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What's Wrong with Kids THese Days?

This is always an interesting topic because people can be very defensive when it comes to their kids. Thankfully, I've always had a network of parents around myself and my husband who were willing to make sure we all knew what our kids were up to. As much as they all could anyway.

I was shopping for groceries this morning and kept continually hearing children screeching. Not just making a little noise ...

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Last updated 1 year, 1 month ago.
Posted in Parenting.
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Last comment by SusanS 1 year, 1 month ago
Any way you slice it


It doesn't matter which way you slice it but anyone who leaves a kid in a hot car - has very serious mental issues. It goes for leaving pets in a hot vehicle too.

There is no excuse whatsoever. You cannot defend such actions.

Seek help while you still can.

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Last updated 3 years, 9 months ago.
Posted in Parenting.
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Last comment by gawalkman 3 years, 9 months ago
Moments: June 2013 (Staff Blog)

It’s back to the basics this June! From Father’s Day gift ideas to old-fashioned summer activity ideas and our classy-chic cover mom, this issue of Moments is really about getting in touch with a simpler time. First, we wanted to really celebrate our outstanding dads out there. You will find columns on fatherhood as well as gift ideas for the very special fathers and father figures in your life. Also this month, we have our ...

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Last updated 4 years, 10 months ago.
Posted in Parenting.
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Community Bible Study for Preschool/Nursery Ages

The mission of the children's ministry at Community Bible Study, Statesboro Day program (CBS) is to help each child grow and develop physically, emotionally, mentally, socially and spiritually. While adult parent or guardian is attending the 2 1/2 hour weekly bible study on Wednesday mornings, preschool and nursery age children have their own "Baby CBS" program with age appropriate lessons emphasizing that God made everything that exists and that God wants each child to belong ...

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Last updated 5 years, 4 months ago.
Posted in Parenting.
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Another fine example of double standards

How can it be that the Male Youth Pastor who “Molested” some teenage girls gets a proper sentence of 5 years to serve and 10 years probation but the Female Teacher who “Raped” that teen boy gets a suspended sentence and a little time in Jail? I agree with the Pastor’s sentence but this is just another example of hypocrisy!

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Last updated 6 years ago.
Posted in Parenting.
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Last comment by wildturkey 6 years ago

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