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Toddler Chores-Tips For Getting Started  (By Lindy Manuel)
Around one and a half to two years, toddlers are really starting to enjoy imaginative play and also love copying the adults in their life. This is a great time to start teaching them to clean up after themselves and start doing little chores to help out around the house.

Internet safety for child one of the first things you can have your child do is throwing dirty clothes into the hamper. In our house, we have a hamper for mommy and daddy and a separate one for the kids. At first, we taught our son where his hamper was and had him take his clothes there whenever we changed him. After he mastered that, I could ask him to take a shirt or something of mine to the big hamper. Before long, he would come ask me for clothes to put in a hamper. Any other chores involving putting things into other things will work at this point, such as non-messy trash in the trash can and recyclables in the appropriate bin.

It is important for children to learn to clean up after themselves, but they need the task broken down into little steps. Keeping the toys sorted and stored in bins and containers will help with this. Also, don't let them dump out everything at once....

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Family History – 3 creative ways to leave your own legacy (By Tim Lassig)
I am sure you are interested in create a compelling family history with all your digital memories. The chances are that you’re already doing many of the right things. You’re probably already capturing lots of good digital memories. Hopefully you’ve started converting your non-digital files to digital format. Maybe you’re even better than the average family about getting that video camera out often, and incorporating it into special events and every-day life.

Here are 3 creative methods you can use that add a whole new level to your memories and family history?

Step 1: Historical changes

Think about the world twenty years ago. So much has changed between now and then? Encapsulating this in how you record and save your memories will be fascinating not only later in your life but also for your future generations. There are many details that you can trap. The variances in your family beliefs, family habits, past times and even family sporting endeavors.

Step 2: Technological changes
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