Let me start by saying it is so important to have your baby/toddler on a schedule. If they are not on a schedule then it will seem like chaos in your home. I learned this the hard way. I am a first time mom and brand new at taking care of babies. I never even…

 

Two year olds have a hard time grasping manners and being polite to others. As a parent, you need to teach your child manners early on so that they can act appropriately in public and at home. Here are some tips on how to teach your two year old child manners: Say please to your…

 

If you’re like me, the concept of potty training your toddler seems somewhat foreign. You’ve read the articles, you’ve bought the potty, you’ve looked for signs that your toddler is ready. You may even have tried to start showing him the potty is there, how to pee-pee in it, only to have him soaking wet…

 

If you are a parent who is planning to send your child to a daycare program, you could do with a few guidelines to help you make a better choice; be it a preschool, family daycare or daycare centre. You must give importance to ascertaining if the preschool, family daycare or daycare centre you wish…

 

Have you always been amazed at the things that toddlers can do with their hair? Have you ever stared enviously at a two year old as their hair defied gravity? Just follow my simple steps below and you will be the talk of the Playgroup and maybe even the town! It is very important to…

 

Most parents realize early on that children need a structured, safe, and loving environment to grow to be confident, well-rounded adults. However, what constitutes such an environment varies vastly from parent to parent. Probably one of the most controversial issues of parenting is chores. When should parents begin assigning chores? What types of choresshould parents…

 

Eyeglasses are tough to wear at any age but especially tough for a very young child wearing prescription glasses for the first time. These children quickly discover that wearing eyeglasses really puts a damper on the day’s activities. Their new pair of glasses not only pinches around the ears and nose, it makes the world…

 

The new Gerber Scoopin’ food is a great new self-feeding utensil for babies and toddlers. Parents know it is not easy to find a spoon that is both easy for a toddler to handle, and has good scooping capabilities. Typical toddler and baby spoons can be as flat on the spoon end as the normal…