Episode 95 | March 5th
Toddlers and Tantrums
Sudden meltdowns, kicking and screaming, head beating against the floor (or some other hard surface). If you’re the parent of the toddler, this is probably a regular occurrence in your home. So, are you supposed to just grin and bare it? We’ve got some tips to help when your tiny tot throws a tantrum.
Episode 94 | February 26th
Feeding Your Child: Picky Eaters
It never fails. You make a perfectly good meal for your family, and your child refuses to eat it. What’s the best way to handle picky eaters? How do you ensure your kids are getting all the nutrients they need when their diet mainly consists of mac and cheese?
Episode 93 | February 19th
Baby Skin Conditions: All About Rashes
Your baby’s new skin is very delicate. So, it’s natural to assume the worst when a rash breaks out. We’re continuing our ongoing series focused on baby skin conditions with a closer look at rashes. What exactly is a rash and how should it be treated?
Episode 92 | February 11th
Baby Steps to Chemical Free Cleaning
When you’ve got little ones crawling all over your floor and putting EVERYTHING in their mouths, you may be thinking more closely about the products you use and their ingredients. We’ve switched out our common cleaning products for some all-natural homemade recipes. Find out how well they worked!
Baby Sleep Solutions: 6-12 Months
Getting your baby to sleep is one of the most common struggles new parents experience. We’re continuing our series focused on baby sleep solutions that encourage healthy sleeping patterns with your little one, so you can get some much need R&R as well!
Home Schooling Your Toddler
There are many different options when it comes to children and their education. For parents interested in home school, the process can actually begin when their kids are still toddlers. This episode explores the path to schooling your children at home.
Playdate Etiquette for Parents
Playdates are a great way to get out of the house, meet other parents and help your child learn social skills be interacting with other kids his age. So, do you need to know when it comes to playdate etiquette? We’ll discuss some of the most common “unwritten rules”.
Taking Your Child to the Emergency Room
Emergency room and toddlers pretty much go hand in hand. Yes, the ER can be a scary place for a new parent. What should you expect if your child needs immediate care? What should you bring with you? And what are the biggest mistakes new parents make?
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I am not a big fan of going to the dentist, but I don’t want my children to feel the same. I want them to be comfortable and enjoy the dentist’s office as much as possible. With that said we were off to a rocky start with our first boy, William.
William’s first trip to the dentist when he was 12 months almost does not count. It just so happens that Gramma is a dental hygienists, so during a family visit we also squeezed in an appointment. I wish I could say that everything went smoothly, but we had one very uncooperative little toddler on our hands. His second visit (this time to a real dentist) was not much more successful. That second appointment when he was 2 and a half was basically a meet and greet with a quick looksie. Still there were quite a few tears when the dentist took that look. Continue reading…
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I’d look at him, cuddling me as we read or playing ball with his dad outside, and wonder, “How is this the same child?” I felt like I had given birth to a Dr. Jekyll. Or Mr. Hyde. Whatever his birth name was.
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