December is “Safe Toys and Gifts Month”. With all of the toys bought and given as gifts each holiday season, what a great time for a reminder on toy safety.
This holiday season, instead of store bought items, give the loved ones on your list a personal gift made by you or your children. Below is a list of ideas you can make yourself and a few the kids can help with as well.
Once you find out you are pregnant, or even when you begin trying to conceive, most likely you want to read up on as much baby information as you can. But where do you start? Below you will find many helpful resources in the form of books, magazines, and websites.
Thanksgiving is a holiday filled with traditions, family, food, and history. But how do you teach your children about the history of Thanksgiving and the importance of being thankful? Here are some ideas.
Thanksgiving is just one week away, and it’s time to start thinking about some festive crafts, activities, and recipes for the big day. Below are some ideas to get you started.
Does your child love to help you in the kitchen? Here are 8 easy-to-make kid-friendly recipes that your child will enjoy helping you make. And enjoy eating too!
The old flip phones are now a thing of the past, with most parents having an Android or iPhone. And with that, we can access all kinds of useful help. Below is a list of some apps for Moms (and Dads too of course) with links to easily download them to your phone.
As we observe SIDS Awareness Month around the world and International Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day on October 15th, it is important for moms, dads and caregivers to consider the steps they can take to reduce SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome), SUID (Sudden Unexplained Infant Death) or SUDI (Sudden Unexplained Death in Infancy) risks.
It is recommended to place your baby to sleep on his or her back to reduce the risk of SIDS and suffocation. Many parents worry that this will cause flat head syndrome, plagiocephaly. This is caused when babies spend time in a position that puts pressure on one part of the skull. To prevent this, here are a few tips.
Making your own baby food is easy, economical, and wholesome. You will know exactly what your baby is eating, and that the ingredients are fresh and healthy. Keep in mind that making your own baby food doesn’t have to be all or nothing. Start with just one fruit or vegetable and see how it goes.