Finicky eaters are a huge frustration to parents in the early years. Your approach to eating and food choices will set the tone for years to come. Mom Nicole Koenig knows all too well the pitfalls of picky eaters. Mealtime meltdowns are a regular occurrence with her son, Albert, now 5, and have been for… Read more »
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Make your child’s blue jeans last twice as long with this simple tip! Â • With $2 and five minutes, you can extend the life of your child’s blue jeans. You need new jeans, denim patches (they won’t show in the end; find them at a craft store), an iron and an ironing board. Â • Preheat… Read more »
Birthday ideas that will inspire you and help you create the best party ever!
The minutiae of everyday life can make it easy for moms and dads to grow lazy in their parenting, but there are four areas you want to always have a handle on.
Indoors or out – keep up with child safety at your house! Indoors Children are a wonderful part of life. Their day-to-day life is an adventure. These grand experiences are always fun, but there are those moments when parenthood gets tough. Your baby is learning how to crawl or your toddler is testing his strength…. Read more »
As you head out to your yard this spring, take your children along. Growing little gardeners is surprisingly easy and satisfying for all involved! Whether your garden consists of simple pots or an entire plot for farming is not the issue. Family togetherness and enjoying the spring outdoors is! As winter gave into spring when… Read more »
By the time most kids reach the age of 8, they are ready for their first overnight summer camp adventure. Here’s help for navigating the process and ensuring your child has a festive and memorable time.
Now is the time to start planning your child‘s summer adventures. Here are a few points to ponder as you start your search.
Lots of parents complain that their kids don’t help around the house enough. The solution? Start them on chores when they’re young.
Cell phone radiation concerns come and go, right?Â But can we afford to be so nonchalant when the long-term stats aren’t yet in for our children?