Sunday, August 20, 2017

Try Out Textures Toddlers are sensory learners who love to touch, smell, and taste to understand the world around them. Use a dark marker to trace letters of the alphabet and/or numbers onto...

Potty training is one of the biggest hurdles of parenthood. Sure, it is exciting to change a poop filled diaper again but what’s better than that? Never paying for a box...

Technology is everywhere and kids these days are getting pretty tech-savvy at a very young age.  There are so many apps out there and it can be difficult to figure out...

I love my kids, and I really think they are the most amazing things that ever walked on this planet, but… I do not think that they should get a trophy for...

At some point pretty much every parent worries about their child not reaching their potential, especially at school. It’s natural, we all want the best for our kids, for them to do...

NOTE:   BEFORE YOU DIVE INTO THIS LIST of 10 speech therapy ideas to do at home:  If your child has speech delays, call a local speech pathologist to have your child...

About a decade ago, I stood in a high school English classroom, trying my best to give an exciting speech about my experiences as a young reporter. I worked for the local newspaper...

“Shy” is a term used to describe many children, especially those who have a temperament or a personality type that is more timid, inhibited, hesitant, or self-conscious. According to Merriam-Webster.com, “shy”...

“Promise? Buzz Lightyear, promise to catch me?” As I was chipping away at Mt. Laundry and matching socks, I heard the soft voice of my two-year-old and paused. “Catch me?” I panicked...

Although there isn’t a guidebook available on how to parent well and raise children, I’ve learned that there are a few ways to be there for your child to ensure that...

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