Everyone needs some TLC and self - care sometimes. Establishing healthy habits for your children's mental wellbeing is just as important as their physical wellbeing. We've pulled together 10 ways to help your kiddos learn how to self care!
There are tons of reasons to get your children involved in meal prep, beyond just having a little bit of help with getting dinner ready. Although your mind may go straight to food messes and sharp knives when you think of your little ones in the kitchen, there are safe and fun ways to include them. Just follow these tips for cooking with your kids!
What a year, right? With lockdowns, at-home learning, social restrictions, economic concerns and more, we’re willing to bet this has been quite the year for you and your family. But with the end of every year and the beginning of a new one, there’s always a sense of hope and anticipation in the air.
It’s hard not to love the slightly sweet flavor and bright orange hue of a sweet potato. And luckily enough, sweet potatoes are actually very good for you and your kids! Easy to cook and packed with nutrients, the sweet potato is a superfood your family can get behind.
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.