Is That Expensive Stroller Worth It?

I went through this process myself and probably spent more time researching it than I needed to. Even now, all I can tell you is that: It depends. Strollers continue to be a divisive topic among both new and experienced parents. One might assume that, as with most baby supplies, the more expensive option is…

How to Spin the Fidget Spinner into Your Life

The fidget spinner has been all the rage over the last year or so. And for good reason. Helping autistic children—as well as other children who struggle with fidgeting and focus—continues to a major goal for parents and early childhood education. There’s a lot of conflicting information about how young is too young and what…

Protecting Your Kids Against the Flu

As new or expectant parents, one of the things that probably strikes fear in your heart is the idea of your newborn or infant coming down with a case of the flu. There are a couple different precautions you can—and should—take. Getting vaccinated should be step one. Babies under 6 months are too young to…

Why You Always Need to be Prepared . . .

I can tell you the exact moment that I realized what an enormous responsibility it is to be a new parent. We were still in the hospital after the birth of my daughter and my wife handed me our new baby to hold for the first time. She was so small, so fragile, so totally…

How to Make an Emergency Contact List

While you can’t protect your child from the inevitable bumps and bruises of life, what you can do is to make sure you’re prepared for those situations when they arise. Taking the simple precaution of throwing together a list of emergency contacts, and posting it in a prominent place in your home (ours is on…

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