Planning for the Future: 4 Things Parents Should Think About Now

Being a parent is all about planning. Your mind is always one step ahead when you have kids, even if it’s just figuring out what you’ll put in their lunch bags tomorrow. Parenthood changes your perspective on everything because your future is no longer just about yourself.

More than anyone else in the whole world, you want your child to thrive and succeed. In order to give them the best possible start to their lives, here are some important things to be thinking about now.

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Thinking of Having Another Child? 4 Things to Consider Before Growing Your Family

Your first child is nearing their second birthday, and you have already caught baby fever again. You miss the smell of baby powder and the fuzzy feeling of holding that tiny bundle of joy in your arms. If you want to have another child, here are a few things to consider first. Continue reading “Thinking of Having Another Child? 4 Things to Consider Before Growing Your Family”

How to Make Summer the Healthiest Season for Your Kids

Summer is right around the corner and it’s likely that your kids are counting down the days until school is out. The summer months make for a great opportunity to teach your children some healthy seasonal habits that they can utilize for the rest of their lives. As a parent, it pays to ensure that your kids have healthy habits so they can have an enjoyable future. Here are some great summer habits that will assist in keeping your kids healthy for life.

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Parent Patience: How to Keep up with Your Kids’ Endless Energy

Children have seemingly boundless reserves of energy. Parents, unfortunately, don’t tend to share that same trait. Regardless of how you feel, you’ll have to learn how to keep up with your child. Fortunately, there are concrete steps that you can take in order to keep up with your child and ensure that you both get what you need.

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5 Emergency Phone Numbers Every Parent Should Have Saved on Their Phone

Being a parent can sometimes be scary. You are responsible for that child’s life. There is a lot that can go wrong, and you may sometimes spend time worrying about those possibilities. However, there are ways to gain back your peace of mind. If you know what to do in an emergency, you can rest assured that you can take action to save your child. One way you can do that is by knowing which emergency phone numbers to call. Below are five you should have saved on your phone.

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5 Comfortable Tips to Surviving a Summer Pregnancy


Even though the journey can be filled with its fair share of ups and downs, pregnancy is a blessing. There are so many people who long to bring a child in the world. It can be very challenging for so many women to get pregnant. The fact that you’re expecting is a wonderful thing. However, it can get pretty uncomfortable if you’re pregnant during the summer months. In order to beat the heat, consider these five tips.

Try to Wear Light, Breathable Fabrics

When you’re feeling hot, it’s always helpful to enjoy the ease of layers. Wear breathable fabrics like cotton. Comfortable fabrics like linen and silk can work as well. If you’re working in an office building, wear a blazer or sweater that you can take off as you begin to get warm.
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Teaching Teens the Importance of Saving vs Spending

Like many parents, you worry about your child’s future, everything from their grades to extra activities that will look good on a resume. However, it is equally important to build their financial skills as well, since they’ll need to know what to do with their money once they have it; saving vs spending.

Why Can’t I Spend It?

It’s difficult for teens to be patient. They are still in an impulsive phase of their development so seeing and wanting something usually equates to buying it. Dave Ramsey recommends teaching your teen how to create and stick to a budget. This not only helps them prepare to save their money for future “big ticket” items but it also helps them manage the practical aspects such as monthly bills.

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Making Easter Memorable: 4 Exciting Ideas for Parents of Young Children

Kids love Christmas and Halloween, but Easter sometimes slips under their radar. To help boost your kids’ excitement for this springtime holiday, try adding some new activities to your festivities this year. Ahead, find four ideas that will help your family gear up for Easter fun. Continue reading “Making Easter Memorable: 4 Exciting Ideas for Parents of Young Children”

 What is the Best Time to Let Your Child Go to Daycare?

Wondering if it is the right time to send your child to daycare? Plenty of people have asked the same thing. Here we try to answer the exact question.

Many researchers suggest that the earliest time that you can send your kid to childcare brighton is at 12 months old by the time you enroll him/her. Childcare brighton will gladly receive your one year old child to care for but this might not always be the best time to do so.

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5 Common Reasons Your Baby Won’t Stop Crying

Crying is the only way that a baby can communicate. They want to communicate their needs with us, but it’s anxious to not have those skills yet. It can be frustrating for parents to hear their baby crying. Fortunately, if you know why your baby is crying, then you will know what you can do to stop it.

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