Being a parent is hard work. It really doesn’t matter if you are pregnant, have one child or 10, if you live in the city or on a farm, are young or more seasoned – parenting is hard work. It calls for creativity, patience – oh lots of patience, wisdom, and growing a few more arms.
Flu season has hit with a vengeance this year. Children are particularly susceptible to the flu, but outside of keeping your child away from everyone on the planet what else can you do to prevent the flu or at least lessen the impact? These 5 tips can help keep you and your kids healthier and happier.
In our day to day living we aren’t always thinking about natural disasters, but when it comes to protecting our children and families, it always helps to be prepared and not wait for an actual disaster to be prepared. Try to take a few minutes to think about how prepared your family is for a natural disaster or a fire.
A supportive environment helps nurture your child’s sense of humor so it’s important to laugh at his early attempts at humor. Your laughter will in turn boost his confidence. A few tried and true tips on how to get your child giggling.
Toddlers hit all sorts of milestones faster than a blink of an eye, but if you are afraid your toddler is lagging behind on speech and language development try some of these easy tips