Kids are always learning, exploring, and creating, and that means they are using up a lot of energy! As parents, we know that giving kids healthy, nutritious meals gives them the fuel they need. But if you have a picky eater on your hands, what do you do? Our friends over at Yumble are dedicated to helping take mealtime stress off parents’ plates. Keep reading for their tips on how to get even the pickiest of eaters to enjoy healthy foods throughout the day!
As a parent, you know you should get your kids to love reading. With all the research about reading and child development, it can feel overwhelming. But, just because it is important, it does not mean it has to be difficult. Keep reading for easy ways to bring reading into your day-to-day lives.
Developing social skills is a big part of your toddler’s development, and playdates can be a fun way to help your child connect with other kids their age.
However, playdates don’t have to be just for the little ones; if you have a toddler, playdates can also help you connect with other parents. The parents who become your go-tos for playdates also become your go-tos when it comes to sharing stories, experience, support, and advice (not to mention that as your kids get old enough to do drop-off playdates, you’ll get extra free time on your hands)!
Music is an essential and important part of a child’s life. What’s great is that music also has a positive impact on your child’s development. Read about some of the learning benefits below. Then check out this amazing playlist Rockabye Baby put together for us, raise the volume a little higher than you usually would, and have some fun listening to your favorite tunes (lullaby edition) with your kids!