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Living Nomadically with A Toddler

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You've probably thought of what it’ll be like traveling around the world. Maybe you’ve dreamt about the great city of Chiang Mai in Thailand or the breath-taking beauty of the Oregon coast. But you must have realized that a fulltime traveling family is no easy feat, especially with toddlers. 

Although the nomadic lifestyle might seem like a daunting journey, we promise that it’s completely worth the effort. Let us help you out in this journey of fun and exploration.

Living Nomadically with a Toddler

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Weighted Blankets for kids with autism. Is it a good idea?

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Weighted blankets have been an ideal tool that therapists have recommended for years to fight autism. One particular factor of why these blankets are so highly successful is the way they are made - sewn with delicate pockets filled with polypropylene pellets, allowing the blanket to give firm and even pressure to the little body. This is a very important tool for rest time in every therapy for kids with autism, and it’s also useful when easing the symptoms of ADHD and other sensory disorders or conditions.

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Want to Talk to Your Children About Smartphone Addiction? Here are Some Tips

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Kids and smartphones have a complex relationship. They use these devices while in and out of their classes, to manage their social life as well as organizing various activities. If you’re a parent who feels that your child is always on his cell phone, don’t worry. You are not alone. A poll conducted by Common Sense Media, a non-profit organization that helps parents, kids, and policymakers in negotiating matters technology, shows that the number of kids who depend heavily on their cell phones is alarming. According to the poll, 50 percent of teens feel that they are attached to their...

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