• 6 Ways To Get Your Picky Eater To Eat Healthy (Part 2)

    by - Leave a Comment  | September 23, 2015

    (Read part one HERE.) 4. Mix it up! We all know kids are visionary, so what better way to entice them into eating what’s on their plate is to give them something colorful and creative. One thing you have working in your favor is that children like characters and anything cute on their foods. You […]

    6 Ways To Get Your Picky Eater To Eat Healthy (Part 1)

    by - Leave a Comment  | September 21, 2015

    The toddler years is the most formative period for any child. Not only is the convenience of a diaper out of the way, but many of his or her dietary preferences are beginning to harden. Getting children to eat healthy can be quite difficult. Trying to feed a picky eater is indeed challenging and stressful too, […]

    8 Tips For Taking Care Of Your Child’s Teeth (Part 2)

    by - Leave a Comment  | September 16, 2015

    (Read part one HERE.) 5. Watch your child’s diet and fluid intake. Your child’s diet is an important factor in the development of dental caries and cavities. This is why we should practice the following points: Stay away from soft drinks and foods that are high in acid and sugar. Choose healthy foods like vegetables […]

    8 Tips For Taking Care Of Your Child’s Teeth (Part 1)

    by - Leave a Comment  | September 14, 2015

    There’s nothing more cute and heart-melting than those cute little teeth forming a child’s innocent smile.  In order to prevent cavities from ruining them, professional care and a disciplined routine when it comes to oral hygiene is a must to teach our kids. Aside from having an early start with dental visits, there are other […]

    9 Responses Parents Get When Kids Are Told It’s Time For Bed

    by - Leave a Comment  | September 11, 2015

    Kids say the darnest things—especially when they’re trying to get out of your grasp as you try to get them into bed. Below are cute, annoying and very real responses that we all get from our kids when we tell them it’s bed time: 1. “But I’m not yet sleepy.” They could be telling the […]

    4 Things Your Child’s Preschool Teacher Wants You To Know

    by - Leave a Comment  | September 9, 2015

    It’s important that we, parents, are on the same page as our children’s first big school teachers in order to help bring out the best in our little ones. When asked what preschool teachers want to tell parents, here are their top 4 answers: 1. Each child is unique. No matter how easy (and natural) it […]

    4 Things That Could Be Stressing Your Child Out

    by - Leave a Comment  | September 7, 2015

    Stress is a terrible thing for adults, more so for children who don’t know how to best deal with it. By all means, we parents should be able to tell when our children are stressed and why they’re stressed in order to help make them feel much better and more secure. Here are the most common […]

    15 Strengths Of The Middle Child (Part 2)

    by - Leave a Comment  | September 2, 2015

    If you have three or more kids–or you’re a middle child yourself–you’ll surely find this article informative and fun to read. Why? You’ll probably see yourself in your child, and that’s a very good way to understand them further. At the same time, you’ll have a significantly easier time to relate and talk to your […]

    15 Strengths Of The Middle Child (Part 1)

    by - Leave a Comment  | August 31, 2015

    Remember Jan Brady from “Malcolm in the Middle”? The peanut butter of the child sandwich has always been depicted as having unique attitudes and traits. Middle children sometimes get a bad rap—they’re often stereotyped as the black sheep, overlooked by parents and overshadowed by older and younger siblings. But certain middle child personality traits give […]

    5 Sleep-Inducing Food For You And Your Kids

    by - Leave a Comment  | August 24, 2015

    If you’re having trouble getting yourself and your kids to sleep, know that you’re not alone… and that you can do something about it. Here are 5 types of food that you and your children can have before bedtime so you can catch your well-deserved zzz’s. The cool thing is, you can easily find these in […]

    8 Disadvantages Of Having Too Many Toys

    by - Leave a Comment  | August 3, 2015

    Many parents wish to give all the presents and toys that they can provide their children, to make up for their own deprivation during their own childhoods or to allow their children to experience the joy that they themselves felt when they had lots of toys. But, for the sake of your own children and […]

    4 Steps For Your Children To Bond With Their New Stepdad

    by - Leave a Comment  | July 27, 2015

    Remarrying is a difficult thing for your household, especially if you have young children. While you may not even have to talk to your new husband about how to approach and get along with your children, but children can be hard to talk to when they become defensive and faced with something or someone unfamiliar. In […]

    Child Medicine Cabinet Checklist

    by - Leave a Comment  | July 22, 2015

    Your child needs special care as he grows up from being a young preschooler to being a big, active kid. As parents, it’s our job to be prepared when they come down with something, whether it’s the flu or the occasional fever. Here’s a list of medicines that you should be keeping in your cabinet […]

    The 5 Love Languages Of Kids

    by - Leave a Comment  | July 17, 2015

    Children are believed to have different love languages, and it’s up to us parents to figure out which one works best for us in order to have a workable and efficient connection with them. Many experts believe that finding out which love language works for you and your child is the secret to having better, lasting bonds—ones […]

    3 Ways You Destroy Your Child’s Self-Esteem

    by - Leave a Comment  | July 10, 2015

    How your child behaves outside your home and how much confidence he has depends on his parents or other primary caretakers. If you want your children to grow up with sufficient self-esteem to help him get through obstacles in life, you ought to know what you should do—and shouldn’t be doing—to or around them. Below are 3 […]