Have you had a baby howl hysterical on Grandma's lap or a child stomp off angry after opening a gift? Breath...and then take a tantrum busters from our bag of magical meltdown busters.
With Christmas tomorrow, the "After Christmas" sales begin. And you thought Black Friday rocked for bargains! While known for being prime exchange time, the week after Christmas picks up steam with great deals on practically everything. Here's how you can nab the best deals in store and online.
From snow angels and to sledding, snowboarding and hockey, you'll find something to interest every member of your family. Follow a few basic precautions will keep kids and parents enjoying those outdoor activities all winter long!
There was a time in my life where I would brag to my husband about my mad multitasking skills. I mean really, it IS a skill. Talking on the phone, making dinner AND unloading the dishwasher at once? Please. I am a pro.
The idea of family holiday togetherness may warm your heart. Reality might fill you with another emotion -- dread. These tips can help keep the "holly, jolly" in the holiday.
We know that with the economy, everyone's trying to stretch their holiday dollar a bit more so we've put together some last minute tips to help you out.
Are we doing enough to protect our kids? How can we handle situations like Sandy Hook, help our kids and ourselves through the anxiety and horror -- do better as a community and country?
These familiar scents associate with the holidays don't just trigger memories; they also aid with relaxation and heal during this sometimes stressful season. Learn how to use essential oils for holiday aromatherapy.
Checklists are a great way to make sure you've taken care of everything. Safety during the holidays is no exception. Help prevent injuries and accidents throughout this busy season!
You may carefully check the permissions requested by each app you download for your child, opting for a different one if it asked for information it doesn't need it requests. That might not ensure your child's privacy. The Federal Trade Commission's recently issued report found that neither the app stores nor the app developers provide the information parents need to make wise decisions.