This past weekend, I was lucky enough to take my family to California Adventure, thanks to the generosity of Disney. We don’t live close enough to Disneyland to go there very often, but we are also close enough to drive down for a weekend trip. We chose to go to California Adventure this time because we had not been there in a long time and I wanted to take my daughter to the all new Frozen show.
Amazon shoppers this is for you. If you now go to the toys section, there is no longer an option to filter via gender. The “boy” and “girl” filters are now gone in a move to remove that stereotype regarding toys.
A new study published in the Journal of Pediatrics found that leaving infants in car seats, swings, bouncers and strollers for naps may put their lives in unnecessary danger.
A few months ago my middle son lost a tooth. I was online looking for ideas of how to make it a fun experience for him when I stumbled upon the Mighty Twenty website. It was too late for me to order anything from the website, but I was so fascinated by Mighty Twenty. […]
On Tuesday, December 2nd Shot@Life supporters will be gathering in communities across the country to call on their friends and family to stand up for childhood and give a gift of $5 to Shot@Life.
It is really scary that a major stroller brand such as Graco has to recall 5 million strollers due to finger amputations or lacerations. The scarier part is that the incidents reports were babies, not adults. Hopefully parents will exercise caution if they have any of these recalled strollers and definitely contact Graco for the repair kit.
Many parents buy EVA foam mats for their children’s play area because they are soft, durable and baby-foam matsafe…or so we thought.
The Tooth Fairy is getting cheaper – American children are getting about $3.40 per lost tooth this year. That’s down 8 percent from last year but still up 31 percent from the $2.60 left in 2011.
Have you read the latest controversy in the world of parenting? Last week, a Texan mom of 4 decided to take her children out to dinner, without her husband. As luck would have it, in the middle of the meal, her 4 month old needed a poopy diaper change.
Its only July and I all ready have back to school on the brain. We start school in mid August so it is only beneficial for me to start planning so I am not scrambling the last few days before school starts. Part of my back to school process is making sure that all items that will be sent to school is properly labeled because I detest losing items.
MAM Oral Care Rabbit, Start Pacifiers and Anti-Colic Bottles Win 2014 National Parenting Publications Awards
MAM products including the MAM Oral Care Rabbit, MAM Start Pacifiers and MAM Anti-Colic bottles have been named 2014 National Parenting Publications Award (NAPPA) winners. The Oral Care Rabbit and Start Pacifiers are Gold winners in the Gadgets ‘n’ Gear category and MAM’s Anti-Colic Bottle has been named a Silver winner in the same category