Adjusting to preschool can be tough for both the child and the parent. Preschool is a big milestone – a time when your child starts to learn independence and self-sufficiency. The transition can be challenging, especially if your child is used to having you around. You may feel excited about the new things your child will learn and the beginnings of new friendships. At the same time, you may feel scared and anxious knowing that your child will venture into an unfamiliar environment without you. But how to prepare child for preschool?
Whether you want it dipped, seasoned, rolled or simply as is, there’s no doubt that soft pretzels are a delicious treat that everybody loves! This month, you have all the right reasons to enjoy this tasty snack with the whole family. Why? Because it’s National Soft Pretzel Month! [Read more…]
Now is the best time to encourage your child to channel their inner artist! Get the art materials and supplies ready because this March, we are celebrating National Crafts Month! National Crafts Month was created by the Craft and Hobby Association in 1994. [Read more…]
Scrapes. Bruises. Scuffs. They’re an inevitable part of growing up. And while they’re no doubt painful for kids as much as they are for parents, they quickly fade.
When parents leave their homes to go to work, sometimes their clingy toddler cries their eyes out. They hate seeing their parents go and just want their parents for themselves. Parents do everything they can to manage their toddlers and calm them down. At times, parents will think of different strategies to alleviate their situation. [Read more…]