I’ve rustled up most of the items I’ve been wearing lately. Check them out.
He’s a best-in-class parental ignorer, and it’s infuriating.
“Cheating” is for diets. And I’m not a fan of diets.
My husband and brother-in-law trained the past 14 weeks for it.
Maybe the cure is to ask yourself: “Do you need it or want it?” Who am I kidding, that didn’t work for me.
Now with kids, I’m breaking every single promise to myself.
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Being a parent is one tough job.
But it’s also the most rewarding experience a person can have.
We’ve asked Children’s Hospital & Medical Center experts to help us get through those all-important first years. The hospital offers free parenting classes, titled “Parenting U” given by professionals.
Dr. Steve Sindelar, of Children’s Physicians, will help prepare you for a newborn today at 6 p.m.
Make sure you register for the class on momaha.
Summer’s ending. It’s back to work. Back to the school routines. And, oh, no. Sleep schedules.
I wanted to learn how some parents get their kids to sleep by 7:30 p.m. That’s insane to me.
So I asked a sleep expert for help.
It’s never too late to shape good behavior. Hang in there. It’ll get better.
I ooze patience with other people’s kids. So I am going to treat my children like they belong to another mom.
Did you know the more words a child hears by age 2, the larger his or her vocabulary will grow?
Now at 17 months, Gabriella repeats words. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve caught myself having adult conversations with her about dinner or laundry or hair products.
I recently read a list of milestones important to literacy goals in a Scholastic “Read and Rise” family guide. It encouraged conversations, such as singing a song or lullaby, reading a story, or just responding to your baby’s coos.
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