Happy Mother’s Day. Feliz Dia de las Madres. Furaha Ya Mama Sikun. No Matter what language you speak the meaning is universal: Happy Mother’s Day, Mom. We love you. You are the glue of our family and we are grateful.
It is that time of year to spring forward and although many look forward to longer hours of sunshine, for many families it is a frustrating time adjusting to less sleep. This time of year can throw schedules out of whack leaving children in tantrums and parents desperately looking for and an extra mug of coffee. Here are some helpful hints to help your family transition through daylight savings time with ease.
The internet and access to online entertainment have become very prevalent in day to day life, especially for children. Children can often spend more time online interacting with friends than they do in real life. This can be a blessing and a curse to parents trying to create a balance between letting there kids be kids and keeping them safe. Here are 5 things parents can do to keep their kids safe online.
Halloween is almost here, and as kids turn the corner going house-to-house for goodies, plenty of parents begin to panic. When children are old enough to trick-or-treat without adult supervision — but are still under their parents’ watchful eye (albeit remotely) — apps are one answer for keeping tabs on kids while they’re out having Halloween fun. These mobile apps take the scare out of Halloween, giving parents peace of mind while their kids collect another piece of candy.