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Tiny Tot Tuesday: 10 Little Puppies Book Review

  Stumped on a fun and educational gift for the tot in your life? Try this …                                                  

Top 5: Hair Products for Kids

                               Tired of the hair battles with your kiddies? These products with prevent crying eyes (yours and your baby’s). 

Toddler Tuesday: Dealing With a Picky Eater: Tips that Work!

Have a picky eater on your hands? Here’s what you should know…

Toddler Tuesday: Buying Your Toddler’s First Bed

Buying your toddler’s first bed? Here’s what every mom should know…

Sleep Strategies: 10 Steps to an Easier Bedtime

  Toddlers are hard to put to sleep, don’t we know. Here are some tips on how to get your toddler to bed so you can enjoy your night and catch up on some much needed relaxation time.

Toddler Tuesday: 5 Steps to Taming Temper Tantrums

  They don’t call it the terrible two’s for nothing. Dealing with precocious toddler who’s testing boundaries and expressing himself can frustrate any mom. Check out these 5 tips to help tame your toddler’s temper tantrums and keep your sanity.

Safety First

You’ve Got an Active Toddler in the House.   It’s time to ramp up and review your safety-proofing.          

Time Out Tips

6 Strategies for Greater Success You’ve heard about them. But do they really work? Well, it doesn’t hurt to try. Many parents have had tremendous success…if you use time-outs properly. Here’s how the experts say to make time-outs work.         

Taming Tantrums

Old School vs. New School Parenting Did Mama know best? I don’t ever remember falling out on a supermarket floor. Either I never did, or the “something to cry for” I got afterward permanently erased it from my memory. Either way it worked. Now as a twenty-first century parent, it’s all about time-outs and explaining […]

Your Two Year Old

Developmental Milestones. The terrible two’s aren’t so, so terrible after all. There’s plenty of talking, discovery of free will and pretend play. Here are some key milestones to look for according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.