1. How to Help Your Child Feel Better When They Are Sick

    Now that fall is officially in full swing, you have many things to look forward to with your child — the first day of school, fall activities like apple picking, and Halloween! However, one aspect of the fall season that you may not be looking forward to is your child getting sick. As a parent, you hate seeing your kiddo feel lousy, and you want to do everything you can to help them feel better …Read More

  2. What to Look For in a Child Care Facility

    As a parent, you are always looking out for your child, whether it be for their safety, their nutrition, or even looking for new experiences for them to grow and learn. The same idea applies when you begin your search for a daycare center or preschool. You want to be sure that you choose the best possible place for your child, where they can receive as many enriching opportunities as possible in a…Read More

  3. Handling Your Children’s Medication

    When sending your child to preschool or early learning, you never know exactly what will go on during the day. There are always unknowns when your eyes are not on your kids at all times, including the potential for allergic reactions or other medical issues. If your child has medication they need to take, it is crucial that your child care center or preschool is communicated with and given the rig…Read More

  4. Multivitamins for Kids

    Do you have a picky eater on your hands? Maybe your kiddo is dealing with a dietary restriction such as lactose intolerance or a gluten sensitivity. If so, they are probably facing the dilemma of not getting enough of certain vitamins and minerals in their diet. From strong teeth and flexible joints to overall health, children benefit greatly from a diet that is high in nutrients they need for the…Read More