Children as young as three years old experience stress of varying degrees. Regardless of the cause of stress, it is a very real experience for kids and it quite often feels most overwhelming at bedtime. To help kids relax and hopefully guarantee a good night’s sleep try some of these tips.
Rainy days don’t have to spell disaster for moms and kids. In fact, rainy days allow a family to bond with a variety of enjoyable activities. From movies to Monopoly, plenty of rainy day activities exist to keep you entertained for hours.
The rate of childhood obesity has more than doubled in the past 30 years. Learn the simple steps that can help prevent it. The most recent National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, conducted by the Centers for Disease Control, found that nearly 20 percent of children were obese. Read that again. Not just overweight, but obese. This means that for children their age and height, they rank in the top 95th percentile or above. A staggering statistic when compared to results of previous generations.
In February, my husband and I had the chance to attend the New York City Toy Fair for 2019. We had a great time and saw a TON of new, exciting products that will be released over this next year. Some, you will have to wait to hear about but some are listed below that have just recently hit the market!!
If silence is golden, sleep is paradise. Most new parents will tell you about the importance of sleep, especially if they’re not getting enough. Teaching your child to sleep, however, can be more difficult than it sounds. Getting to sleep and staying asleep can sometimes be difficult for little ones – the ABC’s of getting good ZZZs doesn’t come naturally to all of us. Below are some tips to help you and your child get a good night’s rest.