It seems like there was supposed to be an immediate shift, somewhere in the whole turning-18-and-graduating-high-school thing. But life is full of moments.
A personalized DIY graduation gift that is easy peasy to make.
A mom writes in for help with her previously champion sleeper who can now take up to 2 hours falling asleep on his own in his big kid bed.
How do you handle a toddler who has become very effective at stalling bedtime?
When a kid is getting bullied, there are times when parents and educators need to get involved. Because children often need to be taught kindness.
As we ever-so-gently force my youngest to get behind the wheel, he’s learning he’s more capable than he thought, and I’m delighting in watching him do so.
Spend more time yelling, “Whee!” and less time planning your day with our handy dandy list of Universal Orlando must-dos and secret tips.
A mom needs advice because her toddler persistently challenging behavior at home is causing for chronic unhappiness and stress for the entire family.
An expectant mom needs help sorting out her toddler’s nap schedule without too much disruption especially before the new baby arrives. Which is basically any minute now.
Graduation is almost here, and so are all of the feelings that accompany it. Time to make a to-do list and focus on that, I guess.
Has a new study REALLY established a link between swaddling and SIDS? Let’s ignore the scary headlines and take a deeper look.
Have a kid or kids crazy for baseball? Tis the season. We’ve got a cute baseball-themed lunch box idea perfect for school or for noshing in the stands during practice.
Great and free last minute Mother’s Day gifts for mom… coupons for what she really wants.
A reader wants to know how you teach kids to study when they’re resistant to doing so. This may not be the answer she wants, but it’s all I’ve got.
How do you teach your kid how to tie their shoes?
My youngest is about to embark on a new adventure: college (as a dual-enrolled high schooler)! It’s weird and wonderful and scary and awesome.
We love these succulent plants that are planted into recycled food tin cans. They are cute DIY gifts for Mother’s Day.
What do you do if your three year old just won’t sit on the potty when you want to toilet-train her for preschool in September, when she’ll be four already?
We’ve created a series of Mother’s Day cards that celebrate powerful, strong, fabulous women but they’re also so much fun.
What makes these beaded windchimes extra special (besides that your kid(s) helped craft them) is that dangling at the bottom are “picture jewels,” or images of your kid(s).
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