In fact, I feel uncomfortably typing it here for this blog post.
There’s no bigger rule to be broken than the “no white after Labor Day” rule.
Consequences may or may not put son on track
“Not every homemade Christmas ornament is display-worthy. You know it and I know it.”
Many of us spend far too much on Christmas. Keep two things in mind…
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Independence Day is often referred to as simply the Fourth of July in the United States.
With the excitement of fireworks, barbecues and pool parties, the true meaning of the holiday is sometimes forgotten.
In fact, it’s the celebration of a very significant event that our children should understand.
Grab your paint sample cards. It’s time to get the kids pre-school ready.
We tend to think of Valentine’s Day as a romantic holiday.
But there’s something special about that fervent four-letter word — love — that goes beyond the image of a couple.
Kids love celebrating the day of hearts, too.
And for many, that mushy feeling starts with a tissue box or a shoebox
Feeling cooped up? Try a little bathtub fishing.
The temperature dipped again. It’s cold and snowy. And there’s nothing to do.
You’d like to hop a flight to a sunny destination, but you’re stuck here. And often, you’re stuck inside.
Here are some strategies to help you beat the winter blahs.
A fun craft that’ll get your toddler moving.
Beep, bloop, beep. Make Mr. Potato Head-like robots.
Grow big, funny dino (or dragon, or lizard) feet in mere minutes
Instead of using gift wrap, have your child turn an empty canister into a gift holder.
Zany desktop dancers for the kids.
Transform your child’s headboard into a magnetic display.
Sock puppets are a fun way to entertain the kids.
Backyard nature crafts for the kids.
Super Bowl Sunday is here. Soon friends will pile in your house to watch the game. And the last thing you want to hear is screaming children fighting for your attention. So why not plan ahead? Care.com offered a few ways to… »
Edible play dough is a great way to develop your toddlers motor skills.