Rediscover the joys of life beyond the screen during Screen-Free Week May 1-7. Plan to unplug from digital media and spend time playing, daydreaming, creating, exploring, reading and connecting with family and friends. “Screen time” is defined as time spent using any digital media device for entertainment purposes. Other uses of media, such as online
Waking in the middle of the night to change your child’s urine-soaked sheets is not unusual (it affects 20% of 5 year olds and 10% of 8 year olds), but it can be extremely stressful for both children and parents.
I recently had a conversation with someone I haven’t seen in roughly 10 years. We covered the basic topics you would expect after such a time. As we worked through the names and ages of my children he asked “Wow, three girls! Did you ever think you would have three daughters?” Of course my answer
Denise Fleming, children’s author/illustrator and Toledo mom, “never aspired to be a writer.” Instead, she wanted to “make books — to combine pictures and words to tell a story or share a concept.” Fleming has penned and illustrated more than 20 children’s books, including The Cow Who Clucked, The Everything Book, and Sleepy, Oh So
Easter crafts are a great way to welcome in the spring season. These bunny and chick pots are the perfect craft activity to do with your children. Not only are they a cute decoration, they also serve a greater purpose—to store all the delicious treats we collect during this season! Supplies: Small ceramic pots Yellow and
Most parents know that LOL means Laughing Out Loud. You may even know that 420 refers to marijuana. But you may not know that 53X means sex. That worries Brian Bason, CEO at Bark, a new monitoring app. Their website includes a list of popular texting slang terms. For $9.99 a month, they promise to