My boys and I recently watched Bill Nye the Science Guy’s video about Marine Animals. We learned a lot of great facts, such as how a whale or dolphin’s blubber keeps it warm. We have actually performed that experiment by coating a thermometer with vaseline and placing the thermometer in cold water. The vaseline acts…Read More Are Sounds Louder Under Water?
Ouch! Toddler biting hurts and it can be just as painful to see other children avoid your toddler because they don’t want to be bitten. If your toddler is biting others, it’s important to know that this behavior is very common, and it’s usually not intended to harm others. There are also simple steps you…Read More Why Toddlers Bite and What You Can Do About It
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
Friday night is our night for family, not that the other nights aren’t special, but by the end of the week after my husband’s and my work and after the kids’ long week at school, friends’ houses, or even work; we just melt down and spend this night together in sort of a special way.…Read More Family Night Ideas
There are seven stages of potty training. They begin with showing signs of potty training readiness and conclude with being able to use the toilet away from home. Stage 1: Signs of Readiness The first stage of potty training begins when your child shows the following signs of potty training readiness: Expresses an interest in…Read More 7 Stages of Potty Training