Power struggles are common when parenting young kids - but those struggles don't have to destroy your family life. By making a few simple adjustments to the way you act and react during stressful situations, parents can help their kids develop a strong sense of self-esteem and give them an age-appropriate amount of control.
Back-to-school anxiety is common, especially in children starting school for the first time or attending a new school. Help your kids work through first-day jitters by giving them the support and encouragement they need to have a fantastic start to the new school year.
The first five years of your child's life are crucial for setting them up for a lifetime of success - but where do new parents go to seek expert advice, parenting tips, and information on child development during the early years?
Social media has become an integral part of our greater society, hasn't it? Although viewed by many concerned parents as problematic, it can be a positive parenting tool when managed correctly, especially from the beginning.
Gentle parenting motivates caregivers to stop themselves from being triggered by their children’s outbursts and breakdowns, instead focusing on collaboration, cooperation, and positive family relationships - all things that KeaBabies takes into consideration as they create new products to help families grow together.
If your child is attending daycare or preschool this fall, you’ll probably have to begin packing lunches. Creating healthy, filling school meals doesn’t have to be complicated with extra planning on your part and some help from KeaBabies products. Follow these tips and tricks for packing nutritious, delicious meals for your little one as the school year begins.
My partner and I are constantly evaluating our parenting. We’re very committed to learning from our “mistakes” and passing on as little of our baggage to our kiddo as possible. Our intention in doing a “yes day” was to observe the ins and outs of our son without “waiting to correct his behavior”.
I'm not ashamed or apologetic in saying I wish my family had more generational wealth, but I don't love the self-sacrificing energy it takes to make it happen. In some sense, it can breed discord between the sacrifice-r and those who benefit from the "blood, sweat, and tears" that went into creating these assets.