7 Ultimate Parenting Solutions for Kids Who Hate Bath Time

Toddlers have a knack for turning otherwise simple routines into dramas of epic proportions. When it comes to bath time, some kids are water babies while others seem to want to redefine the term “soap opera.” There are a ton of reasons your kid might not want to take a bath today. They include everything…

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Getting Your Kids on a New Schedule for School

After a summer of being essentially schedule-free – or at least being rather lax on schedules – having to conform to a certain bedtime and waking time can come as a bit of a shock to parents and kids alike. That said, school has an established start time and your son or daughter needs to…

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A Beginner’s Guide to Toddler Skin Care

Even on your toddler’s cute little body, the skin is the largest organ. Every part of it plays a vital role in your son or daughter’s health. Taking care of it properly can help to give it everything it needs to keep problems away and to make sure your little one is comfortable. Taking care…

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Top Halloween Safety Tips for Parents and Kids

Halloween is one of the most exciting times of the year for kids and parents alike. No other holiday compares in terms of the experience. After all, the Easter bunny brings treats right to you, evenings on July 4 are for fireworks instead of trick-or-treating, we don’t knock on our neighbors’ doors asking for candy on Thanksgiving, and…

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2 simple Halloween DIY’s the kids will love

Happy almost Halloween! What better way to get in the spirit than to make some Halloween crafts with your littles? Try out a couple of our favorite DIY’s that require just a few supplies. Lollipop Ghosts  Here’s what you’ll need: Kleenex tissues Round lollipops (we used Tootsie Pops) Black sharpie Tiny elastic rubber bands Thin…

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Your child sleepwalks? Should you be worried?

Sleepwalking can sound terrifying and may appear rather startling when you first see it in your young child. However, this condition, also known as somnambulism, is actually quite common and is typically nothing to worry about. Technically speaking, sleepwalking involves any range of complex activities while your son or daughter is actually in a deep…

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How to Make Your Pillowcase Even Softer Than It Already Is

While Little Sleepy Head 100% cotton pillowcases are soft to begin with, many little ones want their bedding to be extra-soft. After all, they have soft skin and want a very snuggly place to get a restful night of sleep. Many pillowcase companies use chemicals to “finish” their cotton. This does make it feel softer,…

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6 Tips For Toddler Nap Time

When your toddler doesn’t nap it can be a fast route to crankiness for both you and your child. After all, napping is supposed to be a peaceful time for your son or daughter to recharge. Equally, it provides us mommies and daddies with precious relief from our child’s seemingly endless need to go, go, go. Even more importantly,…

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What’s Inside a Great School Naptime Kit?

The right amount of sleep goes a long way and now that your child is in preschool (or even some TK & Kindergarten classes), getting enough rest needs a bit of extra planning. The National Sleep Foundation recommends that preschoolers receive 11 to 13 hours of sleep every day. Research has shown that proper rest…

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School Lunch Prep Tips for Busy Parents on the Go

In a perfect world, it would be lovely to be able to create three gourmet meals per day for our kids. Meals they’d actually eat, no less. Still, despite our busy lives, we can still put together some fun and nutritious school lunches, even if they’re not quite up to Cordon Bleu standards. The key…

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