How was your day? Fine! the typical 5 word conversation we can have with our kids if we don’t discover how to dig deeper, ask relevant questions and be in the school know.
Why is my baby screeching out loud and very loud? She is 5 months old and never stops screeching, it is very annoying. Even the dog has resorted to going outside to avoid the noise.
She’s not hungry, wet, cold, etc.
Each new school year is a chance for children to start fresh and establish new routines. The same is true for parents, who play a huge role in a child’s education. As you send your children back to school this year, consider making a few resolutions of your own to make this a successful academic year. Most importantly, share the list with your child to help set expectations for both of you.
It’s back-to-school time and for families with young children starting kindergarten, many parents ask, “is my child really ready for kindergarten? And what does it mean to be kindergarten-ready anyway?”
My 3-month-old baby hates tummy time! She cries immediately whenever I put her on her tummy for the required “tummy time” of 20 minutes each day. She really hates it!
The big yellow bus is about to pull up for the new school year, and that means big changes to the family routine and lots of new things on your to-do list. Kati Chevaux, organizational expert and editor at Cozi.com, the No. 1 online and mobile family calendar, recommends breaking down back-to-school preparation into simple daily tasks to keep it manageable. To help, she’s created a one-a-day checklist for the crucial week before school begins.
If you wonder about newborn baby development milestones, we’ve got you covered here! You’ll also learn how to play with your newborn, and find tips on a few toys that even a newborn baby can enjoy.
Crawling babies are so cute. From the very first uncertain, unbalanced “steps” to lightning-fast crawling. Some babies love crawling so much that they seem to never want to learn how to walk.
Here are two baby crawling polls where parents report when their babies started to crawl and by which style. Hands and knees are definitely not for all babies!
If it is your family’s first experience with the passing of a loved one, you may be wondering whether or not it as a wise idea to include your children in the funeral. The rituals of mourning and grief for somebody who has died are often something that many parents want to keep their child away from, for fear of upsetting them further. Many parents may also have questions as to how to approach and support their child at a difficult time. Deciding if and how to involve your child with a funeral or funeral plans can be tricky.
It has been proven that a child who comes to school with a large vocabulary does better than a child whose vocabulary is very poor.