping Baby Safe

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Nothing is more precious than watching your little one sleep. There are steps you need to take to ensure this sleep is a safe sleep. Since the “Back to Sleep” campaign has begun, the incidents of SIDs has decreased by 50%. “Back to Sleep” means the baby is placed on his back in the crib up to the age of …

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