We’re right in the middle of flu season, and chances are, at least one of your kids will end up with the sniffles at some point. While wearing masks in public and meticulously washing hands will certainly help fight off the flu, it’s best to be prepared and plan ahead in case one of your children does end up sick.
Looking for ways to keep your kids occupied while hunkering down indoors for the winter? Try baking together! The holiday season is the best excuse to whip up some Christmas cookies or other festive sweets.
With temperatures dropping and COVID cases rising, we could all be in for a bit of a rough winter. And although worrying about our kids is an inherent part of parenting, there are plenty of precautions your family can take to stay safe this winter, and give you some peace of mind.
Making sure your kids get the right amount of vitamins is important to their health. Vitamins and minerals are essential to boosting their immunity, promoting healthy growth, improving their mood and supporting brain development.
Giving your children an ipad will probably get you a few moments of peace in these hectic times, but too much screen time can be detrimental to your child’s development. Here’s why you should be limiting screen time for your kids, and tips for how to make it happen.
Poop - it’s probably not your favorite topic, but it is a good indicator of your child’s digestive health. But you have to know the signs in order to see them, so here’s what you can learn about your kid’s health from their poop.