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The Mad King's Dinner



By Jeff Stimpson

Alex is biting. Food mostly, but I wouldn't stick your finger in his mouth. This started about two weeks ago, in the hallway between our bedrooms where I crouched down with the canister of Pringles. If you rattle a can of Pringles Alex comes running like a cat. He jammed his right arm down canister and emerged with a Pringle (Nacho-flavored, orange as a life vest). I expected him to start cramming the chip into his mouth, letting it disintegrate against his lips, letting the fragments flutter down and letting whatever made it to his mouth make it to his mouth.                                                        Read More...






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Children With Disabilities

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Child Care Start-Ups

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Kitchenlab Kindermath Eezy Snack Recipes

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Child Care Issues

NEW Baby? 

By D.J. McCormick

Gifted Children

Got A Bad Attitude?

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Review of the Three Best Kids' Environmental Sites

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Current Educational Trends

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What Do I Have To Teach?

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Toddler and Teen

The Ugly Mirror

By Julie Black

Dealing with Difficulties

Dying to Be Thin


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Nutrition in Child Care

Family Meal Time Important To Children

By Heather Grant

Activities for Preschoolers

Celebrate the Children

By Julie Miller

Behavior Management

Time In Time Out

By Kris Williams

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