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When a child begins to question their gender identity or comes out as transgender, the process of growing up can become infinitely more complicated. As the parent of a transgender or gender nonconforming child, you also face a whole new set of struggles. Instead of feeling guilty for not understanding or approving of your child’s gender identity, understand where these feelings come from and how to move forward in a way that is beneficial to the whole family. What is a Transgender Child?
These two siblings are looking for a loving home where they can remain together.   Shayla is a happy child that enjoys playing with dolls, coloring, and doing arts and crafts. She is very friendly and makes friends anywhere she goes! Kevin is a typical boy that is very active and enjoys playing sports and being outside. Please SHARE this post to increase Shayla and Kevin’s chance of finding their family If you or anyone you know would like more information about adopting Shayla and Kevin, please contact: Mari Nakayama
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Meet Destiny   Destiny is eager to having a fresh start, having a new bedroom, new school, and making new friends! She likes to laugh and smile and thinks of herself as being pretty funny! Being the girlie girl that she is, her favorite color is pink and likes to jump rope.
Yesterday, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued advice geared toward helping women who are pregnant or may become pregnant, breastfeeding mothers and parents of young children make informed choices about which type of fish is healthy and safe to eat.   The FDA has categorized fish into 3 groups:
Kangaroo Mother Care is a method of care for premature infants that focuses on skin-to-skin contact between mother and infant. Similar to a mother kangaroo carrying their baby in their pouch, KMC directs mothers to keep their babies close to their bodies as much as possible.
Smartphones and tablets aren't going away anytime soon and they're affecting our parenting.  A recent study found that people with children spend an average of 9 hours and 22 minutes per day in front of a screen. Even though they spent a huge chunk of their day with a device, 78% of parents said they are modeling good media habits for their kids.
Quality family time in the modern age can be hard to achieve. That's where movie night comes in. Movies can be a great jumping-off point for important conversations on issues and values. Zootopia can become a discussion on the negative effects of sterotyping. Star Wars can be an entryway into exploring your child's interest in science. Ask your kid how they felt about how a character handled a certain situation. Ask if they would make the same choice. The questions are endless once you get going!
  "Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it right." - Oprah Winfrey It's time again for us to say goodbye to one year and embrace another. This year we resolve to become better parents, and here are the top 10 resolutions we're focusing on:    
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When your bundle of joy comes along, it is inevitable that a bundle of parenting advice will follow shortly after. While so many opinions and ideologies can be overwhelming, it is worth taking a look at the concept of Attachment Parenting. This theory operates on a framework of six stages for the first six years of life, each based on fulfilling a child’s need for attachment so fully that a preoccupation for this type of intimacy does not form. Renowned author and psychologist Dr. Gordon Neufeld, PhD.
Kids often have an extensive list of gifts they'd like Santa to leave under the tree, and it can be easy to submit to these and choose a few of their more reasonable requests, dutifully purchase them at Target or Amazon, and see their excited faces on Christmas morning when they find Santa really did bring them a Hatchimal, or a Barbie townhouse, or a Nerf Blaster. There is certainly no shame in purchasing your child a toy they wanted, but what about the toys they don't want, or didn't ask for, but perhaps need? 

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