Wed, 09 Feb 2011 16:25:50 +00002011-02-09T16:25:50Z
There are certain pieces of basic information that must be provided for caregivers, whether using a sitter for the afternoon or enrolling your child at a weekday day care center. This goes double for a child with special needs....
Sat, 15 Jan 2011 10:00:09 +00002011-01-15T10:00:09Z
After returning to work from maternity leave, many new mothers will start to worry about their company's "mommy track", or the work-life balance your company gives working mothers. Balancing your home life with the rigors of a pressure-packed work environment is not for everyone and talking to other working moms in the company will provide a good idea of what the future will hold....
Mon, 03 Jan 2011 10:10:42 +00002011-01-03T10:10:42Z
The holiday hype may be over for most families, but luckily for everyone, there are still endless opportunities for having winter fun with the family. Here are some activities and ideas you can do while it's cold outdoors. For starters, how about setting family fun goals for 2010?
Fri, 24 Dec 2010 10:00:17 +00002010-12-24T10:00:17Z
Making resolutions for the New Year can be a fun family activity. Instead of spending big bucks on entertainment this New Year's Eve, why not settle into a cozy night with family and celebrate all the hopes and plans for 2010 together? There's much to be thankful for and you might have so much fun together you'll want to plan special outings for family fun throughout the year as well. Happy New Year everyone!
Fri, 17 Dec 2010 16:05:55 +00002010-12-17T16:05:55Z
Your kids are probably already counting the days to the holidays, not just for the seasonal celebrations, but also from a well-deserved break from school. Often, parents can't afford to take as much time off from work as kids get from the school year. So, how do you make sure you keep your kids safe and happy over winter break...
Fri, 03 Dec 2010 10:00:34 +00002010-12-03T10:00:34Z
Are you planning to host houseguests over the holidays? Any young children in tow as well? If so, make sure that you take extra care in providing a safe and inviting home away from home for them to encourage them to feel comfortable in their temporary surroundings. Here are ways you can make houseguests of all ages feel welcome!
Fri, 26 Nov 2010 10:00:16 +00002010-11-26T10:00:16Z
Most child care providers try and provide an inexpensive gift to children under their watch during the holiday season. For some, it is a simple treat or homemade craft. Others spend a little more and may purchase a book or other item that can be shared with parents at home. Regardless of the dollar amount spent, a simple and heartfelt gesture means a lot to parents and the children themselves. Consider these ways caregivers can express that lovin' feeling to their special kids this year.
Mon, 15 Nov 2010 16:14:01 +00002010-11-15T16:14:01Z
My child's school is having every child write thank you notes for a variety of reasons, and I couldn't be happier. Too often, parents say kids aren't old enough to write a thank you note. However, scribbles, stickers and just about anything that a young child can do can serve as an initial sign of thanks, so hard can it be, really? Truth is, we as parents get lazy about having our kids write notes. That's a shame! If you even are thinking about your child saying thanks for something, then a thank you note is in order!
Thu, 15 Jul 2010 00:00:58 +00002010-07-15T00:00:58Z
Is your preschooler ready to go to summer camp? Many preschool summer camps operate out of nursery schools and daycare centers, but there are some things parent need to take into account before they send their preschoolers to camp....
Tue, 15 Jun 2010 00:00:53 +00002010-06-15T00:00:53Z
Not sending your kids to summer camp this year or going on a vacation and need some things to do with your kids during the long summer months? Taken from our guide Terri Mauro's great Camp Mom tips, here are some great ideas to make the summer days with your kids, entertaining, enlightening and a whole lot of fun....