4 Safety Tips When Setting Up Your First Nursery

With your first baby on the way, you have probably spent quite a bit of time thinking about how you are going to set up the nursery. Luckily, with a little bit of planning and a few basic gadgets, you should be able to create a nursery that is safe, secure, and comfortable. Continue reading “4 Safety Tips When Setting Up Your First Nursery”

5 Wallflower Tips to Nurturing Your Shy Child Into a Social Butterfly


Some children naturally gravitate toward other kids. They love being social and spending time with others. Other children prefer to keep to themselves. While it’s okay if your child doesn’t interact with their peers as much as other kids, they need to learn social skills. These skills will help them be happy and successful.  Continue reading “5 Wallflower Tips to Nurturing Your Shy Child Into a Social Butterfly”

How to Tell if Your Kids Daycare is Unsafe

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When parents drop their children off at daycare, they do so under the assumption that their kids will be cared for and protected. Many daycares are wonderful places that employee outstanding childcare professionals. However, the world is also sadly home to some daycares that are grossly unfit for children. Continue reading “How to Tell if Your Kids Daycare is Unsafe”

How Your Family Can Assemble a 72-Hour Emergency Kit

When it comes to dealing with an emergency, effective preparation can make a life-saving difference. Having to shelter in place due to a storm, earthquake or other natural disaster means that your family may have to get by with only the food and supplies they have on hand. Assembling a 72-hour emergency kit can be absolutely essential for ensuring that you and your loved ones will be better prepared.

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How to Help Your Kids Adjust to a New City After a Move

Moving to a new city can be a great opportunity for both personal and professional reasons. While it may be able to give an adult a fresh start and promise for a better future, moving is always hard on a child. Fortunately, there are a variety of tips that can be followed to help your kids adjust to a new city after moving.

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When You Should Change From a Car Seat to a Booster Seat


Keeping your child properly secured while they are in a vehicle is going to be absolutely vital to their safety, but many parents don’t know when to make the transition from a car seat to a booster seat. Do you go by age? Weight?  Here is a closer look at some of the regulations regarding these types of seats and just a few of the signs that your child might be ready to move up to a booster seat.
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4 Healthy School Lunches for Your Kids

Lunch is one of the most important times of the day, not only for adults but for kids as well. You want to send your kids off to lunch with the best food you can give them. If you are not sure where to get started for your preparations, think about some of these healthy school lunches you can make.

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5 Ways to Increase Time Management as a Parent


When you are a parent, time seems to be at a premium. Most parents of a first child feel overwhelmed by parental duties to infants and toddlers. They rarely rest easy until their offspring begins pre-school or kindergarten. Yet, there are ways to manage time so it is divided according to children’s and parents’ needs.
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Breaking the Stigma Around Your Child’s Speech Therapy


It’s challenging when your child struggles with speech. If your child has experienced delays, is difficult to understand or has it is hard for your child to understand others, it can hold your child back. You want to pave the way to clear communication for your son or daughter, helping in any way possible. Speech therapy can do wonders. The sooner it begins the better. You just want to make sure your child doesn’t feel self-conscious about receiving services. More importantly, you don’t want anyone else to look at your child any differently because of barriers to communication.

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