Every harried mom and dad knows what it’s like to drive with the kids in the back seat fighting and screaming their heads off. It’s not unusual for a child to act up in the car; they’re bored, trapped and often have nothing to do. Driving while distracted puts you at risk for accidents, which,…Read More Five Ways to Keep the Kids Entertained in the Car
Raising a child can be a challenge, but one challenge, in particular, that many parents find to be a headache is potty training. Yes, while your child is going to eventually learn how to use the potty, many parents either often find themselves rushing their child, starting too early or doing the wrong things. While…Read More Potty Training: 5 Tips That Stick!
Bedwetting isn’t a highlight of childhood. Or parenthood. But it’s something that most families have to deal with. Here are some tips to overcoming bedwetting and making the process easier for the whole family. When is bedwetting a problem? Up to the age of 5, bedwetting is considered completely normal. There are some things you…Read More The Five Minute Bedwetting Guide
It is no secret that toddlers are not fun to take out to eat. In fact, many parents avoid taking their one- and two-year-old’s out to dinner, and for good reason. There’s nothing like having a toddler melt down in the middle of a restaurant. While there is no way to guarantee you will have…Read More Dining out with Toddlers
When you’re out on the football field you need to be coordinated and have some type of manual dexterity to be able to catch the ball and make a touchdown without being squashed by a 300 pound linebacker. [include file=../googlead.txt] Granted, you’re not likely to face the last challenge when playing a musical instrument, but…Read More How Learning an Instrument Can Help Your Child Read