1. Crafts to Help Your Child’s Development Part 2

    In our previous blog post, Crafts to Help Your Child’s Development Part 1, we gave some examples of crafts that you can do with your child to encourage their development. In this blog, we are going to go through the steps of a few more crafts that you and your children will have a blast making.  Crafts encourage children to share supplies, help with parent-child bonding, improve their motor ski…Read More

  2. Crafts to Help Your Child’s Development Part 1

    Activities like crafts are a fantastic way to help your child’s development while having fun. Your child will be entertained and engaged while developing their motor skills and learning how to follow directions. Crafts can help with parent-child bonding and teach them how to work with others. There are so many benefits to doing crafts with your kids without even considering the most obvious fact…Read More

  3. 5 Tips for Adjusting Your Child’s Sleep Schedule As School Starts Again

    It is not uncommon that a family’s sleep schedules will change when the kids are out of school each summer. Since their kiddos don’t have to get up super early, parents tend to get a little more lenient regarding what their child’s proper bedtime is. While this is fine when your kid doesn’t have to head to the classroom each morning, these changes in sleeping schedules can have a lasting i…Read More

  4. The Not-So-Terrible Twos – Reasons this Age is Great – Pt. 2

    In our last post, we started to discuss the many benefits that come along with having a two-year-old in your home. Sure, we touched a bit on ‘the terrible twos’ and how many parents can find themselves frustrated at the drastic change that occurs in their child between infanthood and becoming a toddler, but we don’t think it’s all bad. We covered the willingness two-year-olds have to love …Read More

  5. The Not-So-Terrible Twos – Reasons this Age is Great – Pt. 1

    Whether you are a new parent or you have had children before, you have likely been part of plenty of conversations with other parents that revolve around the dread of what is known as ‘the terrible twos’. This period can be quite the shock to moms and dads alike as their cuddling and smiling infant quickly turns into a tantrum-throwing toddler. While this may be the part of this stage of devel…Read More