Baby Proofing Your Home

Baby Proofing Your Home There are a range of different baby safety products on the market today that can make Mom and Dad’s life a lot easier when it comes to baby proofing your home. However, there are also some simple and very traditional types of safety practices that will keep your infant out of… Read more »

Uncommon Poisons in the Home

Uncommon Poisons in the Home We are well aware of the most common types of poisons that may be lurking in the cupboards in our homes: Cleaning products Pesticides Automotive products like windshield washer fluid and antifreeze Insect repellants Animal products like flea and tick killers Swimming pool chemicals Mold and mildew killing products Health… Read more »

Gardening with Children

Gardening with Children As fall approaches, the cooler weather is prime for spending more time engaging in outdoor hobbies. Gardening is a good way to engage your child’s senses and instill in them a love for growing things. Gardening with your children can be a simple and fun process. We have a few tips on how… Read more »

Family Meals Establish Lifetime Nutrition Habits

Family Meals Establish Lifetime Nutrition Habits Eating together establishes good habits later in life, according to researchers at the University of Minnesota. In the study of more than 1,500 people, surveyed once during high school and then again when they were 20 years old, participants were asked questions about how often they ate with their… Read more »

Summer Learning for Easy Back to School Transitions

Summer Learning for Easy Back to School Transitions The summer is a wonderful time for children and parents to have fun, enjoy the great outdoors, and spend some time away from the daily routine of school. However, by incorporating some activities and structured learning opportunities parents can help kids stay sharp and avoid losing some… Read more »

Ready to Learn

Ready to Learn For young students, success in school starts with being able to take turns, cooperate, and follow directions.  Here are ways to build these skills so that your child can start the year off right. Taking Turns: At school, your youngster will need to wait his turn, whether he wants to answer a… Read more »

Keeping the Love Alive Even with Small Children

Keeping the Love Alive Even with Small Children Every family has gone through it – lots of passion and spice in your relationship and then the children come along. Somewhere along the way those alone times you used to spend with each other are replaced with babies, children crawling into bed with you in the… Read more »