Children and the ‘flu shot’ – how to prepare

The Centers for Disease Control strongly recommends that everyone over the age of six months receive a flu vaccination each year, provided that there are no contraindications or medical conditions that place them in the relatively small group of people that shouldn’t be vaccinated against influenza. The mere mention of a shot, however, can be enough to send even children that are normally docile into hysterics. Preparing your child for his annual flu shot can be a very challenging ordeal, … [Read more...]

PARENTS, 6 Key Components of a Nanny’s Annual Review

6 Key Components of a Nanny’s Annual Review For nannies and their employers, an annual review can be a nerve-wracking experience. While private, in-home childcare providers who have been with their employers for an extended period of time may be less nervous when the time for the review rolls around, it’s almost impossible for either party to feel completely comfortable with the process. Parents that are approaching their first-ever annual review with their very first nanny may find that … [Read more...]

Parents ask ‘Should I Let My Nanny Drive My Kids Around?’

When it comes to having someone else transport their children from place to place in a vehicle, many parents have justifiable apprehensions. But as is the case with many personal decisions, when it comes to allowing your nanny to transport your children, there isn’t one answer that’s right for everyone. As with most every choice, there will be pros and cons to your decision. When you allow your nanny to transport your children around it opens up the door to a new level of customized, … [Read more...]

Bonnie Harris – When Your Kids Push Your Buttons

When Your Kids Push Your Buttons "No! You do it," yelled not-yet three-year-old Jacob when his mother told him to clean up the milk she was sure he had deliberately spilled on the floor. Louise could feel her temperature rising. "You spilled it, you clean it up," she said with as much patience as she could muster. "No, it's your job," Jacob jeered with that look that insinuated 'so what are you going to do now?' Louise felt a familiar rage rising up from her … [Read more...]

cbm: Join us in prayer for forgotten children‏

   HI, A Celebration of Women!You may still be deciding as to whether or not you'd like to sponsor a forgotten child through cbm. If you are, or even if you can't afford to give $30 a month at this time in your life... there's another way you can make a difference in a child's life: You can join us in prayer. God is the source of all of our work. And only He can set children who are trapped by poverty and disability free for life! Please take a moment and join me in praying for … [Read more...]

Prayer Vigil For Japan, a Wave of Prayer to counteract the Tsunami

  Newsletter March 14, 2011 Prayer Vigil For Japan A Wave of Prayer to counteract the Tsunami The planet is trying to get our attention! It's at times like this that humanity needs to listen and act, adding our consciousness and prayers to situations like the one in Japan, and to the healing of the environment in general. As we wind closer to the Great Shift of the Ages, it's important that we lay an energetic foundation that will assist us in these … [Read more...]

UNHCR: Civilians being prevented from fleeing Libya

  UNHCR worried that civilians being prevented from fleeing Libya, significant progress in evacuation of Egyptians from Tunisia     The number of civilians fleeing the violence in Libya to Tunisia has dropped significantly since Wednesday afternoon. Compared to earlier in the week when between 10,000 and 15,000 people were crossing into Tunisia daily, less than 2,000 made it across yesterday. UNHCR is very concerned that the security situation in Libya may be preventing people from … [Read more...]

One Million of Yemen’s Poorest Women and Children

    Women of Yemen are suffering...         One Million of Yemen’s Poorest Women and Children to Receive Health Services in Remote Areas     Date: Feb 2011 — Around a million women and children in the poorest rural and urban slum areas of Yemen will be the first priority of a World Bank-supported effort to decrease child mortality and increase the well being of mothers. Many of these women and children have not before been reached by any health services. The $35 million Yemen … [Read more...]

UN Women is a 'Fearless Entity'… not agency farce!

           UN Women is FEARLESS... not 'agency farce' !     Michelle Bachelet 'enough is enough'   UN Women houses some serious players that truly are on a Mission to Take Action and create positive change in this world. The following are a few of the Women that devote much of their personal time and resources in making sure that UN Women is a successful entity. Please enjoy the following reviews from some of the Awesome Ambassadors that represent the efforts of UN Women. The thought that … [Read more...]

UN Women is a ‘Fearless Entity’… not agency farce!

           UN Women is FEARLESS... not 'agency farce' !     Michelle Bachelet 'enough is enough'   UN Women houses some serious players that truly are on a Mission to Take Action and create positive change in this world. The following are a few of the Women that devote much of their personal time and resources in making sure that UN Women is a successful entity. Please enjoy the following reviews from some of the Awesome Ambassadors that represent the efforts of UN Women. The thought that … [Read more...]

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