Category Archives: (10-14 years)

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Tips for Raising Healthy Kids

Raising healthy kids isn’t hard. There are also no set rules as to what you have to do to raise healthy kids. There are however, a couple of guidelines that you can follow to make sure your children and staying healthy and fit. Usually when school starts and they get busy, it is important to […]

How To Help Your Daughter Through Puberty

As a woman yourself, you might remember how difficult growing into a young woman can be. In addition to the onset of your monthly cycle and all of the joy that that brings, you begin to develop in other ways. Hormones do all sorts of crazy things to your body, including the potential for weight […]

Choosing Friends: Helping Your Tween Make Wise Choices

The “tween” years, the years between childhood and the teenage years, are some of the strongest years for mistakes to be made due to peer pressure, yet these are the years when children do not appreciate their mom’s help with choosing friends. As a mom, you have to be subtle in your approach to helping […]

Balancing Sports and Life as a Single Mom

When your kids are in their “tween” years, they are going to find themselves pulled in a million directions. Different sports are just one of the many activities that will call for their attention. You are going to find it difficult to balance your schedule as your kids want to participate in these excellent extra […]

Little Known Ways to Communicate With Your Tween

Today’s pre-teens are no longer kids. They have earned a new name: “Tween.” This is the age when your child is tottering between being a full-blown teenager and still having the needs and desires of a child. It is also a time when connecting with your child can become incredibly challenging. Here are some less […]

How to Keep Your Middle School Age Kids Talking

One of the problems single moms face with middle schooler’s is a lack of communication. You have moved from being the person who “knows all” that you were when they were in preschool, past the “cool mom” stage that comes from having great snacks ready for sleepovers in elementary school, and have become the “mom […]