Don't be surprised if your baby tries to grasp an object with her fist closed -- she will soon learn to open and close her hands around an object. She may have learned to use her thumb and forefinger together in a pinching manner.
Fun and Activities
Taking a road trip with a baby is definitely a challenge. Whether you're excited about it, stressed about it, or a combination of both, there are some basic suggestions that can help you make the trip successful and fun!
You may not be sure what kind of toys, or how many, you baby should have. It's likely that you hear conflicting advice that runs from one extreme to another! It's either: "Don't give your baby toys -- he'll be spoiled," to "Give your baby lots of toys -- they develop his brain." So...which is it?
Finally, your child can play with toilet paper without wreaking havoc on the plumbing!
Cruising is absolutely my favorite way to travel with my kids! Everything is right there and easily accessible. And the wait staff and cabin stewards cater to your every need!
Let's face it, flying can be a hassle sometimes -- especially if you aren't prepared for the trip! This is especially true when you are flying with an infant or toddler. Following are some tips that might be useful in making your flight a pleasant one!
Need tips for car travel with your toddler? Dr. Alan Greene's tips will have you going down the right path in no time.
Parents and schools can teach healthy habits such as wear hats, apply sun screen when outside, schedule outdoor events in early morning when possible, and take advantage of naturally shaded areas for lunch and playtime. Do it for your children -- you just might save their life someday.
Planning a birthday party for your little one and unsure where to begin? Check out our tips -- covering everything from the invitations to cake to party favors -- to make your day a success!
While most birth announcements or invitations are flat rectangular cards, those with non-traditional shapes such as square cards or long cards can be a creative way to convey a unique, one-of-a-kind theme associated with your child or event.