Swimming is probably the most exciting and memorable activities in a child’s life. Most of us have fond childhood memories spending long summer days in the pool with our friends playing fun games like Marco Polo and beach ball. I remember going to swimming school when I was about five or six years old. My […]
Over the years, parenting experts and the media have debated over the controversial topic of helicopter parenting. Helicopter parenting is often referred to as overprotective parents who hover closely around their children. Critics often describe such parents as constantly intervening on the behalf of their kids and covering up for their mistakes. They may even […]
I am familiar with the challenges of packing a healthy lunch box for picky eaters. My kids will not buy lunch at school, and insist on taking their lunch and a snack every day. I’ve had to experiment with different foods for years, and I have finally learned what foods to pack in their lunch […]
Four years in remission and I’m still asked how I survived breast cancer and most importantly how did my daughters now 10 and 8 took the news. At the time when I heard I had breast cancer I didn’t think how or if I was going to survive. I knew I had no other option […]
Soccer season is upon us once again, and that means it’s time to get back to shuffling kids to and from practice. Driving multiple kids to multiple practices, and watching games every weekend is a curious routine to those who don’t have kids in soccer.
The fact is, most soccer moms have a not-so-average lifestyle even […]
Have you noticed how doctors push the flu shot or nasal spray at every doctor visit whether it’s for you or your kids? Why would you have to deliberately inject thousands of dead viruses into your body to develop immunity? And more importantly, why would you spray it into your nose millimeters away from your […]
Did you let your kids watch the Oscars last night?
I did! This was the first year my kids showed any interest in watching the Oscars. I don’t usually watch Hollywood shows when my kids are around. We happen to be at my parents’ house last night and they were watching the red carpet interviews of […]
This is a question I know most moms have to face almost everyday living in a country where childhood obesity, diabetes and cancer are the leading types of illnesses. If it was completely up to me, I would not allow my kids to eat anything with sugar including candy at all. Unfortunately it’s not totally […]
By the time their kids are in 5th Grade, every mom is pretty much an expert in special occasion gifts and school etiquette. This is some helpful information for those new moms whose kids are just starting or will be starting elementary school. There are certain rules and etiquette one must follow during special events […]
A gift for your young ones can reward a great performance, add something special to a wedding day outfit, or act as a good-natured bribe. Guidelines? Think indulgent, ultra-girly and cool and playful for the boys. Here are 12 ideas for the children of your wedding party that they’ll treasure forever.
TOYS R’ GREAAAAT!
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