On the premiere of "Kourtney & Kim Take New York" Sunday night, it was revealed that Kourtney co-sleeps with her toddler, Mason (who is just adorable), while her baby daddy sleeps in another room. This is not so unusual, nor, do we think, such a crazy thing.
Are you going to be spending time traveling to visit relatives during the holidays? These handy tips can help keep your toddler on his or her regular eating and sleeping schedule.
Thanksgiving offers an opportunity to create unique crafts. You won't need much more than crayons and a tiny hand to make sweet memories to treasure!
Kids will need to lend a helping hand for this framed handprint turkey project. Figuratively speaking...!
You and your child's hands are overflowing with a bounty of colorful fall leaves. What can you do with all this beauty? We suggest turning your treasures into a turkey tail or two.
We understand small children give a
whole new meaning to "too many cooks spoil the broth." Here's a simple project to keep those little hands busy!
A toddler's nose knows whether a much-loved blanket has suffered the indignity of being washed. It loses that familiar blankie smell and takes on that yucky scent of clean.
You don't have to be a smoker for your child to be exposed to the risks of third-hand smoke. Researchers have discovered that the residue from tobacco clings to furniture, clothes, walls, rugs and floors.
While creating critters and ropes, your child builds brain cells and connections. For some mind-molding fun, try these play dough activities.
Do you feel like you're getting bombarded by toilet-training advice? What happens when that information conflicts with itself? We've made sense of the recent research for you!