Car seat regulations are hard to keep up with and manage, especially because they are constantly changing and are different state to state. Keep this checklist, compiled with the help of Shane Bland, certified car seat safety technician through Safe Kids Worldwide Westchester, and Greg Durocher, CEO and child passenger safety technician instructor at Safe Ride 4 Kids, on your fridge, in your glove compartment, in your purse, or wherever you will remember to reference it for properly purchasing, installing, and putting your child in a car seat.
Grandparents are often in the best position to help identify and address domestic abuse. What are some specific things grandparents should look for to confirm their suspicions of possible abuse and violence going on?
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.
Sadly, over time we have become more uncomfortable with setting limits and being consistent with our daily routines or general rules. Parenting is a difficult job – the most difficult and demanding job I have ever had. Our children need us to be the parent, even when it’s uncomfortable and ugly.
From feeding, to child development, to mindfulness, to maternity lingerie to babycarriers – here are some of our absolute favorite mom and kid products that we’re highlighting this week!
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.