Many childrenare reluctant to engage in group activities and are intimated to interact withtheir peers. As families prepare to send their children back to school, how can you encourage your children to open up in social situations? What can parents do to help their shy child breakout of their shell and feel
Many kids — and adults — turn up their noses at the idea of eating vegetables, even though we all know how important it is to eat a rainbow of fruits and veggies every day. While there are some great tricks on sneaking veggies into meals, I discovered a few
For many parents, going out together doesn’t happen because paying for a babysitter is expensive—and good babysitters may be hard to find. Organizing a babysitting co-op with some good friends or neighbours—fellow parents—can solve that problem. Here are some tips for starting a babysitting co-op in your area.
The very mention of potty training can fill parents with dread and with images of frustration over a child who doesn’t seem to catch on—or doesn’t even want to try. Here are five tips for encouraging children to go potty by having fun doing it.
Rainy or snowy days can cause children to become bored because they can’t go outside to play. Here are five ideas to keep your children busy indoors.
The bottom line about cutting costs with anything in life is the more you do yourself, the less it will cost. Buying in bulk, planning ahead, and making as many things as you can homemade will always cut your costs big-time. One big caution when planning any party whether you’re