What kid does not love to dye Easter eggs? My kids favorite thing to do at Easter time is dye eggs and coming up with fun new ways that are easy makes it even better. Here is one way that we have been dying our eggs for the last several years that is super easy and gives you a bright beautiful egg when its done. What’s Needed 8 Hardboiled Eggs 8 Packets of Kool-Aid (Assorted Flavors & Colors) 8 Plastic Cups Directions Add 2/3 cups of tap water to each cup. Pour 1 packet of Ko
Crying Babies cause stress for most people. For people not used to it, their response to this stress can be deadly. Here’s what you need to know, and to share with EVERYONE: Parents themselves most often cause the injury or death Don’t assume that a caregiver who loves you will feel the same way about your child A baby’s brain is fragile just like an egg inside a shell, and can be severely, even fatally, damaged inside
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When it's time to drop the bottle, some parents transition their toddler to a straw cup while others opt for a sippy cup. Both are great for messes (which, as any parent knows, toddlers are especially prone to). But which cup is better for development? POPSUGAR reached out to a pediatrician and a speech language pathologist to find out, and the experts agree: It's straw cups for the win. Here's why. What Are the Benefits of a Straw Cup? Brooklyn-based speech language patholog
Sleep is incredibly important for children. It plays a critical role in their health and well-being. Most parents are aware of the fact that their kids need more sleep than they do. Therefore they focus on building up healthy sleep habits by supplementing their diet with melatonin gummies for kids. Many parents don’t know how many hours of sleep their child needs and how important sleep is for their physical and mental health. Let’s first look into how important sleep is for
Supplies: glow sticks (with connectors) in all colors clear tape – optional To make the board: With the connectors provided, use your glow sticks to make a 3×3 grid. Make 4 long lines, crossing them for a 9 squares total. TIP: add clear tape to the cross-overs to keep the grid in place and movable. To make the game pieces: Choose 2 colors, and with the connectors, create circles with your glow sticks. Each color is a different player. Or if you have different shapes and sizes
To make it easier by giving you more time and to spread out the fun for the kids, beginning February 1st stick a heart each day on your child’s door with a reason you love them. At the end of 14 days, you have a heartfelt heart attack. Don’t worry if you start late, your child will appreciate these words of affirmation any day!