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Not every individual is same but we as parents still start expecting our kids to be superbly gifted with intelligence, an exceptionally good learner with unparalleled skill sets and what not, just after the baby is born.
For few parents, all hell breaks loose when they learn about their toddler’s struggle and inability to learn & speak the same way as peers in their growing years. And this could be due to dyslexia. Awareness about dyslexia is needed at the root level of counseling to Read more [...]
There are so many famous Children Stories but one stands out like none. Since many decades, generations have mesmerized reading the adventurous tale of Swallows & Amazons Adventure by the incredible children's author, Arthur Ransome. But not many people know that the Adventure land mentioned in the book is not fictional. These beautiful places are inspired by the stunning landscape around Lake District. And the book contributes hugely to the tourist industry in the Lake District.
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Finding inexpensive yet stylish clothes can be a challenge. According to statistics, the average American family spends $1,700 on clothes annually, and while this amount may seem more than enough for one person, it’s not much when you have to dress a family of four or five. Parents often focus on looking presentable for work while kids, especially teenagers, are more concerned about looking fashionable, and accomplishing these sartorial goals may be difficult when you’re on a tight clothing Read more [...]
After tending to the cats and closing up the back of the house, I bustled Quentin out the door and directly into the path of a young woman walking up my sidewalk. “Hi,” she said with a friendly grin. Red, frizzy hair, dimples, and a soft figure. Maybe she was one of my students from last semester? Or, one of Quentin’s? “Hello,” Quentin said in a tentative voice, probably trying to place her as well. “How may we assist you?”She faced me. “Jenna?” “Yes, and you are?” Read more [...]