The Super Bowl is tomorrow and kids and babies across the country are gearing up for the big event! Huffington Post Parents asked parents to send in pictures of their kids rooting for their favorite teams and the result is a bunch of the cutest little Super Bowl fans you’ll ever see.
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.
Almost everyone who has ever been a child or a parent knows the horrors of visiting the mall Santa Claus. Kids cry, scream, and make horrible faces, and much of it is caught by the camera. Think you have some bad kids and Santa pictures? You might want to compare them to these kids who weren’t too thrilled to see old St. Nick!
We’ve all seen some pictures of children with Santa Claus that leave a lot to be desired, but how do you avoid those pictures with your own kids? Parenting offers a few tips for visiting Santa, including how to leave with a great picture.
Moms love taking pictures of their kids, and the inventions of smartphones like the iPhone has made that easier than ever. Moms can take pictures whenever and wherever they have their phone. However, if you’re looking to spruce up your photos, you might want to check out these best iPhone camera apps for moms. With so many available, it’ll help you choose just what you need.
The New York Times has released its annual “Best Illustrated Children’s Books” list, and it contains some books that are quite popular with kids and parents alike. You’ll definitely want to add some of these to your list of books to read next year.
It happens to the best of us. You wake up one morning and your computer doesn’t come on or the infamous blue screen of death suddenly appears. You take your computer to get it fixed and you’re told that it’s hopeless. Your hard drive is fried. And along with it went all of your family photos that you’ve been meaning to back up but just never got around to it. With this in mind, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution asks Are You Really Backing Up Your Digital Photos and you’d be surprised at the answers.
There’s no better proof that your little ones are growing up than seeing them off on their first day of school, whether they’re starting kindergarten or high school. If you’re like most parents, you try to capture those fleeting moments with a picture of the big day, but those pictures can get a little boring year after year. If you’re looking for some new, unique ideas, check out these tips for back-to-school photography.
If you’re a mom, you probably already keep a camera within reach at all times, and now that it’s summer, you probably take even more pictures than ever! Summer means more time on vacation and outside, which means more scenery, more time together, etc. However, sometimes, pictures of the kids can become a little mundane – the same thing day after day. Why not spice things up? Lil Sugar has a list of must-take summer photos. From a beach picture to a picture with your little one wearing your sunglasses, check out these must-take summer pictures.