Learning the Value of Possessions

Especially around the holidays, marketing efforts are typically focused on getting the attention of youngsters. From a very young age, children naturally desire to shove current belongings to the side in hopes of getting the latest and greatest… Read More

Dealing with Underage DUI That Brings Desired Results

The one thing that can possibly be worse than underage drinking or taking drugs is underage DUI or driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Alcohol drinking or taking prohibited drugs can be very damaging to young… Read More

How to Create the Ideal Bedroom for Children

Kids will spend a considerable amount of time in their bedrooms so it is important that their rooms are designed in such a way that will prove to be beneficial for them. Aside from motivating them to clean… Read More

Easy Ways to Keep Kids Safe in the Car

Safety first should be every family’s mantra when traveling. This is whether they have small or big kids to bring along during their trip. Many families travel on the road all year round and if you’re one of… Read More

Quick Tips For Kids’ Injuries

Let’s face it. One of the things we parents have to deal with is our kids getting sick or injured. It’s a part of growing up, especially if you have accident-prone kids like I do. My four-year-old Ollie… Read More

Being Mean To Little Kids: Mischief or Maliciousness?

The other day I was told that my daughter and her best friend Dan were at the park and were “being mean” to Frances, a three-year-old. They were all at the park together, Nat, Dan Maxine (Dan’s little… Read More

Before Dollhouses Became Toys

The creation of dollhouses is an outgrowth of people’s interest in dolls. Being a plaything that usually resembles a baby or child that is especially appealing to girls, a doll can be further enjoyed by its owner in… Read More

The Size Difference

Large doll houses have entirely changed the playing landscape of children. No longer limited by the confines of the truly miniaturized versions of houses, the larger versions ensure more playing opportunities with playmates. The bigger size not only… Read More

I Hate Homework!

Ever since my daughter started 1st grade, one thing that has been a constant battle is HOMEWORK. I can’t say that I blame her point of view. After a full day at school, then some club or sports… Read More

5 Easy Ways to Keep Your Little Ones Safe This Halloween

Halloween is my favorite holiday (after Christmas, of course!), so the next few weeks will be all about spooky ideas, tips and treats to make our little ones’ Halloween the best one yet. This week, I have a… Read More