Girls often complete potty training at a younger age than boys, which leads parents and caregivers to assume that boys are harder to potty train than girls. While this maybe true for some children, potty training boys isn’t necessarily more difficult. As a mother of two boys, I felt that they just weren’t interested for…Read More Potty Training Boys: Is It Harder?
Napping is an important element of your child’s healthy mental and physical growth. A daily nap refreshes a child so that she can maintain her energy, focus, and ability to learn for the rest of the day. Some studies even show that children who nap every day are more flexible and adaptable, have longer attention…Read More How to Solve Naptime Problems
If you have a baby, you have most likely experienced diaper rash to some degree. It can be a mild case that will disappear with a fresh diaper or can become so severe that it may crack and bleed if not taken care of. Diaper rash occurs on babies’ genitals, buttocks and in the fold…Read More Diaper Rash Cures
Okay, you want your teenager to be more responsible with money. Do you remember when you were a teenager? Did you act responsibly with your money? What were some of the things your parents did to teach you about handling your money better? In this article we will discuss some of the ways you can…Read More Teaching Your Teen Good Money Management
If your child needs glasses, it can be an excellent opportunity to teach them about responsibility. There are several ways to get them excited about taking care of their new spectacles. It’s very important that you are patient and persistent in helping your child develop appropriate new habits to take care of their glasses properly.…Read More Teaching Children How to Care for their Glasses