“Did You Know…?” The Crazy Truth About Having Toddlers

by - Leave a Comment  | May 25, 2016

Even with all the warnings about having a toddler, you can never understand the reality and hardships of having one until one actually comes along. No, it’s not just about the mind-blowing tantrums and the throwing up. Many don’t actually realize what they wouldbe in for. For instance… Did you know that a toddler would kick […]

4 Valuable Life Lessons Your Child Learns When He’s Hyperactive

by - Leave a Comment  | April 15, 2016

Children, especially young boys, are known for being restless and active. And when the going gets tough, the tough (meaning the children) get going while we wish we could have several 5 minute breaks during the day. It’s hard not to worry, especially when they’re more prone to getting hurt. Before you complain, perhaps you’d like to […]

Common Sleep Problems Solved: Snoring And Night Terrors

by - Leave a Comment  | April 11, 2016

Much like during your first few months as a parent, you probably felt those moments when you thought you’ve learned how to manage and putting your tot down to sleep has gotten a little too easy–until your baby or toddler’s nighttime sleep gets thrown off, again. Now that your child is bigger, things haven’t changed much. Most likely, […]

Common Sleep Problems Solved: Bed Wetting and Sleepwalking

by - Leave a Comment  | April 8, 2016

Much like during your first few months as a parent, you probably felt those moments when you thought you’ve learned how to manage and putting your tot down to sleep has gotten a little too easy–until your baby or toddler’s nighttime sleep gets thrown off, again. Now that your child is bigger, things haven’t changed much. Most likely, […]

Common Sleep Problems Solved: Nightmares

by - Leave a Comment  | April 6, 2016

Much like during your first few months as a parent, you probably felt those moments when you thought you’ve learned how to manage and putting your tot down to sleep has gotten a little too easy–until your baby or toddler’s nighttime sleep gets thrown off, again. Now that your child is bigger, things haven’t changed much. Most likely, […]

3 Mistakes Parents Make After Their Child Has A Nightmare

by - Leave a Comment  | April 1, 2016

Almost every parent and child go through them. Children often start having recurring bad dreams as early as their late toddler years, but it gets pretty hard to deal with when they reach grade school. They start running to your room and refusing to sleep. By dealing with kids’ nightmares the right way, you can help […]

How To Survive Having More Than One Kid (Part 2)

by - Leave a Comment  | February 26, 2016

If you’re reading this, you’re probably wondering what it’s really like to have more than one child and how in the world you’ll be able to manage being a mom of two. Truth be told, or at least many moms with multiple children tell me, it can be really dizzying… but it doesn’t necessarily have […]

How To Survive Having More Than One Kid (Part 1)

by - Leave a Comment  | February 24, 2016

If you’re reading this, you’re probably wondering what it’s really like to have more than one child and how in the world you’ll be able to manage being a mom of two. Truth be told, or at least many moms with multiple children tell me, it can be really dizzying… but it doesn’t necessarily have […]

5 Tips To Cut Down On Birthday Party Guests

by - Leave a Comment  | February 15, 2016

Children’s parties are always fun to have. Not only are you celebrating a great milestone, but you’re also creating memories for your family and, most of all, your birthday celebrant. (Of course, your child won’t remember the first few years, but that’s what videos and photos are for!) One of the best things about it […]

6 Quiet Time Alternatives For Your Child Who Just Won’t Nap (Part 2)

by - Leave a Comment  | January 29, 2016

(Read the first part of this article HERE.) Create a rest spot Again, when your child just doesn’t want to take a nap, you don’t have to force him to. The reason for this is that a power struggle over the arguable need to nap often results in a kid who’s more wound up than […]

6 Quiet Time Alternatives For Your Child Who Just Won’t Nap (Part 1)

by - Leave a Comment  | January 27, 2016

Nap time can be a real struggle for any child and parent. When they refuse to take a nap, it can change the mood of the rest of the day—they get cranky, and you get super tired from not having breaks. Rather than putting up with your hyped up and exhausted child, you can resort […]

3 Habits Parents Can Adopt To Help Kids Study Smarter

by - Leave a Comment  | January 25, 2016

Big or small, your kids will greatly benefit from having a healthy and consistent study habit. We all know that, if practiced early, good study habits are something that we bring well into our young adulthood onwards. By then, we won’t need to force ourselves to get used to making time for homework and reviewing, […]

Effective Sleep Strategies For Kids As Told By Real Parents

by - Leave a Comment  | January 22, 2016

We’ve all heard and read it before: Establish a regular bedtime routine and your child will be able to fall asleep on his own. Then again, if you’ve already tried it, it doesn’t come easy, doesn’t it? Kids, from infancy, are naturally very clingy. After all, they’ve gotten used to feeling warm and snug in […]

9 Ways To Teach Your Child To Be Self-Sufficient (Part 2)

by - Leave a Comment  | December 30, 2015

(Read the first part of this article HERE.) 5. Give clues, not solutions Sometimes kids are reliant towards their parents for the simplest things. Even the easy task of looking for the tape for their art project or getting the sharpener for their pencils is too much of a job for them even if they […]

9 Ways To Teach Your Child To Be Self-Sufficient (Part 1)

by - Leave a Comment  | December 28, 2015

There are a lot of things and skills learned at school by your children but Individuality and Responsibility are skills learned at home. Your kids mirror the things they see at home, whether it be from the things that their siblings do or the things you do, as the parent. Here are surefire ways to […]