The signs are clear — it’s time for the awaited toddler bed transition, but doing it right can take some trial and error. Take it from a triplet mom.
In today’s smartphone era, it’s hard to keep kids engaged with reading! Here are eight simple ways you can change that.
It takes a little planning on your part to get the new school year off to a good start.
Finding the right dance program for your resident twirler is about doing your homework and asking the right questions.
Tantrums, defiance, moddiness … it’s all part of being a toddler. He just needs guidance from you.
All the gibbering from Baby is going somewhere, believe it or not! Encourage it and help her develop her language.
Jeannie* was 4 years old when her mom noticed a dark patch developing between her legs. “What did you sit in?” She asked during her bath routine thinking it must be dirt or something from playing in the yard. “Nothing, that’s my fur,” Jeannie replied. What followed after was a series of doctor appointments to… Read more »
“My child did what?!” Have you ever been surprised to discover that your child behaves completely differently when he’s in someone else’s care? Have you heard about his behavior with his grandparents, for instance, and it’s unrecognizable to you? Have you observed him behaving out of character (shy, wound up, etc.) around same-age peers? If… Read more »
“Can I stay home with you today mom?” “Can you pick me up early?” “Do I have to go to school today?” These were questions that my daughter, then 3, was asking me each day. At first, I thought she just wanted to stay home and snuggle, but then I wondered if it could… Read more »
Kids learn through modeling and repetition, and gratitude is no exception. The more often your children see or hear you showing thanks, the more seeds you plant in their garden of appreciation. In their book, Making Grateful Kids: The Science of Building Character, Jeffrey J. Froh and Giacomo Bono note that young children first… Read more »