Teaching your kids to take personal responsibility is a lifelong challenge. Some ages make it more challenging, but more than anything, starting late makes it hard.
Getting your little ones to sleep can be really difficult – never fear! Our contributors have some helpful information to help get that little one to nap anywhere.
I am a step-grandma. My concern is about my twin 5-year-old grandsons, who are at times delightful, at other times holy terrors (times two!). I’ve had a conversation with their mother, who tells me she and her husband use time-outs and then taking away toys for punishment. However, these children hit, do reckless things (like […]
The colors you choose for your baby’s room defines the mood and ambiance of the nursery. Colors can stimulate or soothe the senses of your baby (and you), so the color choice plays a huge role in making a tranquil place for your baby to rest.
As a working mom, you juggle all your professional and personal responsibilities and, somehow, you make it look simple. Life is busy, though, and you’ve got a huge task to add to the to-do list: learning how to potty-train.
We hear it start — the crying, whining, and stomping. The feeling of dread and helplessness sets in. Dealing with toddler tantrums is stressful, confusing, overwhelming, and downright frustrating. Instead of letting frustration get the better of you, here a few tips that may offer a bit of relief for the next time a tantrum hits, or perhaps to help you avoid one in the first place.
Being a parent with a disability can make raising your littles ones much harder. Here are some great tips on how to talk to your kids about your disability and make your life a little bit easier!
If you’re preparing to have a baby, congratulations! It’s an exciting time of life. However, it can certainly be a stressful one, as well. It can be a lot of hard work to introduce a newborn into the world and nurture a child through their early years.