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Thanks for the kids hotel recommendations! I've been looking for hotels in SF for our family trip but had no idea which ones were great for kids as well. I've already found a list of activities for families in SF here: http://san-francisco.hotelscheap.org/travel-guides/family-attractions-in-san-francisco. We'll probably check out the aquarium and Ripley's Museum...
What a timely article for me - my daughter recently started using Instagram and I worry! I would also like to suggest a great tool to help with tip #3 - Stay aware of and involved with what your child is doing. It's called SafeSocial and it's a tool that helps you monitor what your kids do online - without you having to be their friend or follower. It sends you email alerts so you can catch any issue before it escalates. It's been a lifesaver for me! www.safesocial.me
Have you seen my new book called SATURDAY IS DADURDAY? Published by Walker Books (Bloomsbury) and illustrated by R.W. Alley. I'm surprised and pleased to find this article about people who celebrate Saturday as Dadurday! 31859
A traditional martial can develop a person to be firmer or softer and over training they develop the ability to balance both aspects; some call it 'Ying' and 'yang.' In Japanese it is called 'go' - hard and 'ju' soft. It is great to see a martial art, especially kids take a loss well, to understand they gave it their best and they lost, but they will continue to training and practice to improve. This training humbles a person and they learn and embrace self discipline, respect, perseverance, loyalty, and so much more! I highly recommend it for any parent not only for their kids, but for the parent. It is nice to do something with the kids, understanding the power of a kick when it is appropriate and when it is not. This is also a great way to prevent getting bullied and becoming one because it develops a sense of control over the body and mind.
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