The holidays can be a fun and festive time. Unfortunately they can also be busy, rushed and stressful, and that can cause your children to be less than festive themselves. Here are some tips to keep your holidays happy. All that you have to do is keep K.I.D.S. in mind. Kisses Respect your child’s wish […]
Of all the challenges you face as a new parent, taking care of your child’s oral health can get really stressful. Hence it is essential that you get the basics of oral health in children right and monitor your child’s oral health right from their birth. This is because even baby teeth are prone to decay.
Some products your little ones are playing with might actually contain toxins that are, or in the future, will impact their health and growth. Being aware of what’s in your children’s toys is just as important as knowing what is in the food they eat, and if it goes unnoticed, can be even more harmful.
I am often asked about proper holiday season “nanny etiquette” Do we give her a gift? What do we give? Should we include her in our family’s holiday celebrations?
Dear Dr. Gramma Karen,
I want to suggest you to do a column on gift-giving. I ask because I listen to people at work and in the store check-out lines stressing out about this. For example, my co-workers talk about their in-laws as being either cheapskates or extravagant. Then there is the topic of grandparents giving the grandchildren gifts that the parents have already said they don’t want the kids to have, e.g., cell phones, video games.
Welcome to our ‘Scoop On Stuff’ round-up: The Holiday Edition! ‘Tis the season – of warmth, of joy, and of giving special gifts to loved ones. From learning apps to car safety solutions, and personalized toddler sets to fashion-forward mom and baby gear, we’ve got some holiday cheer! Here are some of our favorite new […]
The holiday season has officially fallen upon us, and in hand with the festive cheer, gathering of family and friends, and holiday music comes a whole lot of stress. According to research from last holiday season, 31 percent of Americans would describe the holiday season as “frantic.” As much as we may like to put on the facade that the holiday season is still a time of cheer, we should face the fact that it’s stressing all of us out.
Holiday decorations, especially candles and electrical lighting, can be fire hazards.
Parents and grandparents should take a few precautions when decorating and entertaining for Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwaanza and other fall/winter holidays and festivities.