Is your child asking where he came from or how his little brother or sister got into mommy’s tummy? It may very well be time for you or your spouse to have the talk about the birds and the bees with your little one. Need some advice? Here are some tips for having ‘the talk’ about sex with your child.
Tomorrow is the start of a new year. What will 2012 bring for you? If you need some inspiration, check out these New Year’s resolutions for moms. They’ll help you get the new year off to a great start.
In 2011, many families chose to do their part to make the planet a little healthier. One way many people are teaching their kids to be earth-friendly is by buying green products, including toys. Looking for some of those for your own kids? Check out the top green kids’ products of 2011.
As New Year’s Eve approaches, many couples are making last minute plans to go out, which means babysitters are scarce. Need some last-minute help? Here are a few tips for getting a good sitter for your kids on New Year’s Eve.
Do you need some help calming your toddler or preschooler? Well, here’s a crafty, creative, and unique idea for doing just that. It’s called a “Calm Down Jar,” and it’s easy to make. And it might just be what you need to prevent your child’s next meltdown!
When should your child know their colors? When should they draw a picture? How young is too young to introduce crayons? Check out these creative baby “art milestones” for kids.
Home births seem to be all the rage these days, but are they really better than hospital births? Giggle Gab takes a big look at home versus hospital births and the pros and cons of each.
As the new year approaches, many moms will be making resolutions that include getting in shape and losing baby weight. Need some inspiration? Here are some workouts you can do with your baby, almost anywhere or anytime.
Everyone loves Legos – those colorful little bricks can keep kids busy for hours. But for the most part, Legos have appealed more to boys than girls over the years, so what did the company do? They made Legos that appeal to girls, of course. Unfortunately, some moms are all upset over this, because they feel the toys stereotype kids. What do you think?
The kids are probably out of school for another week or two, so you’ll probably be looking for fun things to do. What about making your own dinosaur tail? They are so much fun and way too cute!
Winter is officially here, which means in most places, you’re probably going to need a decent coat to get through until the spring. If you’re pregnant, this might seem like a daunting task, but never fear. Here is your guide to winter maternity coats.
Kwanza is officially here! If you’re looking for a few good ways to celebrate the holiday with your kids, you might want to check out these 7 Kwanza crafts. They’re fun and will keep little ones entertained for hours.
The end of the year is here and many people are remembering it in many different ways. Parenting, for example, has rounded up the best baby and toddler toys of 2011. Did you purchase any of these? What would you add to the list?
If you’re looking for a fun Christmas game check out Secret Snowman. It’s easy, doesn’t require much equipment, and it’s a fun way for family members of all ages to enjoy the holiday.
If you’re looking for a great way to wrap up a wonderful day, check out this list of 10 great Christmas movies to watch with the kids. You won’t be able to run out to the store to get them today, but check your cable’s “on demand” program, Netflix Instant Watch and even your local TV listings if you see one you’d like to watch.