Step-by-step: Your child’s daycare is closing. What to do next.

Parents' Corner | November 12, 2020

You’re a parent that worked through the COVID-19 crisis of 2020. (Sometimes with months or weeks of state mandated closures, needing to be flexible with work at home, or the struggle to find alternative childcare options.) Now, when the country is starting to reopen the rug is being pulled out again – Your daycare is closing its doors.   It was inevitable. We all learned the… Read More

Baby Drooling at 2 Months? Here’s What to Know!

Parents' Corner | July 6, 2020

Your precious baby is growing so fast—it seems as though s/he changes overnight! Throughout all these changes, you may be concerned about some of them, especially if you are a first-time parent. For example, is your baby drooling at two months? In this article, we will cover everything you need to know about your drooling… Read More

7 Nutrition Books for Kids to Teach Healthy Habits

Parents' Corner | June 29, 2020

Do you have a picky eater? Does your child prefer junk food over vegetables? Is it a struggle to get your kids to eat healthy foods? You are not alone! Many parents have a hard time getting their kids to enjoy healthy foods. However, we’re here to tell you it isn’t impossible! One tip to… Read More

7 Childcare Interview Questions to Ask Before Enrolling Kids

Parents' Corner | June 22, 2020

Childcare plays an integral role in the safekeeping and education of your child. A good program will educate your child, use positive reinforcement to teach, and give your child fun-filled days! So how do you find a preschool or daycare that is right for you? You have to ask the right childcare interview questions! Check… Read More

7 Fun Potty Training Books for Toddlers

Parents' Corner | June 15, 2020

Are you having a hard time potty training your child? Or maybe you want a silly book for toddlers? You’ve come to the right place! Check out these adorable and hilariously adorable poop books for toddlers! It’s Potty Time! 7 Poop Books for Toddlers 1. Very First Questions and Answers: What is Poop? Usborne’s What… Read More

When Do Babies Start Walking?

Parents' Corner | June 8, 2020

Being a parent can be a magical experience. However, it can also be a stressful one. As a parent, you always want to make sure your little one is healthy and happy. That means your baby needs to be hitting all those important milestones, like walking and talking. When do babies start walking and talking?… Read More

How to Prepare Your Child for Kindergarten

Parents' Corner | June 1, 2020

Soon, you will have to send your child off to school! That can be as exciting as it is nerve-racking. You want your child to be happy in school, but also ready for it. The best way to get ready for kindergarten, though, is to make sure your little one has all the necessary skills… Read More

Making the First Day Back to School a Success

Parents' Corner | May 28, 2020

General Tips to Prepare for the First Day Talk with your child and encourage excitement to return to their friends, favorite teachers, and their fun filled days at school. If possible, show them pictures of their friends and teachers (Facebook pages are a great place to look!) to remind them of the fun and faces they… Read More

Heart-warming Preschool Books About Family

Parents' Corner | May 27, 2020

Whether your child learns best through educational videos for kids or picture books, enjoying the scent and feel of books together has withstood the test of time. There is nothing sweeter than cuddling up with your precious son or daughter and reading them their favorite story. When reading, children activate their imaginations, learn morals such… Read More

Children’s Books About Respect That Teach a Lesson

Parents' Corner | May 26, 2020

Respect is an important lesson to teach children, especially when they are still young and impressionable. It’s important for children to respect their friends, teachers, parents, and even themselves! Otherwise, they could unintentionally hurt others, get into trouble, or even become shy and reserved.  Luckily, there are fun ways to teach children about respect through… Read More

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