Category Archives: Parenting
If it seems like your teenager and his or her friends are more interested in money, but less motivated to work than you were at their age, that might be because it’s true.
Ah, young love.
Tweens are practically bursting with feelings of possibility and new-found joy when they discover that “special someone.” Then again, when you’re fresh out of puberty, love is awkward and can be heartbreaking.
Baby sign language can be a great way to speed up the communication process between you and your child.
Due to the fact that toddler’s or infants can’t always express themselves in a way that adults may understand, the teaching of baby sign language can help reduce their frustrations.
Most of the time, the acting out is because they are just frustrated with the parents not understanding their needs.
I personally never tried it, and am now past this point with my toddler, but it would never hurt to learn and to teach her sign language.
Nothing learned is a waste of time, so if you have an infant or toddler and want to see what baby sign language is all about then read on.
So the first day of school for my toddler, and (Little Angel) Liliana has arrived. Tomorrow will be her first day of pre-kindergarten.
Both my wife and I are so excited, but that can’t be compared to how excited my daughter is.
She loves telling me, “Daddy I’m going to leave you”. She has no problem saying that, and can’t wait to go.
During the early stages of childhood development you may find yourself asking the following questions.
Why isn’t my child crawling yet? Why hasn’t the baby said Dada or Mama yet?
There are so many potty training tips available, but the biggest piece of advice I can give anyone has go to be to “stick with it”.
It’s not easy to keep potty training when as soon as you take the diaper off, your child has an accident on your carpet.