Common Car Seat Confusion Among Parents

Common Car Seat Confusion Among Parents

ORIGINAL: YouTube Research shows that most parents don’t know the proper height that a child should be before riding without a car seat. Safe Kids Worldwide, a global organization dedicated to preventing injuries in children, says that children should be at least 4’9″ tall and weigh between 80-100 lbs. before they are allowed to ride(…)

Tips For Establishing Good Study Habits

Tips For Establishing Good Study Habits

via KWGN Daybreak’s Parent 2 Parent Now that the kids are back in school, how do we help them develop good study habits? Parenting expert Jackie Insinger shares science-backed tips to make learning more productive and less stressful for your child. They include finding your child’s strengths and help capitalize on that strength and letting your child(…)

5 Quick Breakfast Ideas

5 Quick Breakfast Ideas

By Vicki Little Sometimes I wonder what breakfast time was like back in the days when 9-5 schedules were the norm. I am guessing this time period is where those television breakfasts come from. You know, where the whole family is sitting down to a relaxed meal with eggs, bacon, and fresh-squeezed juice. These days,(…)

Essential Advice For New High School Parents

Essential Advice For New High School Parents

By Vicki Little Hopefully by now your teen has gotten their feet wet and are starting to settle into their new high school routine. And hopefully you are starting to get used to being the parent of a highschooler as well! When I started this article, I had a list like I usually do full(…)

5 Things New Moms Shouldn’t Worry About

5 Things New Moms Shouldn’t Worry About

By Vicki Little There is nothing like a sweet newborn baby. The coo’s and cuddles, the loving eyes and curious hands. The lack of sleep and non-stop worries. It is wonderful. There is so much advice coming at new moms that it is hard to remember what you were told to do versus not to(…)

8 Tips For Traveling With Your Children

8 Tips For Traveling With Your Children

By Vicki Little There are some well-known tricks for traveling with children, like planning your route carefully and scheduling for plenty of potty-breaks. But if you are new to the game (or if you are looking for some new tips), there are other things you can do to make the trip easier for you and(…)