Seasonal Affective Disorder: Help Kids Beat the Blues

Seasonal Affective Disorder: Help Kids Beat the Blues

Many adults think of seasonal affective disorder (SAD) as something that couldn’t possibly impact children. After all, kids get to enjoy snow days while their parents shovel out and go to work. They also enjoy lengthy holiday breaks followed by several three-day weekends when their folks still must report to the office.

6 Creative Crafts for Spring and Easter
7 Tips for Surviving a Family Car Trip

7 Tips for Surviving a Family Car Trip

Road trips offer a lot of time for bonding, but if you don’t plan ahead, things can go awry fast. There are a few tricks to pulling off a successful family car trip, but it all comes down to planning. Don’t think you’re just going to hop into the car and the kids will magically stay out of trouble for the next four hours. It just won’t happen.

Modeling: A Super-Strategy for Language Growth
6 Ways to Help Siblings Get Along

6 Ways to Help Siblings Get Along

Carson pulled Abbey’s hair again… And now the baby is screaming because the toddler took her toy. Does this sound like a day in your life? Or maybe it’s just the antics that take place as you’re waiting in the school drop-off line.

Should I Help My Toddler?

Should I Help My Toddler?

It can be TOUGH – especially when you have to be somewhere – to let kids DO on their own, but making the time for accomplishments in independence is so important. Kids learn by doing, they gain self-esteem by doing, and they become problem solvers by doing.

Keeping Kids Safe In And Around Cars
Winter Wellness and Safety

Winter Wellness and Safety

Love it or hate it, winter rolls around every year. For families who live in colder climates, it brings with it several things that can adversely affect the wellness of you or your children. Keeping the following advice in mind and taking preventative steps will help ensure your family spends the wintertime in good health.