We all “know” that calm parents are good for children. Parents know that in the midst of the mayhem, staying calm and not yelling is key. But unless you’re made of stone, it’s extremely hard to maintain even keel when you are dealing with kids day in and day out.
Holidays with small children are stressful enough with all the shopping, cooking, entertaining, planning and time spent with relatives. Add in a family vacation and you probably need some advice. Enter Britax Child Passenger Safety Advocate, Sarah Tilton.
Bright Horizons NYC provides children with intentional guidance and rich experiences to build up their individual strengths and talents. Mommybites was lucky to sit down and speak with Bright Horizons’ Hudson Yards Executive Director, Ean Gensler to discuss today’s hottest teaching style: Child Emergent Curriculum (CEC).
Every parent wants to keep their child safe in the car, but there is so much to learn about car seats.
Mommybites was lucky to have Greg Durocher, the Founder and CEO of Safe Ride 4 Kids, speak to us about some of the most important facts.
Bedtime routines that go on forever. Temper tantrums in public. Frequent separation anxiety. If you’re a parent of toddler, you know it well. Finding yourself not able to take another day of the stress and anxiety that comes from parenting toddlers. It does not have to be that way.
Clinical Social Worker and Co-Founder of Namaste New York, Julie Wald, opened our eyes to the importance of mindfulness, wellness, and how to optimize our daily lives. As a mother of 3, Julie combines her background of social work, yoga and meditation teacher and reiki master to guide her clients in self-care to help them feel good in both body and mind.
If you are thinking about adopting, the process can be very overwhelming. Where to start? What to ask? How much will it cost? What will people think? The list is endless.
The struggle is real. Today’s parents are more tired than ever and the culprit is often a 10lbs bundle of love aka a non-sleeping baby. Sleep seems so natural, but so many parents are doing it wrong. Enter Kylee Sallak from Back to Basics Parenting.