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Parenting Tips

Parenting starts with your well-being! Here is some advice on how to teach life skills, work from home, distance learning, along with tips for developing parenting coping skills.

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The ‘Conscious Parenting’ Style Explained

‘Conscious parenting’ is a relatively new parenting style created from a mix of Eastern philosophy and Western psychology. Founded by Shefali Tsabary, a clinical psychologist…

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Screen Time for Kids: Stop the Guilt!

Parents who allow more than the recommended screen time for kids are often judged harshly by others. As parents, it’s tough to balance children’s online…

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Blub Talks: How to Foster Independent Play in Toddlers

Our host and teaching sensei Robert M. led our guest through topics relating to independent play, why it’s an important and far-reaching developmental activity for…

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Blub Talks with Agile Parenting Coach Susannah Chambers, ICP ACC

In this Blub Talks, we present a spirited discussion with Susannah Chambers, certified Agile coach, family coach, and HarvardX-certified coach in Family Engagement in Education….

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Time Management Tips for a Busy Parent

Parenthood can be tough, especially when you have two or more kids who are still quite dependent on you. Toddlers and kindergarteners can be a…

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How to Talk to Kids about Death

Deciding to talk to your kids about difficult topics is a courageous step. Apparently, not a lot of parents volunteer to do that. The list…

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Bedtime Tantrums - How to Get Your Toddler to Sleep

At around 3-years-old, my oldest child would fight me night after night and have the biggest toddler bedtime tantrums. The screaming and lack of sleep…

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The Truth About Threenagers and How to Deal with Them?

If you have ever heard the term threenager you might be wondering what it means. This term comes from the evolved toddler who turns 3.  …

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Terrible Twos - Are They Really that Terrible?

One day while doing my weekly grocery shopping my two-year-old had a meltdown. He began wailing, screaming, and throwing his head back in the shopping…

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Benefits of Hugging for Kids & Parents’ Well-being

My 3-year-old is such a cuddle bug. She often asks me to cuddle with her and most days I will drop everything and honor her…

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My son was diagnosed with bilateral hearing loss in both ears last year, and after his surgery, Speech Blubs is the best app to get him on track with kids his age.

- By Nola and Kory

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Living a Student Mom's Life: How to Stay Happy (and Sane)

Sure, motherhood is tough. No number of books, magazines, and support groups can prepare you for that to the fullest. And if you decided to…

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5 Creative Writing Games & Exercises For Children

Are you a parent or a teacher with kids under your care? Have you been struggling to help these children improve their writing skills while…

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What to Do Instead of Yelling at Kids

“Andy! How many times will I tell you to stay inside when it’s raining? You are going to catch a cold!” How many times do…

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How the COVID pandemic is Impacting Homeschooling

Parent-led home-based learning has been practiced in the United States and across the globe for many years. Parents have the right to choose if their…

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How Anxiety Affects Speech in Children

An anxiety disorder in children? What could they possibly be worried about? They’re just children after all! For many, the idea of a child having anxiety…

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Great Ways to Break the Cycle of Homeschool Boredom

Homeschoolers are just like any other students: they get bored. Add in social distancing and a global pandemic, and being at home virtually 100 percent…