The Parent Collective- coming to Huntington January & February 2019

The Parent Collective offers a new approach to prenatal and parenting classes which helps couples establish friendships among others living locally to them and due at the same time all while skipping the judgments and agendas of other classes. We see ourselves as an alternative to other childbirth education classes which lend themselves to a […]

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The Physiological Benefits Your Children Gain from Outdoor Play

In a digital age where every individual owns a gadget or even two, it can be difficult to encourage children to play outdoors. Most of today’s kids would rather stay at home and play games on their tablets or smartphones. Based on Jenny Anderson’s report on, American kids spend about 18.6 hours of play time […]

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Join the Green Car Movement

Guest Post from Free Lance Writer : Amy Patterson It’s not news to anyone by now that our planet could use a helping hand. For nearly 50 years, there has been a huge movement of people trying to live “green” and more sustainably and despite all the changes and hard work, all of us could […]

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Effectively Examining the Safety Measures of Your Child’s School

Guest Post from Free Lance Writer : Amy Patterson The primary responsibility of ensuring the safety of a child lies with the parents. As most parents are already aware, the task of protecting your child is not limited to the boundaries of the home only. It is important that parents make it their duty to […]

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What Did You Say? The words we use impact our children

Calling all educators and parents! Do you ever wonder why your students or child seem to make what “we” see as the same mistakes or have an endless negative attitude? Granted there can be many reasons for the repeated poor choices or continued difficulties, but experience has shown me time and time again we can […]

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PARENTAL TIP: Be Specific!

Article Written By: Michael Pam Although this is a true story from this morning, it does make you think. The picture below is what happens when you tell a 10 year old to get his shoes and hat off the stairs. I wasn’t specific. Did he do as told/asked? Yes.

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Top 13 tips for Beating the Stress of the Holidays

article written by : Lety Algeri During the Holiday season, it is very easy to get swept away in all of the commercialism. When this happens, all too often, it is easy to find yourself looking around the day after Christmas wondering where the holiday went. It seems to get lost somewhere between the shopping […]

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