Kids are pure-intentioned. They see the goodness in the little things that adults take for granted, like the sound of pots and pans clanging together and the sight of a ceiling fan twirling around the room. But somewhere along the way, children learn the word “no,” and turn into adorable little monsters who will stop at nothing to get what they want, including shiny new toys in the checkout line. Read More “How to Deal When Your Child Steals Something”
Millennials are setting the status quo for future generations in countless different ways. They generally understand the value of a work-life balance, they’re passionate about environmental issues, and they embrace health and wellness. Best of all, millennials bring creativity to the (dinner) table when it comes to new cuisine creations- and we’re not just talking about avocado toast! Here are some of the newest millennial food trends that we’re dying to try.
Sometimes, this behavior is just one step backward in a child’s natural progression towards independence. Other times, it can be a sign of a deeper issue. Read More “When Your Child Hates School”
Are you a “yes” woman? Do you hastily commit to sh*t that you don’t even want to do because you feel obligated to show up for friends, family, or acquaintances? You’re not alone. Here are our best tips for finding a happy medium between being busy and burnt out.
Your feet are swollen like balloons, and the kid watching cartoons in your living room is just as demanding as the one that’s chillin’ in your womb. (Who, by the way, is single-handedly rearranging your vital organs.) They say women are good at multitasking, but parenting and growing a baby at the same time brings a whole new level of difficulty to the table. Here’s how to survive:
Although most babies don’t start showing their pearly whites until they’re roughly 6-12 months old, the teething process can start rearing its ugly head as early as two months In addition to blood-curdling screams, excessive chewing, and sleepless nights, teething can also come with another unpleasant side effect; a rash. Here’s what you need to know: Read More “Things to Know About Teething Rash”
A hot and rainy day is both a paradox and an inconvenience. Summertime is supposed to be about sprinting through sprinklers and sunbathing, for crying out loud! Not to mention, attempting to dress in a way that shields you from the elements without dying of heat exhaustion is damn near impossible. Here’s what to wear when it’s muggy to the max, with style suggestions for you and your little: Read More “Rainy Summer Styles”
The cold, hard truth is this: all teenagers lie. They lie about who they’re dating, where they’re really going on a Saturday night, and whether or not they’re drinking your vodka and replacing it with water. But why? Even if you’re the coolest, most understanding mom in the history of cool moms, your kids may still fib on occasion. Here are some possible reasons:
We all have an idyllic vision of what The Fourth of July is supposed to look like. Kids running through sprinklers, grandiose parades with marching bands, and burgers sizzling on the grill. But Mother Nature is almost as unpredictable as tots in their terrible twos, so even America isn’t immune to having its birthday party ruined by the weather. In the event of a rainy Independence Day, these All-American movies are sure to be loved by kids and parents alike.
There’s no better way to honor the US of A than spending the day off playing some family-geared backyard games. These kid-approved activities pair perfectly with hot summer haze and barbecue days. An added bonus? They’re engaging and exciting enough to keep even the busiest of littles occupied all day long. Read More “Fourth of July Outdoor Activities”