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10 Family Fun Activities To Do this Weekend To Beat The Coronavirus Blues

Whoo-hoo! The weekend has arrived! And for many of us, these few sacred days that are normally set-aside for date nights, family outings or weekend getaways have been snatched away from us like a thief in the night. With the Coronavirus crisis upon us, a government mandate to stay-in-doors and social distancing in place, more than likely you are finding yourself stuck inside with the kids and feeling like you are on the verge of coming down with cabin fever. But fear not, we have a few tricks up our [...]

By |2020-03-27T21:47:53+00:00March 27th, 2020|Parenting Tips|Comments Off on 10 Family Fun Activities To Do this Weekend To Beat The Coronavirus Blues

5 Lessons Kids Can Teach Adults During this Time of Crisis

I was preparing my two and a half year old son’s lunch the other day and he turned to me and said “ Mommy, I'm so happy”. It made my heart smile when I needed it the most. Many can relate when I say it’s been a tough month with all that’s going on around us regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and many uncertainties. But in the eyes of my son, all is going well. Kids and adults live in the world very differently. The way children function, view their surroundings, [...]

By |2020-03-26T21:24:33+00:00March 26th, 2020|Parenting Tips|Comments Off on 5 Lessons Kids Can Teach Adults During this Time of Crisis

When do Kids Start Talking?

Your baby saying its first word is one of the most magical things a parent can experience. If you’re new to parenting, it’s important to know when to expect your kid’s first words. It’s important to keep in mind, children develop at different rates. Here are some things you can expect as your kid gets ready to say its first words.  Baby Babbling Much like your baby has to learn to crawl before it can walk, your baby will first have to learn to babble before it can talk. Babbling [...]

By |2019-12-04T04:38:56+00:00December 15th, 2019|Parenting Tips|Comments Off on When do Kids Start Talking?
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