Parenting

Uh oh: puke alert! Check out the link below where you can find everything a parents needs to know about treating stomach bugs, keeping your children comfortable when they’re vomiting and have diarrhea, and how long stomach viruses usually last. Stomach Flu Survival Guide
Read more
Are you thinking of taking your family’s diet in a vegetarian or maybe even vegan direction? wondering if its the right choice for your developing kiddies? Many Studies show that adequate nutrition can be achieved with vegetarian or vegan diets, but it is difficult. It requires research, mindful planning, and creativity. If that thought hasn’t deterred  you, then check out […]
Read more
Kids are getting half of (what should be) their daily sugar intake first thing in the morning. Click the link below, and learn 5 strategies to change up breakfast without eliminating sugar cold turkey.   5 Ways To Cut Sugar From Your Kid’s Breakfast
Read more
Think it’s enough to heap constant praise on your kid? Think again. Because according to a new study in the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science, there’s a right way and a wrong way to dish out compliments. Who knew? Check out the link below and find out how to dole out praise the correct way. Correctly Praising Your Children
Read more
Odds are, when you were a kid there were few things that made you cringe more than being assigned chores by an adult. But what you didn’t know at the time (Despite the words of every adult assigning said chores) was that it was all helping you buld character, and grooming you to be a well adjusted adult. No, this […]
Read more
Its That time of year again, the holidays have arrived which means family get togethers, and driving to faily get togethers. This time of yeartheres excitment in the air, and emotions run high so it can be easy for things to get a little overwhelming at times, especially when you have to coordinate the movement a whole circus troop of […]
Read more
Have your children been bugging you for a furry friend? Maybe don’t be so quick to dismiss the idea, the truth is that more and more studies are showing that most children who are either growing up in, or being born into a home with a family pet grow up with less risk of  eczema, and a stronger, more resilient […]
Read more
    While much attention is paid to bullying among older children – both in the media and in research – relatively little focus has been paid to bullying in early childhood. In part, this may be due to a view that behaviors thought of as bullying in older children are “part of growing up.”  This is certainly part of […]
Read more
As a parent, you are your child’s first and most important teacher. When parents and families are involved in their children’s schools, the children do better and have better feelings about going to school. In fact, many studies show that what the family does is more important to a child’s school success than how much money the family makes or […]
Read more
Twitter