For Parents and other Family Caregivers of Children with Emotional or Behavioral Challenges.
The Schedules list the age or age range when each vaccine or series of shots is recommended. If your child (birth through 6 years old) or adolescent (age 7 through 18 years old) has missed any shots, consult the catch-up schedule AND check with the doctor about getting back on track. View schedule online.
How Do Male and Female Roles Differ in Your Family? A recent post from the Motherlode, a NYTimes blog we cited multiple times has sparked an interesting debate about how the U.S. Census Bureau considers mothers the ‘designated parent’. The NYTimes Learning Network, put it to kids ages 13 and above for comment. Even if… Read More »
Here is how it works….come on in, we will give you a bag (typical grocery type bag), fill it to the brim (must be able to tie at the top) with any of the great fall/winter merchandise for only $20 for the first bag and $15 for each additional bag. Many other items will be on… Read More »
While there’s no telling what your curious cutie might stick up there, there are safe ways to get these objects out without doing damage. Pebbles. Dried peas. Raisins. Wads of tissues. There seems to be no end to what can get stuck in the nose of your curious little critter. The first sign of trouble?… Read More »
Busy moms have to live with at least some clutter — papers that come home from school with the kids, bills and catalogs, toys in the playroom, and gadgets on kitchen counters. But you can learn to manage the mess in a way that works for you. Check out this quiz that will help… Read More »
My 6-month old won’t sleep through the night. Help! It’s a fact of life: Some babies are naturally good sleepers and don’t need a lot of intervention to sleep through the night; others need more soothing and support to make it happen. Read full article
This is a great tool to have to test wether your child is too sick for school. http://www.parents.com/kids/too-sick-for-school/?sssdmh=dm17.575639&esrc=nwpmmdailytip011612&email=2665362381
15 ways to make helping out fun and easy for kids (really!). Cleaning the house while your kids are still growing is like shoveling the walk before it stops snowing,” the comedienne Phyllis Diller once said. But though it can be challenging to keep things clean, neat, and orderly when you’ve got young children at… Read More »
Break out those party hats and bake up some cupcakes — it’s party time! As your child approaches his second birthday, think about all the milestones he’s met this year, from walking to toddling to running like the wind (plus subtler new skills like pointing and pretending). Pretty amazing, right? Just wait — in the… Read More »