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26 Oct 2019
Healthy competition should encourage engagement, avert mediocrity, breed excellence and cultivate cooperation, says Founder of MomsAreCaring Foundation, Mercy Christian. Children should be engaged in healthy competition as long as it prepares them for the realities of the world. “Engaging your children in competition is a good way to expose them to become confident and outspoken…
13 Jul 2019
Homemade DIY (Do It Yourself) foods are made at home by oneself rather than in a shop or factory. They are simply foods you can make from the comfort of your home and freshly prepared without the use of artificial preservatives, says parenting enthusiast and founder MomsAreCaring Foundation, Mercy Christian.    Homemade food is more nutritious…

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