With the holidays upon us, between shopping, events and parties, many may be feeling ovewhelmed. Here are some tips to cope with the hustle and bustle this season.
Prevention & Wellness
Tis’ the season for giving, but for too many children, what they receive during the holidays can be harmful. Parents need to be on guard for potential toy hazards, especially around this time of year. Here are a few steps and recommendations parents should consider when purchasing toys to keep their child safe.
The holiday season evokes a spirit of giving as individuals throughout the country rally together to serve warm meals, collect and donate articles of clothing and lend a helping hand through other community efforts for families in need.
The holiday shopping season is quickly approaching. This means hours of walking through the mall, standing in line and ultimately putting added stress on your feet. Here are some tips on how make the season a little more foot-friendly.
To help distract a child's attention while busy with household tasks, easy sources of entertainment such as the TV can be a tempting solution. With the holiday break quickly approaching, here are a few helpful suggestions for families looking to decrease their child's screen time and get them engaged in other activities.
Parents often ask me, “What age is old enough for their children to get glasses?” The answer is, “whenever your child needs them.” Typically one out of 20 preschool children has an eyesight issue.
If you’re about to become a new mom or expecting a new little one to add to your cozy clan, you’re probably busy making preparations such as getting all the necessary baby gear and getting your home ready for those first few months.