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Summer Gap Education for Preschoolers

Summer Gap Education for Preschoolers

Summer is a time for relaxation and fun in the sun, but for parents of preschoolers attending church daycare, it can also be a time of concern about their child’s education. With the break from structured learning environments, many parents wonder about the benefits and drawbacks of providing educational activities during the summer months. Let’s

Disciplining Children with Love: A Biblical Approach

One of our most significant responsibilities as parents is lovingly guiding our children toward righteousness and disciplining them when necessary. However, it’s crucial to approach discipline from a place of love, not anger or frustration. The Bible provides a wealth of guidance on effectively disciplining our children while fostering a nurturing and loving environment. Training

Raising Children as a Single Parent in the Christian Community

During our life’s journey, we frequently face unforeseen obstacles, and for some of us, this includes the demanding responsibility of raising children as a single parent. Parenting by yourself may be pretty tricky, whether it’s due to personal circumstances or the death of a spouse. But there is help and hope, particularly from a loving

Why Formula Feeding Might Be Necessary

Breastfeeding is widely considered to be the best way to nourish infants and with good reason. Breast milk is specifically formulated for babies, providing vital nutrients, antibodies, and other health benefits that your body designs specifically for Baby. However, it’s essential to understand formula feeding is not necessarily harmful or incorrect. It can be a

Leaving your Infant Overnight

Leaving your infant overnight can be a significant step, and it’s natural to have concerns. It is not recommended to leave newborns for more than an hour, but there are ways you can prepare your baby for long absences when they go to daycare in the months ahead. Overnight stays are recommended once your little
Screen time late into the night can negatively impact sleep

What to Do if your Child Wakes Up Frequently at Night

If you are a parent of a young child, you may have experienced the frustration of being woken up by your child in the middle of the night. Whether it is because of nightmares, night terrors, snoring, illness, or anxiety, night wakings can disrupt your child’s sleep quality and your own. Here are some tips