When you’re a work-from-home parent, there are hurdles you have to get over before you manage to find your groove. With these tips, it should be a lot easier for you to figure out how you want to go about your work-from-home situation while still managing to be a good parent.
As your family grows, you’ll inevitably ask yourself the question: Is it time to invest in a family car? It’s not something too many couples do before they have multiple children, but it can become an appealing idea pretty quickly once the kids come along. But even if you decide it’s time to get a family car, it’s not quite as simple as heading to the nearest dealership and picking out a minivan. There’s more that goes into the decision, which is why we’re taking a little time to look into what it really mean to have a family car.
So you discovered zooby kin and now you don't know what to do with your old baby mirror. Upcycle it! Mirrors are a great way to spark curiosity and motivate baby, especially during Tummy Time. Mirrors help develop fine motor skills, like reaching and grasping, and support visual tracking. Mirrors also encourage imitation and teaches emotions and vocabulary.
These days, it’s not only possible to make money from home, but it can even be a feasible way to make a living. This can be a real boon to stay-at-home parents as it’s a great way to supplement the family income without avoiding the responsibilities of home and family. And happily, it’s relatively easy to start earning extra income from home.
Going through the birthing process can be stressful enough, but Covid has greatly impacted that stress. Obstacles like new regulations and social distancing are changing a lot of people's ideal pregnancy journeys. Here are some resources and tips to help flesh out a pregnancy and birthing plan in the midst of the pandemic.
Written By: Derek Cannon Having a baby enriches your life in many ways. But with every new bundle of joy comes plenty of additional expenses, fi...
52 children perished from being left in a hot cars in the U.S. in 2019. However, devastating child loss from heatstroke in a car is entirely preventable. Below are just a few tips to help keep your child from becoming the next statistic.
Being cooped up at home can be very hard for children. It’s just as hard for parents, too — maybe even more so. The solution is to introduce some structure into your stuck-at-home life and incorporate activities that are fun enough to keep your kids engaged for hours on end, while also sneaking in learning opportunities for peak productivity.
A book scavenger hunt is a great way to engage your kids, play a game, and maybe squeeze in some reading time. Just print and search, happy scavenging!
No need to go outside when there is fun to be had inside. A indoor scavenger hunt is a fantastic tool to encourage your kids to think! Just print and let the good times commence.
A outdoor scavenger hunt is the perfect way to engage your kids. This is some simple, easy fun in the sun for you and your kids. Just print and begin the hunt!
Prevention is the key to keeping our families safe and healthy during this pandemic scare. We are urging everyone to sanitize their cars thoroughl...