Protecting your baby gets tougher when he or she gets the ability to crawl and/or walk. Suddenly the most normal parts of your home present new dangers – especially in the bathroom. That’s because, to a crawling baby or growing toddler, the bathroom is a curious space worth exploring. Your child wants to open doors, […]
Raising a child with special needs can be stressful and difficult. Remember that you are not alone, and you have so much love and support for you and your little one all around you. Here are some useful tips for parenting a child with special needs.
Summer camp is fun for children of all ages, even your toddler! There are different types of camp programs out there that nurture and engage your child with activities such as music, Spanish immersion, water and outdoor play, art, and, of course, socialization. You may be hesitant to send your toddler to camp on his own for the first time, but this enriching experience comes with many benefits.
Are your kids missing out on spending time with their friends? Fortunately, technology has made it possible for virtual interactions.
Netflix and other streaming services have made it possible to stream a show or movie across multiple screens all at once. Even though your children may not be able to watch a movie with a friend in person, they can view the same film simultaneously from the comfort of their home.
Readers around the world are remembering beloved children’s book author Beverly Cleary, who died on March 25 at the age of 104. Cleary is best known for her books about the spunky Ramona Quimby, and her many other characters who were relatable to children. Her book Dear Mr. Henshaw, which tells a child’s perspective of divorce, won the Newbery Medal—the top prize in children’s literature—in 1984. Cleary also wrote two memoirs—A Girl from Yamhill and My Own Two Feet.
Several readers commented about the sister who was making a decision about whether to reconcile with a brother from whom she had been estranged for many years. Read their thoughts and a new update on the situation.
Think Rock the Block, Fixer Upper, This Old House—especially for parents! Join us on Tuesday, April 27 at 11 a.m. on Facebook Live. During this free home renovation webinar, Block Renovation experts will guide you on planning a family friendly, functional and stress-free home renovation.
If you’ve ever strolled in Central Park, you have seen that there are thousands of benches throughout the park. Each with a unique view, providing a place to take a break, feed a baby, rest tired feet, have a chat, read a book or just take a moment to take in the true splendor of […]