Category Archives for "Natural Kids"
It dawned on me that it’s been a year (slightly more) since my son started using Dermasilk pants for his eczema. I think an update is in order (here’s my previous post and review of Dermasilk therapeutic garments). To refresh your memory, here’s a photo of his legs before he began using Dermasilk:Continue reading
Christmas is coming, and many people are tempted to buy plastic, battery-operated toys for their children or grandchildren. After all, plastic is durable, safe, and colorful, right? And battery-operated toys with all their lights, noises and movement capture children’s attention, don’t they? Not quite. Let’s take a look at some of the potential – and […]Continue reading
Teenage girls love to express themselves through the clothing and accessories they wear. And many of them also enjoy decorating their rooms. So if you want to get your teenage daughter interested in crafting, all it usually takes is a project that fits in with those activities. Creating hip clothing, accessories and room d?cor is […]Continue reading
Children are more likely to participate in recycling now and in the future if they understand its implications, and if it is part of their daily life. Learning how to reuse is a valuable life skill, and opens the door for a lifetime of reduced waste and innovation. It also helps to make it fun! […]Continue reading