Talk to your kids about the risks of returning to some places and the rules of your area as you begin to go back out again. As New York slowly opens up, many parents are wondering how their child will react to reentering it. Most kids will have some natural hesitations—about parents going back to work, about […]
It’s a time we’ve all come to both love and dread — the transition from the toddler room to the ‘big kid’ room. For kids, it’s a sign that they’re growing up and getting bigger, but for parents
As your child grows, he gets curious about what goes on in the kitchen. It’s an amazing room filled with all kinds of tools and equipment used to make food. Instead of shooing the child away, perhaps it’s time you begin teaching him or her the importance of the kitchen. After all, knowledge can prevent […]
Mommybites stands with the black community against the systemic racial injustice this country has ignored for the past 400+ years. Here are some ways to educate your children on these matters.
Leadership skills are the most sought after by employers, and certain after-school programs can help prepare your child to be a successful adult. It is essential to teach students how to take the initiative and adapt to new circumstances, how to communicate effectively, and how to negotiate and resolve conflict in a way that builds and bolsters sustainable, stable relationships.
This reaction varies from person to person, making some bee stings more severe than others. For most, an insect sting will cause a local reaction that involves swelling, redness and a little pain — something you can quickly treat at home with the items you have in your medicine cabinet.
We stand in solidarity with the Black community, and education is a great way to ensure a better tomorrow. Here are some resources to start the conversation on diversity and inclusion with your child today.
Summer is finally here! While this isn’t the summer we were expecting to have, there are still some ways we can make sure it’s a special one. Here are some great ideas to make summer feel ‘summer-y,’ even though we’re still at home.