Relax. Your child. will. not. start high school while still in diapers. Although parents sometimes lament that dry undies—day and night—might never come about, sooner or later youngsters are ready, willing and able to do their own toileting. Continue reading
By Lynn Rees Lambert
Now that’s a switch.
Imagine a mother feeding her six-month-old precious baby … peanuts, whole eggs, even shellfish! No, this isn’t something ripped from the “strange but true” column. It’s the real deal. Continue reading
By Kathy Lane
Technology in the hands of a toddler can be like handing the world’s nuclear codes over to North Korea. You don’t know what they’re going to do with it or if you’ll ever get it back. Continue reading
by Lynn Rees Lambert
Sending letters to Santa Claus has never been quite like this: Children can hand-deliver their wish list to the CEO—that’s Chief Elf Officer—who guarantees it will go straight to the North Pole. Continue reading
By Allison Davis
Whoever made up the phrase “sleep like a baby” obviously got lucky. The truth is that most babies don’t sleep through the night. In fact, many toddlers don’t either. Here are some ways to help you out. Continue reading
A restful sleep is important for everyone, but children, from the very young to teens, obviously need more of it, since they are mental, emotional and physical energizer bunnies. Just what counts as adequate sleep, though? Continue reading
Taking your little one out during the cold winter months can be a challenge thanks to snowsuits and hats and mitts — but the work doesn’t end there. Continue reading
If you happen to be sitting at a table near Nash Patrick, a certain chubby-cheeked, brown-eyed fellow perched in a highchair, prepare to duck. Food can fly while in the bowl. When there’s cutlery within reach, well, you’ve been warned. The young man about town may have a future in shot put or discus. Continue reading
Fun gift ideas for the wee ones; The Sleep ‘n Cuddle Wrap and Tail Wags helmet covers Continue reading
By Pam Dillon
Baby’s first Christmas? TIMBEEEEER! Just kidding. But folks? Keep an eye on that tree.