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Chores

Age-Appropriate Chores for Young Children: 10 Things You Should Know

March 3, 2019, Author: Tamra Cater

Most people hate chores, but it’s something we have to live with unfortunately. If I could, I would most definitely hire a cleaning service, but I can’t afford it. Thus, again, this leaves me at a point where I still need to do chores. It’s a responsibility that most people will have throughout their lives, […]

Picky Eating

Got a Picky Eater? These Guidelines Will Quickly Change that!

February 27, 2019, Author: Tamra Cater

This post contains affiliate links, so if you click on the link and make a purchase, we may earn a small commission at no cost to you.  Toddlers are at a stage were they may start to become a picky eater, which can be normal as long as it doesn’t continue to be an issue […]

Parenting

Best Parts of Being a Parent: How My Daughter Gave Me Life

February 24, 2019, Author: Tamra Cater

I gave birth to a beautiful baby girl in March of 2016, and I have to say, it was love at first sight. However, I was unsure about how being a parent works. As they say, babies don’t come with manuals, but in some ways, I wish they did. I quickly figured out that parenting […]

Screen time

Unraveling the Effects of Screen Time in Young Children

February 18, 2019, Author: Tamra Cater

This post contains affiliate links, so if you click on the link and make a purchase, we may earn a small commission at no cost to you.  We now live in a world full of social media, smart TVs, laptops, and tablets where screen time is almost inevitable. Things have changed so much since I […]

Fine-motor skills

The Best Toys and Tool for Fine-Motor Skills Development

February 16, 2019, Author: Tamra Cater

This post contains affiliate links, so if you click on the link and make a purchase, we may earn a small commission at no cost to you.  Fine motor skills are “skills that employ the small muscles used in manipulation, such as those in the fingers” (Rathus, 2017). Fine motor skills allow a child to […]

Parenting Books

Best Parenting Books for Enhancing Development

February 12, 2019, Author: Tamra Cater

This post contains affiliate links, so if you click on the link and make a purchase, we may earn a small commission at no cost to you. There are lots of parenting books out there, so it can be hard to choose which one is best for your needs, as well as for enhancing development. […]

Infant Sleep

Guide to Safe Sleeping for Infants: How to Prevent SIDS

February 10, 2019, Author: Tamra Cater

This post may contain affiliate links and we may earn compensation when you click on the links and make a purchase.   According to the Mayo Clinic, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) “is the unexplained death, usually during sleep of a seemingly healthy baby less than one-year-old.” In order to reduce the number of SIDS […]

Tantrums

Simple Strategies for Taming Tantrums

February 7, 2019, Author: Tamra Cater

This post contains an affiliate link, so if you click on it and make a purchase, we may earn a small commission at no cost to you.  Toddlers are at a time in their life when they experience big emotions, but they do not yet know how to manage them. This comes with time, experience, […]

Shyness, Sports participation

The Positive Impact of Sports for Shy Children

February 4, 2019, Author: Tamra Cater

I was always shy as a child, and I still am as an adult. However, there was one thing that truly helped my shyness and self-esteem, and it was participating in sports. For example, I participated in gymnastics and swimming. This helped increase my overall self-esteem, my social anxiety, my perceptions of my appearance, and […]

Postpartum period

Things I Wish I Knew After Having a Baby: Coping with the Changes

February 2, 2019, Author: Tamra Cater

This post may contain affiliate links and we may earn compensation when you click on the links and make a purchase.  It was almost scary to leave the sanctuary of the hospital, as I was a first time mom and didn’t know what I was doing. I couldn’t keep a plant alive, so how does […]