Sharing is Not Always Mandatory

It is playground time and I’m not sure how to handle sharing. If my child rides her balance bike to the playground, should I let other kids play on it if they want? How about other toys that she brings? If you brought a book to the playground and someone saw it, said it looked […]

5 Ways To Promote Outdoor Exercise

Are your kids getting enough exercise? Children’s health organization Nemours recommends that children between ages 6 and 17 get a minimum of 60 minutes of physical activity every day. Spring, when the weather starts to warm up and kids find themselves itching to go outside, is an excellent time to encourage your kids to get […]

What Every Mom Should Know about Baby CPR

No mother ever wants to experience the torment of finding that her precious little one is no longer breathing. Thankfully, as this guide from Carrington.edu points out, it is possible to prevent life-threatening accidents. Teaching your little one the meaning of the word “no” early on is very important, as is keeping household chemicals out of reach, emptying […]

My Toddler is Hitting Me!

My toddler gets mad and hits me. I know she is frustrated and doesn’t mean it, but it does hurt sometimes and I have had enough of it. What can I do? You are right. Toddlers can get very frustrated because they do not have enough language to express how they feel, and they end […]