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Here are the top ten articles for the Early Childhood Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Sleepover Party Tips - Movies
Movies are a great way to help kids fall asleep at a sleepover party without fighting and fidgeting!
2. How to Swaddle
Swaddling is an incredibly useful tool, but can be tricky! Here's some tips and resources for how to swaddle.
3. How to Make a Cast Cover
How to make a homemade cast cover, or order a pre-made version to help a child's cast blend in at weddings, recitals or other special occasions.
4. Making Children Apologize
Should children be forced to apologize when they hurt another? Isn't it simply "good manners?" A discussion of the meaning of an apology and why "I'm sorry" may not always be the best expectation.
5. Inexpensive Children's Halloween Costumes
Making Halloween fun for children doesn't have to cost a fortune. Here's some inexpensive options for great Halloween costumes.
6. The War on Moms by Sharon Lerner - Book Review
Sharon Lerner's "The War on Moms: On Life in a Family Unfriendly Nation," explores how American women, children and families systematically suffer from a lack of public policy, support and services routinely available in numerous other nations.
7. Eating Out With Kids - Tips and Tricks
Having kids does not have to mean an 18 year moratorium on eating out. With some planning and ingenuity families can eat out without going broke or insane.
8. Subscribe to the Early Childhood Newsletter
Get a quick update when new Early Childhood site articles are posted. Subscribe to the free BellaOnline Early Childhood newsletter today!
9. Sticker Mosaics - Preschool Gift Idea
Orb Factory Sticky Mosaics make great gifts for preschool aged children, boys and girls, 3 and up.
10. Bad Mother by Ayelet Waldman Review
In Bad Mother, Ayelet Waldman explores the question of how mothers beat themselves up, what it means to be a "good mother." Is it an attainable goal in today's world, or are we all just condemned to be "bad mothers?"
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