Winter can dry everyone’s skin out, even the most youthful amongst us. Fortunately, there are some great products out there that will help bring much-needed relief to your baby. Check out Momformation’s article on Help for Baby’s Dry Winter Skin.
Winter can mean spending lots of time indoors, avoiding the cold and snowy weather. It’s tempting to put kids in front of the TV when they start to go stir-crazy, but there are other ways to solve the boredom. To prove this, iVillage has come up with 18 tips to keep your kids busy without TV – there’s something here for every age.
Tomorrow is Groundhog’s Day, which means we’ll all be waiting anxiously to see if that furry little critter sees his shadow. Try celebrating the day and changing of the seasons by teaching your kids about Groundhog’s Day.
It may be cold outside, but that doesn’t mean you have to stop exercising. If you’re hesitant to get outside with your baby, check out these winter fitness tips for moms and babies. They’ll help you burn calories and get some fresh air, even in January!
If you’re looking for a fun, girly craft to make on a cold winter afternoon, check out these fun and funky bracelets. They also make a great way to recycle your Christmas ribbon!
January is in full-swing, which usually means you’ll be experiencing a good bit of cold temperatures and nasty weather. This can cause almost any family to develop a bad case of cabin fever! If this sounds like your family, check out Parenting’s guide to indoor madness: easing cabin fever.
I know what you’re thinking: it’s too cold for a bathing suit right now, but this time of year, many people choose to take a vacation to somewhere warm to escape the cold weather. If you’re pregnant and are planning such a trip, here are some great maternity bathing suits you can buy right now. (Because, let’s face it, you won’t find any in the stores right now.)
Winter is here and cold weather is keeping us all bundled up, especially the little ones! One of the most important parts of winter dress is a great pair of boots. Looking for some good ones for kids? Check out this “Cute and Warm Kids Boots” round-up from iVillage.
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.
Looking for a last minute gift or just a fun project for the kids? Why not try making your own snow globe? It’s super easy, and who doesn’t love a snow globe!
Who doesn’t love a good cup of hot chocolate? The stuff you buy at the store is pretty yummy, but making it yourself can be even more tasty! It’s also fun and earth-friendly. Check out how to make your own hot chocolate.
If you’re expecting a baby soon, and you’re looking for some festive names, you might want to check this out: 30 baby names perfect for December babies from Babble. Sure, some of them are a little silly – Griswold anyone? – but they’re fun to read, and who knows, you might just find one you like.
Almost everyone experiences dry skin throughout the winter months, but when you’re pregnant, this can be even more of a problem. Dry skin feels tight and itches, and it doesn’t look so good either. Looking for some relief? Check out these great products and tips for keeping your skin moisturized during the winter.
Winter is just around the corner, which means temperatures will be dropping and parents will need to be more mindful of kids playing outside. One big danger that many kids face during the winter months is frostbite. As a parent, are y0u properly prepared to protect your child from the cold? Find out in this quiz about kids and frostbite.