Because I have an extensive background in Early Childhood Education, I always assumed that my child would be a sweet, calm, well mannered, and very “obedient” child. After all, if I can control a room of fifteen crazy 2 or 3 year olds, why wouldn’t I be able to control one? HA! Yes I can ...
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Materials: -spray bottle -white coffee filter -washable markers Color every open area of the coffee filter. Spray filter about 5 times with water. Watch the colors blends together! For added artistry cut a frame out of construction paper and use wax paper and a warm iron to frame. For added education for younger students, try ...Tags: Arts, craft ideas, craft projects, easy crafts, preschool projectsFeatured, Parenting, Skills and Activites
Starting school is a very special moment for all families. It’s exciting, it’s new, and often it’s your child’s first time being independent away from you. As happy, exciting, and proud as you and your child may be, there may also be a lot of fear surrounding this new experience. Sometimes this is obvious ...Tags: crying before school, missing parent at school, new school, school anxiety, school transition, separation anxiety, starting schoolBehavior, Featured, Parenting, Preschool and Daycare
The Guardian Sleeper is an ingenious device created by Nicola Pieters and Carol Betz, two concerned moms who just wanted something to help reduce the risk of SIDS in infants.
We were all very excited to get the PumpEase Hands Free Pumping Support for review! This is a product we had heard a lot about and as many of our mama’s had given birth recently or were about to give birth, they were all excited to test it out!
This is a fantastically easy project to do with children of all ages and can serve many purposes. The idea is to create a personalized container that can be used for just about anything. The container pictured above was created by a ten year old for her three year old sister to keep all of her play-dough toys in.
When my now three year old was a baby, she had terrible tummy troubles. She was exclusively breastfed and I cut out dairy, certain vegetables, beans, everything I was told and could think of to help ease her belly. Enter: Happi Tummi
Why dialogue between you and your child is so very important and will help both of you to have a much happier and healthier relationship with each other.