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As a parent, we have plenty of things to worry about. One of the big fears we deal with is germs. While most of the germs your child comes in contact with aren’t especially dangerous, they will make your little one sick, which isn’t fun for anyone. Here are some tips to prevent germs from spreading around. 1. Keep a sick kid home – Many of us had parents that sent us to school even when we were on our death-bed, but this isn’t advisable. For one, your child can...

If you’re one of those moms who likes to dress their kid up (and aren’t we all?), Halloween is one of the best days of the year. We can stick our kids into something over-the-top and adorable and no one rolls their eyes. Here are some of the best Halloween costumes I’ve seen around the web. Have you tried any of these? Show us your pictures on our Facebook page. 1. Hot dog! Olaf Gradin CC BY-SA / Via Flickr: gradin 2. Gumball machine babyjackco.com / Via instagram.com 3. An actual pumpkin jwohi_...

Everyone loves a spooky Halloween, but no should take any risks when it comes to safety. Statistically, children twice as likely to be hit by a car on Halloween night. Scarier concerns (like abductions) aren’t much of an issue, but broken bones and concussions are more likely (and also pretty dangerous) due to falling in the dark. Here are some tips your family can use to stay safe on Halloween. Everyone in your trick-or-treating party (including parents) should be carrying glow sticks or flashlights at all times. This is so...

Many parents struggle with getting their children to sleep at some point or another. Often it starts when your child is an infant and refuses to sleep throughout the night. That’s why it’s so important to establish good sleep habits at an early age which will make it easier to settle into a sleep routine you can stick with. A baby with good sleep habits will become a toddler with good sleep habits and parents can breathe a sigh of relief knowing they’ll have an easy time getting their toddlers...

Your new baby is on the way and you’re excited as ever! Everyone has told you to get prepared and you’re certain you’ve got the basics down, but we’ve put together a checklist just to assure you haven’t missed anything. You’ll be busy when your little one arrives so here are some ways to prepare. 1. Cook up a storm As you can imagine, your hands will be full when your little one first arrives. Remembering to eat and making time to cook is more difficult than many new parents...

Public temper tantrums can be threatening, the tears can be tempting and the pouty face can be cute; but parenting experience has taught us that saying “no” is sometimes the best thing to do. We all want to see our children happy but we also want to be respected when we make the decision to say “no.” Here are some reasons why we cave in and why we should say “no” sometimes. 1. We don’t have the time to go back and forth Many parents cave into their children’s antics...

The subscription box market is booming more than ever before! Consumers are in love with the idea of getting something new in the mail every month that’s made just for them. We put together a list of 5 subscription box treasures moms can appreciate for her and her little ones. 1. Escape Monthly Moms who love to travel and experience new things sometimes have trouble finding the time to do so. This subscription box takes you around the world with products to your doorstep. It features a different destination every month...

The new school year is the perfect time to examine our habits and find ways that we can all be healthier. Here are some ways you can keep your kids healthy at school. 1. Pack lunches for your child I’m sure schools would love to provide healthy lunches, but everyone has a budget. Most aren’t able to provide organic, farm-to-table options. You’ll have to take matters into your own hands. It’s a lot more work than handing your kid $5, but it’s worth it. 2. Use backpacks safely I know...

We don’t know when nightmares start, but there’s some evidence that dreams become especially vivid around one year old, although they don’t become an issue until the toddler ages. There’s no simple cause of nightmares. However, they seem to appear more often when children are ill, overtired, in the middle of a developmental change, stressed or anxious, or have had irregular sleep patterns. Here are some ways you can help your child deal with his nightmares. 1. Be understanding – To your child, these fears are real. Do not dismiss...

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