Step into a middle school and you likely will see plenty of smiles accented by braces. But parents who put off a trip to the orthodontist until their child is on the cusp of the teen years could be waiting too late. Plenty of problems can start developing long before all of a child’s permanent teeth have arrived.
One day, you pull on your favorite maternity clothes, glance lovingly at your baby sleeping next to you, and realize that it’s been a month since your baby was born! Though you’re no longer pregnant, you still might not fit comfortably into your pre-pregnancy clothes just yet.
According to a report by Sallie Mae, “Majoring in Money,” students aged 18 to 24 carried an average credit card debt of $906. This exemplifies the point made by Nellie Mae in a report that credit card usage isn’t going to go away.
Every parent wishes that their children will have all of their dreams come true. Pursuing meaningful goals that reflect our purpose plays an important role in developing and maintaining a happy life. Achieving our dreams ultimately makes us happier emotionally and more satisfied with our lives.
Can we go to the library play room and do a puppet show?” my six-year-old daughter asked. “Sure. Do you remember when we used to come here for story time in the morning before you went to afternoon Kindergarten?” “Yes, with Miss Carol! It was so much fun.”