It’s fall; the leaves are changing, the temperature is dropping, and there’s no better time to carve out an evening with your family, a great movie, a pile of blankets, and some delicious snacks. While we’re all guilty of reaching for what’s easiest, check out these fun, filling … [Read more...] about Five Movie Night Snacks to Try This Fall
When a child is old enough to understand it, they should be taught first aid. Basic first aid skills will aid them in their life, treating their own problems and injuries, as well as those of others. A child should have an understanding of first aid basics. The following is a … [Read more...] about Teaching Kids Basic First Aid
“You did it – it is your fault!” Many claim credit for positive things that occur; cleaning the bathroom mirror, feeding the dog or finding the answer to the riddle on page nine but nobody lays claim to anything negative. “I didn’t leave the milk sitting out!” “Those paper … [Read more...] about Blame & Shame
Among the standard colds, flus and skin complaints that are par for the course when children are young, there are also a few relatively common illnesses that you may not even be aware of until they strike. These are five of the more common ailments that affect children, along … [Read more...] about 5 Common Childhood Illnesses and How to Spot Them
Most parents would never intentionally hurt their children, but unfortunately some do. Our self-esteem and what other people think of us are sometimes at the opposite ends of the scale. If I evaluate my worth, I take into account the volunteer work I do and how others value me … [Read more...] about Self-Esteem In Children: What Is Our Role?