I would love to say no TV time is best, but I know that can be tough. We need time. We want kids to be quiet and sit. We have things to do. There are also some things that we LIKE watching with our kids. So how much TV is the right amount?
Finding a babysitter or nanny you can trust your most precious jewel – your baby – can be challenging. Here are 5 ways to find a great babysitter or nanny in your area.
Our children start to notice differences as infants, and they pick up racial differences as toddlers. All children put things and people into groups. That’s why it’s crucial we have conversations about race (and other differences) and racism early.
Mommybites Chit-Chat: Conversations with luminaries, entrepreneurs, and influencers in the parenting world: Interview with Lisa Loeb, Grammy Nominated Independent Artist
We reached out to our go-to potty training expert to see if she could shed some light on the reasons why this toddler has regressed and what the mom can do to help her son get back on track.
Tell us a little about Randi Zinn? I’m the founder of Beyond Mom, a community to empower moms to take incredible care of themselves, not just for the betterment of their family, but because somehow in our culture we have been told that we come last. I firmly believe that it’s up to women to […]
Does your child start school this year or is he/she getting ready to go back to school? Have you given thought to the drop off line at school or even carpooling and booster seats? This week is Child Passenger Safety Week!
Perhaps you still haven’t completely sorted through last year’s end-of-school clutter. Now you’re faced with the task of renegotiating new supply lists and finding a way to organize it all. Don’t worry! We’ve compiled several unique suggestions for simplifying the process and securing a smooth transition overall.