If you are anything like me, you have children that get HANGRY! A LOT. My toddler’s mouth is like a black hole for fruit and cheese sticks.
I’m sure you know that reading to your older child is super important and has so many benefits for their developing brains. But what about reading to your newborn baby? Is it really necessary when they’re that little? Here are some incredible reasons why you should read to your newborn and how it impacts their development.
You really want to breastfeed your child but the pain of sore nipples is not really encouraging you right now. You are on the verge of quitting but then there are all these amazing benefits of breastfeeding that you want for your baby. Does breastfeeding have to be this painful?
Is your child ready for kindergarten? If you are looking for the answer, you have come to the right place! I have been a pre-k teacher for many years, and I can confidently tell you how to know for sure.
The first time I had to leave my house and put that mask on my face, I HATED it. Until recently, I may have been a little whiny and possibly slightly annoying about wearing it. Okay, extremely annoying. But before you judge me, let me explain.
Ah, sweet summertime! The kids are out of school and hitting the streets for months of sunshine and fun. But the days of running through the neighborhoods with friends until the street lamps come on is quickly slipping by; kids today are looking for newer, more expensive ways to enjoy their summer break. From pricey vacations to buying the latest video games to camp out in the living room with, summer tends to bring even… →