Some families like to keep their Elf on the Shelf simple, just moving him or her around the house each day as a fun way to get the kids excited for Christmas. Others go all out, coming up with creative and often hilarious scenarios for their elf to get into. If you’re looking for some[Read more]
Tummy time is important for babies to work on building neck and shoulder control and eventually building gross motor skills like scooting and crawling. When your baby is enjoying tummy time they should always be awake and supervised. Many babies do not like tummy time as it can be boring to simply lay on a[Read more]
Gardening as a family is a great activity packed with learning opportunities for your children. When you get the entire family involved, you open doors to spending quality time together and getting to know each other without the distractions of everyday life. Good for your mental health When you spend time digging in the soil,[Read more]
Working from home requires a lot of self-motivation, dedication, and focus. This type of career choice isn’t for the weak. If you truly want to succeed in the work from home arena then you’re going to have to develop and expand upon your current skills to be able to work at maximum productivity levels, no[Read more]
The summer is coming to an end, which means kids will be starting back to school before you know it. The school season means the carefree days of staying up later than usual and sleeping in a few extra hours are also coming to end. Research has shown that children who don’t get the recommended[Read more]
Back to school can be a busy time for both parents and kids alike. With all the back to school hustle and bustle it is not uncommon for some things to be forgotten. One thing that is often overlooked is taking the time to help your kids set school year educational goals.
Summer is coming to an end and many have started planning for back to school. One of the best things you can do when it comes to preparing your kids for back to school is ask them some questions. Here are my top 10 Questions to ask your child before back to school to help you figure out where their heads are at.
Growing kids always seem to be full of energy, and as a parent, it can be hard to keep up with that and keep them busy and occupied. If you’ve got a hyperactive child, you can probably relate, and may often be having a tough time handling their energy levels.