I first saw a recipe called Crock Pot Caramel Apples posted by Bearable Deals. I thought it looked so yummy! But I decided to play with the recipe just a bit to make it even more appealing. Ingredients: 3 Sweet Cooking Apples (I use Gala apples) 3/4 cup Apple Juice 3 tbsp. Butter 3 tbsp. ...Tags: baked apples, caramel apples, crock pot apples, crock pot caramel applesCrafts, Other Recipes, Recipes, Skills and Activites, Toddler Bites
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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
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.
This curriculum was designed for children between 6 – 12 months of age and beyond. It can be easily adapted to your child’s abilities.
If your child is having trouble sleeping through the night and you are having trouble with it as well, then it may be time for you to apply a “method” or theory to help your child learn to sleep on their own and through the night. There are many different methods and theories available, and one is not right for everyone. Just as children are all different, and families are all different, you may need a different approach. If you do what feels right and use your natural instinct, you will usually have the best outcome. If you decide to use a “no-cry” approach, then here is some helpful information to guide you through it.
Co-sleeping is widely known and respected as a wonderful way to bond with your child not just child to parent, but as an entire family. If you chose co-sleeping for your family, here are some expert suggestions from co-sleeping advocates like Dr. Sears, E. Pantley, Dr. McKenna, and more.
Whether transitioning from co-sleeping or from a crib to a bed, there are many wonderful ways to help your child become excited about sleeping in their own bed by themselves.Tags: childs-bed-next-to-yours, getting-an-elementary-age-child-to-sleep-in-their-room, helping your child sleep, helping your child sleep in their own bed, helping-a-child-sleep-on-their-own, helping-to-wing-kids-to-sleeping-on-their-own, positive-reinforcement-to-keep-a-child-in-bed, sleep-on-the-floor-to-keep-kids-in-bed, transitioning to a bed, ways-to-help-a-child-stay-in-their-own-bed, when-the-best-time-let-kids-sleepBehavior, Featured, Parenting, Skills and Activites, Sleep
Websites and books to help you have a successful nursing experience with your child.
Many children, especially younger children and toddlers, develop a fear of going to the doctor. This is no mystery, sometimes painful and scary things go on at the doctors office, especially for little ones. How can you help your child become less afraid of those doctor visits?
Cloth diaper making is not as hard as you may think! And the price absolutely cannot be beat. You can make a cloth diaper for as little as $1! Check out some of the wonderful resources we found for making you own cloth diapers.