Much that is written about children these days relates to the issue of academic success and preparing children to be successful in the modern world. Now attention is being given to raising a moral child. A recent article defines a moral child as one who is kind, compassionate and helpful and suggests that this is a greater priority for parents than children’s accomplishments and success. But this is not always the primary focus in raising children.
Tip of the WeekWhen it comes to the health of your children, you do everything you can to help them grow up healthy and strong. But are you aware of the important role foot health plays in a child's overall development?
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