How blowing bubbles and razzies helps your child develop communication skills.
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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 »
While kids with Asperger’s syndrome may prefer solo sports as compared to team, they should be encouraged to play.
Do you and your children eat enough fruits and veggies? Find out at the Centers for Disease Control’s website, fruitsandveggiesmatter.gov. The site offers interactive tools to help you determine how many fruits and veggies you and your family need each day. You can also build a typical breakfast, lunch or dinner at “Analyze My Plate”… Read more »
We’ve written here before about the negative mix of energy drinks and kids – do kids REALLY need all that sugar and caffeine? Now there’s more reason for concern. The popular highly-caffeinated drinks are especially risky for kids with heart abnormalities, diabetes, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder or other emotional problems, say authors of a study that… Read more »
Could a higher level of tummy-friendly bacteria make a difference to a colicky baby? In two separate studies involving babies with colic (one study done in 2007, the other in 2010) some breastfed infants were given simethicone, a medication that reduces gas; other infants were given a supplement containing L. reuteri, one of the beneficial… Read more »
With all of the e-readers out there, many wonder if books in print are a dying breed … but pop-up books are bigger and better than ever. Physical pop ups is one thing a Kindle CAN’T do!
Grab the kiddos, head outdoors and try one of these great toys made for catching air.
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 »
Easy does it on the sweet stuff as you build a healthy enjoyment of solid foods in your child.