Again. I saw it again. Another post on social media from a friend singing the praises of her child who couldn’t stop reading. How lucky am I? she wrote. My son finished Harry Potter and he’s only in second grade! You are lucky, I thought, damping down my jealousy. My son hates reading. He loathes
To encourage parents to keep their child rear-facing until age 2, Chicco has launched their new Fit2™ Infant and Toddler Car Seat which makes it easy with two unique rear-facing positions. The seat is designed to comfortably accommodate an infant and toddler, with even the longest legs, as they grow within the first 2 years.
Swing into summer and get outside! Thanks to a variety of parks and playgrounds around town, there’s plenty of space to stay active. The Findlay area is full of outdoor fun. Here’s your go-to guide, including a couple for handicap accessibility.
‘Highlights’ offers its 10th Kids Survey. As parents, it is essential that we look beyond what our children are “saying” to what they are “feeling”. Children are tangible. They connect feelings with people, places, things: the concrete. Stages of cognitive development in children don’t always allow for them be able to express abstractly or conceptually how something affects them. But they are certainly developing awarenesses along the way, and we can help.
Kids love videos— the sillier the better. And it’s a rare parent who hasn’t used them to secure a little quiet time. Today YouTube is, by far, the largest source of videos of all kinds.
Sooner or later, most parents lose a kid— usually for only a few minutes. Even if it’s brief, the experience is heart-stopping. And it’s given rise to a whole new industry— GPS tracking for kids. Some parents turn to GPS because the world seems scarier than it was when they were kids. Others want an