Archives for August2016

Health Check: 5 Household Tips for Heading into the Cold Season

Cover all your bases as school starts so that you kids are armed against colds and flus. It’s back to school time, and you know what that means: high season …

7 Ways to Support Optimal Homework Habits

We’ve got skin in the game and when our children don’t get a concept right away, and it’s easy for parents to get frantic, suddenly having visions that the kid …

7 Things That Can Help You Prevent Mommy Meltdown

This time of the year is especially tough on moms who are trying to do it all. Remember back to before you had kids, and you see a mom absolutely …

7 Facts You Didn’t Know About the Special Olympics

Sports bring out the champion in everyday people who contend with extraordinary circumstances. Right now, the best athletes in the world put forth unimaginable efforts in order to take home …

Tablet vs. Tablet: The Trend Away From Writing by Hand and What it Means for Child Development

Digital devices exceed handwriting in speed, agility, and sharing, but what is the trade-off? Think back to the immense effort it took to write your first complete sentence: the backwards …

21st Century Parent: Are you on Your Phone Too Much?

If we are being honest, we are on the phone a LOT. How is that affecting our parenting? Example 1. A chiropractor was talking about how over the last 10 …

Wi-Fi Warning: What the Science Says About Your Child’s Devise Use

The wireless signal is so ubiquitous, we are alarmed when we can’t get one, but is it healthy to be in this electromagnetic field constantly? Chances are, you are reading …

The New School House of Love: The Power of Positive Parenting

A new trend in positive discipline is changing the way moms and dads approach parenting. In the old days, adults used to say regularly that children should be “seen and …

7 Quick Tips for the First Day of School

It’s natural to get a little nervous on the first day back, but here’s a quick reference guide for how to make it easier. Whether it’s eighth grade or kinder, …

Fall Harvest with the Kids: Celebrating Autumn

This time of year is full of activity; share the festive treasures with your children. The leaves are bursting into flames with the dry cooling breezes of fall, the days …