The Most Common Assumptions That New Parents Make

Is there anything else in the world that can be as equally exciting and frightening as it is to become a parent for the first time ever? No one is

How to Negotiate Without Busting Out the Bribes

Do you ever feel like a broken record every day, asking your kids to do the same things without getting any results? And then you scream because no one is

How Many Children Should You Have?

Many couples discuss starting a family before they even get married to find out if they’re on the same page. They often talk about how many children would be best.

Learning to Manage Difficult Behavior

One day, you have a sweet and smiling baby. The next? A terrorizing toddler that you can’t control. You’ll usually discover this while you’re in the supermarket doing as you

How to Handle Your Crying Baby on an Airplane

Traveling is a stressful enough experience by itself. When you add children to that mix, it becomes ten times more stressful. Not only are you dealing with checking luggage, finding

Help Your Child Embrace Their Own Creativity

Children naturally have a penchant for innovation. Just watch how your child plays when she thinks you’re not watching and you might catch her using one of her toys in

How to Help Your Child Adjust to Daycare

Setting up a routine for kids is great when you’re at home. But if you get a new job and have to put your child in daycare, it can be

Major Parenting Mistakes You’re Guilty Of

We all have our own unique style when it comes to parenting. However, there are certain mistakes we make that can bring about serious consequences. Here are 5 of the

Stupid Things Parents Say to Their Kids

Try as we might, every parent breaks down sooner or later. It’s not easy to stay calm and always do the right thing. Sometimes, we explode from all the pressure

Teaching Your Child to Say Sorry by Saying it Yourself

Your older child hits your younger one and you immediately demand he says sorry. Yet, are you sorry when it counts? It might seem simple, but children need to hear

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