Water is essential for active, growing children. After all, a child’s body is 65-75% water! Adequate hydration is necessary for regulating a number of bodily functions, such as proper digestion, movement of waste, blood circulation, joint health, and body temperature regulation.
Initially, it can be a bit overwhelming to care for more than one child together. However, with some planning and help, you can deal with it in a very effective way.
Many babies and young children suck their thumbs, it’s a reflex that begins even in the womb. Thankfully, most children eventually outgrow the habit - but for some, it lingers, and it can cause problems over time.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed family life for everyone. With all the changes happening in society, it’s understandable that both you and your children are experiencing heightened levels of anxiety and apprehension these days.
The experts agree that the best way to combat the spread of COVID-19 is through social distancing - but how exactly does that impact an infant’s social and emotional development?

Bringing a new baby into the home is a wonderful time for families - but if you already have a toddler at home, you might be a little nervous, too. Read on to find out what to expect when you’re expecting your second child, and how to make the transition from one to two kids a little easier!

Are your little ones getting antsy after being inside for too long? Follow the latest advice for keeping kids safe while taking them in public this summer. 

June is National Safety Month, and it’s a great time to assess the safety of your baby’s environment. While many household items can be fun for babies to play with, many of them also present major hazards. Read on to find out more about safe alternatives for your baby to play with!

Beaches? Pools? Camps? Playdates? In the time of coronavirus, it’s hard to navigate what’s safe and what isn’t. As summer quickly approaches, take a look at some of the current guidelines on family activities.
You’ve been stuck at home for months - but how does all of this affect your little one? Read on to find some good coping strategies.
Transitioning from one child to two can be a huge changeup for any family! Follow these tips for making the transition a little bit easier on everyone, especially older siblings.
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