Budget-Friendly Ways to Support the Little Athlete in Your Life

Getting involved in sports is great for kids. It helps them get much-needed exercise that can help prevent childhood obesity. Sports teach kids about teamwork while giving them a social outlet other than school. They are challenging, and help kids learn about overcoming adversity and working toward your goals. There is also evidence that the
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How to Help Your Preschooler Sleep Better (and Longer)

It’s no easy to task to deal with an overtired preschooler. They’re irritable, grumpy, and contrary. Actually, they’re a lot like adults when they’re overtired but without the benefit of adult reasoning and emotional control. So what can you do to help—quite a lot. Sleep patterns are highly responsive to habits and behaviors, and you
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Morning Routines That Set You Up For Success

Getting both yourself and your children ready in the morning is no easy feat. Most of the time it seems like anything that can go wrong will, including stubborn toddlers, forgetting lunches, or even just waking up late. But a stressful morning is no reason to stop parents from having a good day and work
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Kids at Rest and Play: Maintaining a Healthy Summer Bedtime Routine

For most school-age kids, summer vacation is synonymous with personal liberty and all those cool things they don’t get to do during the school year, like staying up late and getting up when they want. It sounds great and kids look forward to it for months, but it’s not great when it comes to getting
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Don’t Let Snow Days Be a Loss! Fun Activities for All Kids

Snow days are as dreaded by parents as they are adored by kids. While our children would love to spend their days off in front of the TV, parents know that lazing around only makes the transition back to school harder. At the same time, we don’t want to completely rob snow days of their
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Should you hire a nanny for your child or put them in daycare?

When you’re choosing childcare, one question many parents have is whether they should have a nanny come stay with their child, or choose daycare. There are many pros and cons to both option and we’re here to help you choose what is best for your lifestyle and your child. First off, most daycares only accept
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Exploring the Great Outdoors with your Kids

Exploring the Great Outdoors with your Kids

Does your child enjoy spending time outdoors? Or would they rather relax in front of the TV, watching cartoons or playing their favorite video games? Although there are many ways you can use TV and games to stimulate your child’s mind and encourage them to learn new things, there’s nothing better than sending them outdoors.
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The Benefits of Language Learning for your Kids

Should your child learn another language while they’re young? Although the answer, “yes” may seem the obvious choice, you may be wondering why language learning is important. We all know the advances of technology make the world smaller, and it’s much easier to connect with family, friends, individuals and businesses across the world. In fact,
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Five Myths of Infant Napping

Five Myths of Infant Napping

By Tamara Smith, Infant & Toddler Sleep Consultant, WeeSleep Myth: You need to be held hostage to nap time. You do not need to be at home for every single nap. It is okay to leave the house and have the occasional nap on the go. Always aim to have your child’s first nap of
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