While I was reading up on various ways about how to baby proof your house, I ran across several things that I considered to be overkill and just plain silly. Once I had decided how much baby-proofing I thought I should do, I realized this is a great opportunity to write a fun post of the more
Raising your kids to be independent, skillful people can seem like a full-time job. But usually, the skills are easy to relate: riding a bike, after all, is something that just about every parent is able to demonstrate to their kids. Same goes for basic around-the-house chores like watering plants or taking out the garbage.
Many parents dread the prospect of flying with their children. Spending hour after hour in a confined space with kids that struggle to sit still for barely five minutes is in theory a recipe for disaster – but a little planning can change your travelling with toddlers on long haul flights comfortable and give your
Potty training is an exciting milestone for both parents and children. Some toddlers are ready to begin training as early as 18 months while others have no interest until two years or even later. The key is to avoid rigidly enforcing bathroom skills at a specific age. Instead, wait until he or she shows several