Parenting Tips

8 Road Trip Hacks Every Family Needs This Holiday Season

Many people around the world travel for the holidays to be closer to family. It isn’t always easy for kids to ride in a car for hours at a time, but you can make it better with the right tips.

Check out these eight road trip hacks every family needs this holiday season. You’ll find a few ideas you can use this year so your holiday road trips are as fun as the season itself.

4 Safety Tips for Family Holiday Decorating

Holiday safety begins at home, and you can keep yourself and your family safe by avoiding hazards while decorating your living space. Danger may be lurking in more ways than you realize, and learning how to identify and prevent potential problems as you add more festive cheer to your abode can keep you and your littles out of harm’s way. 

How to Get Out the Door Quickly and Without Conflict

When my kids are doing something important like entertaining themselves (play is a child’s MOST important job) and I need to ask them to get ready to leave (i.e. go to the loo and get their shoes and coats on) it’s not uncommon for me to hear something like “NOOOO! I don’t wanna go right now!!!” Here’s how YOU can get out the door without power struggles at home.

5 Ways to Spice Up Your Thanksgiving

The unfortunate holiday that typically gets the short end of the stick is Thanksgiving. If you find that your traditions tend to miss out on that Thanksgiving vibe, here are a few suggestions for different ways to spice up your November with some extra thankfulness.

Foods to Avoid During Pregnancy

If you’re pregnant, you’re probably busy furnishing a nursery, creating a birth plan, choosing a name, and picking out baby clothing. However, pregnancy is also a very sensitive time for your health. After all, your health now affects your child’s health!

5 Tips To Relax Your Child Before Bed

There are some nights when your child feels sleepy and easily surrenders to bedtime, but other nights, you might as well be putting the Tasmanian devil to bed. Under these circumstances, it’s beneficial to incorporate some relaxing nighttime activities into your routine to get your child ready for bed.