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  • Is this why George cried? The moment naughty prince tramples on Pippa’s £40,000 wedding dress. What’s the naughtiest thing your kids have ever done?
    Naughty Prince George We’ve all been there ! Prince George kicked up a fuss at his aunt’s wedding on Saturday after his Mum Kate Middleton appeared to tell him off for stepping on the bride’s dress ! The three-year-old made an adorable page boy at Pippa Middleton’s wedding to billionaire ... read more
    Source: Sue Atkins Parenting CoachPublished on 2017-05-22By sueatkins
    15 hours ago
  • How to help if your child is being bullied – or is the one doing the bullying. Episode 19 of The Sue Atkins Parenting Show
      Episode 19 Bullying Special #BeKind Tweet of The Week @ThisMorning You can sign up to pledge here for the ‘This Morning’ Video I recently did a Cyber Bullying  Phone – In on This Morning with Liam Hackett from the charity  ‘Ditch The Label’ on the ... read more
    Source: Sue Atkins Parenting CoachPublished on 2017-05-19By sueatkins
    4 days ago
  • Making It Work: How Creative Couples Survive The Common Hurdles That Trip Others Up
    While the divorce rate is high for the general population, and is even higher for a second marriage, the rates are even higher for those with a creative nature and personality, especially those who make their living based on their art form. Think of all the failed relationships of your ... read more
    Source: HuffPost DivorcePublished on 2017-05-18
    4 days ago
  • Renovating a Child’s Room for the “Big Kid” Growing Up Phase
    Renovating a Child’s Room for the “Big Kid” Growing Up Phase Children grow up too fast. Before you know it, babies turn into toddlers and then quickly into little kids. While transitions are tough at every age (for both parents and children), one of the most important transitory periods in ... read more
    Source: Our Family WizardPublished on 2017-05-18By sklemp
    4 days ago
  • Divorce should be separate from money battles, says top judge
    Sir James Munby calls for streamlined online divorce procedures to stop family courts from being clogged up by arguments about assetsThe process of obtaining a divorce should be completely separated from a couple’s disputes over money, according to the most senior family judge in England and Wales. Referring to the ... read more
    Source: The GuardianPublished on 2017-05-17By Owen Bowcott Legal affairs correspondent
    5 days ago
  • “5 ways law of attraction helps me live my best single-mom life”
      This is a guest post from my friend Lauren Sweeney, a 27-year old single mom, marketing strategist, and blogger at Millennial.Mom. She lives in Connecticut with her daughter.     When I was newly pregnant, my now-toddler’s father bought me a book on the law of attraction. It wasn’t ... read more
    Source: Wealthy Single MommyPublished on 2017-05-17By Emma
    5 days ago
  • Can The Cougar Relationship Last Through Old Age?
    I’d have to say most divorced women I know have experienced a cougar relationship, or if they haven’t, they want to. I myself had a relationship with a man who was 13 years younger than me when I was a newly divorced woman several years ago, and I have to ... read more
    Source: Divorced Girl SmilingPublished on 2017-05-17By Jackie Pilossoph
    5 days ago
  • FAST – Families and Schools Together
    Help may be at hand for you if you are guilt-ridden, time-poor parents who always think you’re not quite up to the mark! Parenting is fantastic, rewarding and the most important job in the world but sometimes it’s tough, challenging and time-consuming. A new parenting technique called FAST could ... read more
    Source: Sue Atkins Parenting CoachPublished on 2017-05-17By sueatkins
    5 days ago
  • Does it feel like your child will still be wearing nappies on their wedding day? The good news is you’ll probably have cracked potty training by then!
    Does it feel like your child will still be wearing nappies on their wedding day? The good news is you’ll probably have cracked potty training by then! But it can be hard work. You need patience, a sense of humour and a child who’s ready. What age is the right ... read more
    Source: Sue Atkins Parenting CoachPublished on 2017-05-17By sueatkins
    5 days ago
  • Pretend play – the importance of make believe and dressing-up games for toddlers.
    Many toddlers these days are tech-savvy, able to master the TV remote, computer games and hand held consoles from a very early age. Despite living in this world of gadgetry experts believe children should also be encouraged to have fun in the world of their own imagination. Kids love ... read more
    Source: Sue Atkins Parenting CoachPublished on 2017-05-17By sueatkins
    5 days ago
  • Pocket Money – Ages & Stages
    ‘Money makes the world go around!’ as Lisa Minnelli happily sang in the hit musical “Cabaret” and it certainly seems to be true on more than one occasion, but debt is on the increase and there seems to be more and more demands on your money than ever before ... read more
    Source: Sue Atkins Parenting CoachPublished on 2017-05-17By sueatkins
    5 days ago
  • Getting your kids to help around the house – Made Easy of course!
    If it feels like you are the one bearing the brunt of domestic chores in your home it may be time to share the load – with your children. Giving kids chores not only lightens your workload, it also encourages teamwork and discipline. Your kids get to understand that they are ... read more
    Source: Sue Atkins Parenting CoachPublished on 2017-05-17By sueatkins
    5 days ago
  • 4 Tips for Blending a Family With Teens
    4 Tips for Blending a Family With Teens According to the National Parents Organization, one-third of the U.S. population lives in a stepfamily, otherwise known as a blended family. They also report that 30% of children across the country are growing up in a blended family. Within this number are ... read more
    Source: Our Family WizardPublished on 2017-05-16By sklemp
    6 days ago
  • The Journey To Your New Destination
    "Is there anything as horrible as starting on a trip? Once you're off, that's all right, but the last moments are earthquake and convulsion, and the feeling that you are a snail being pulled off your rock." ~ Anne Morrow Lindbergh Isn't that the truth? The actual getting out of ... read more
    Source: Midlife Divorce RecoveryPublished on 2017-05-15By Suzy Brown
    1 week ago
  • A Mother’s Day Wish: I Want My Mom To Date
    In honor of Mother’s Day, I thought I’d address a reader’s comment. It comes from a caring daughter who is worried about her mom being lonely, and wants to know how she can help her.   My mother is almost 60. She’s been single for 8 years now. I know ... read more
    Source: Divorced Girl SmilingPublished on 2017-05-14By Jackie Pilossoph
    1 week ago
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