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Nurturing Creativity In Your Child Right From Birth

As parents it’s important to recognize that children are creative creatures. Their imaginations flow easily from their minds, touching everything around them. A stick becomes a sword, a porch or a pirate deck, and a piece of paper and crayon are the most elaborate of...
Posted On 10 Mar 2015

FeverAll® Acetaminophen Suppositories – For When Your Infant Can’t or Won’t Take Liquid Medication

We have gotten lucky with Sienna as far as sickness goes – for most of her first year, she didn’t get sick. She had a fever once before her first birthday, and we got it down just by giving her a cool bath. One other time she had a bit of bronchitis, but that also...
Posted On 18 Feb 2015

4 Tricks to Keep Your Baby Toys Better Organized

For parents, keeping a clean house is a little like chasing a tornado. A tornado that leaves scattered toys in its wake. But before you give up your dream of a tidy home, or resign yourself to a career in the maid brigade, take a moment to read our simple steps for organizing...
Posted On 03 Feb 2015

How to Plan a Unique and Fun Baby Shower

Throwing a baby shower is a great way for friends and family to get together and celebrate the upcoming arrival of a new son or daughter. The mom to be is fawned over, fun games are played, and cute gifts are given. In today’s society, many new moms are looking for more...
Posted On 14 Nov 2014

Munchkin LATCH Bottle System Eases Transition From Breast to Bottle

When my daughter, Sienna, was born, I had little to no knowledge of transitioning to a bottle. Breastfeeding for at least a year was one of my goals, and I honestly didn’t think about the need for a bottle, forgetting that I might actually enjoy more than a couple hours away...
Posted On 06 Nov 2014

Six Things Your Child Should Know When Learning to Drive a Car

One of the most challenging parts of parenthood is teaching your children how to drive and be safe on the road. For many parents, it can be difficult to trust their child behind the wheel and allow them to have independence with driving. Learning to drive is a big responsibility,...
Posted On 21 Jul 2014

5 Ways Misunderstanding Your Teenagers Can Cost you In the Long Run

Understanding teenagers is imperative in today’s ever-evolving society. The smallest misunderstanding can be to the detriment of your teenager in the long run. To reduce the chances of long-term issues, consider the five following key topics:   Academic Difficulties The...
Posted On 26 Jun 2014

Win A $25 Honest Gift Card: Grab A Free Trial of Organic Diapers

Open To US, 18+   As a parent you’re always looking for the best products for your baby. There are so many toxic elements that can endanger our health that many parents are turning to organic products and food for their children. The Honest Company was founded by...
Posted On 02 Jun 2014

Teenage Drug Conformity And Addiction In America

According to a study published by The New York Times in October 2010, there has been a systemic rise in pharmaceutical prescription drug use in America over the last decade. This trend is a telling one, as it is also evident in the alarming rise of drug addiction in teens,...
Posted On 17 Mar 2014

How To Help Your Kid Stymie Video Game Addiction

Video Game addiction is a problem for parents hoping to foster the most productive lifestyle for their children. Parents must break the unhealthy addiction by introducing productive alternatives. With the rise of video gaming entertainment, parents are now starting to realize...
Posted On 26 Feb 2014

4 Tips for Parenting a Child with Special Needs

Having a child with a disability can be very challenging from an emotional and financial standpoint. However, there are several techniques that you can utilize to help you cope more effectively with the situation. As an added bonus, many of these steps will help you improve the...