A sippy cup is usually the first cup parents use to transition their child off the bottle. Don’t get me wrong, the thought of “no spills,” my child drinking early by herself, and the convenience of traveling with a cup is a dream come true. That’s why sippy cups were invented and marketed to parents, not kids.
The Fall is a wonderful time to celebrate the grandparents in your children’s lives. This year, Grandparents Day is celebrated on Sunday, September 8, 2019. For all the grandparents out there wondering what to do with your Grandchildren, here are some fun tips and activities to do in the Fall.
It isn’t easy being young in today’s climate, especially when anxiety is involved. School can be a large trigger for stress, so it’s important to ease your kids into their new routine and to give them the support they need for success. There are many ways you can help to make this transition a smooth one for your children.
Making friends can be difficult, but keeping them can be even more challenging. I, myself, am very fortunate that I have kept a close group of friends since elementary school. Despite having busy schedules, we have kept in touch and found other ways to connect with one another. Here are some of the ways that I have personally made new friends and kept them throughout the years:
With summer in full swing, it's time to starting thinking about.... going back to school. Crazy, right?!? While we are currently basking in playing outside, eating popsicles and staying up a little later than we should, buses, backpacks, and packing lunches is right around the corner.
Getting your kids involved in outdoor chores can be an excellent way to help teach responsibility, spend time as a family and get everyone involved and potentially learning new skills. Tasks that we might find mundane or tedious can be exciting to kids! When deciding what chores your child could help with consider the following:
Early Intervention is a program for children who are between the ages of birth and 3 years old. It is a state and federally mandated program that provides support for families, teaching them how to play with their child in ways that will help them learn different skills they need for things they do every day.