Make Reading Fun!
As parents, we all know even a one-year-old understands that your cell phone is something special. It’s crazy how they are drawn to it like a magnet. We obviously want to limit their screen time. But we need to understand
Why Read to Babies?
Pregnancy and childbirth can be a tough and challenging time for any couple. As soon as your little one comes into this world, you become more aware of his or her well-being and holistic development. Moms and dads are constantly
Preschool Classroom Tours
QUESTIONS TO ASK ABOUT COVID PRECAUTIONS I wanted to put my preschool teacher expertise to use to help you out. So, I came up with a list of questions to ask when touring and choosing a preschool: How many class
Fun with Grandparents
As Poppy and Grammy came home last night, exhausted from yet another wonderful memory of building time with our grandchildren, I got to thinking about when I was given this new role 3½ years ago. I remember holding my infant
Adjusting to Parenthood
As you look around the baby’s room, you realize you’ve been waiting and planning for this moment for months. You spent hours researching nursery room ideas and finally decided on just the right theme. Like your precious newborn bundle of
Fairy Tale Characters…Who Are Your Favorites?
Even though we haven’t met, I can guess who you will pick!!! A fairy tale is a children’s story that includes magical imagery and make-believe lands. They are often written with children in mind, but parents also love them. And
Great 1st Birthday Gift Idea and Stress-Free Party!
A special little someone you know is about to turn 1. What an exciting time! You can see how busy they are working very hard to hit a lot of a baby’s first-year milestones. It is so fun watching them
Helping Kids Develop Their Imagination
The other day, my grandson decided to make me into a grand-mummy using a roll of masking tape he found. Through the laughter, I thought about how magical a simple, mundane household item is in the eyes of a 3-year-old.
Should I Send my Child to Pre-School? A Pandemic Worry
When my sons were toddlers, I worried about a lot of things. They only wanted to eat mac ‘n cheese. “This can’t possibly be good for them!”, I thought. Or perhaps we’re going to end up in the ER because