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Appreciating the Uncomfortable, Cymplified!

We are not put in the world to be comfortable ALL.THE.TIME. How do we go about appreciating the uncomfortable? But, who wants to be uncomfortable, right? I know I don’t! Most people, if not all, want to live a comfortable life. Parents, most of all, desire for their children to live comfortably. It would break their hearts to see their …

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Family Day Out: Neighborhood Game Cafe, Cympified!

One quiet afternoon at home can become a noisy one with an invitation from their daddy to visit Neighborhood Game Café. What are the ways families bond? What family activities can they do together? Travel and tour. Enjoy food together. Watch a family movie. Make an art or craft project. Play board games. Play with their pets. Swim together. Make …

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Hope For Picky Eaters, Cymplified!

Almost all moms become frustrated when it happens. They were doing everything according to the doctors’, their friends’, other moms’, online articles’ recommendations on feeding their children. Naturally, it comes as a surprise when some kids will suddenly reject food that they were gobbling up just days before. It’s even more of a surprise when I say that there’s hope …

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Nickerbacher Chapter Book by Terry John Barto, Cymplified!

I first read the story of Nickerbacher, the funniest dragon as a picture book. It was a pleasant surprise to learn about the new Nickerbacher chapter book. At first, I thought it’s a continuation of the picture book. Consequently, I realized that it’s kind of an expanded version. There were still pictures; but the story was more in-depth. If you happen …

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Playing Dress-Up Last October, Cymplified!

I think that playing dress-up is innate in every child; most of them wouldn’t hesitate to don wings or capes. Is it their idea of fun or they just want to escape reality for a while? I read somewhere that children have things figured out. I would add that they could get away with it, too! That’s how my kids are. …

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