Due to the COVID-19 lockdowns, parents and their children turned to smartphones, computers and televisions for entertainment, socialization and education. Many parents considered these screens as a lifeline not just for their children but for themselves, too, particularly with work-from-home arrangements. Does that sound familiar? If it is, you’re likely also . . .
Nothing compares to the joy that parenthood brings; there's no arguing this fact! But on the flip side of these blissful parenting moments is a parent's day-to-day battle against frustration, worry, and disappointment! Every responsible parent wants their kid to have the best and feel their best all the time, but . . .
The statistics are sobering and serious! Approximately 2,000 children 14 years old and younger die every year due to home injuries. Many, if not most, of these home injuries are unintentional and preventable, primarily burns and fires, drowning, falls from a height, choking, suffocation, and poisoning. More children are seriously . . .
Most parents in the US believe they deserve a good parenting score, according to Pew Research. Roughly 57% of millennial moms say they're doing a very good job as parents. Strange as it may seem, good parenting, parenting styles, and general childcare are relatively new concepts. In recent years, the scientific . . .
Every year, you probably buy a gift for your child on two or more significant occasions. If you've already given them toys on their birthday, you'd like to gift them with something else for the holidays, right? When these recurrences happen, it's unavoidable to give redundant gift items--especially if your . . .