Category Archives for "Parenting"
Don’t you just love finding multiple uses for things? If so, then you’ll enjoy this guest post. You don’t have to get rid of the baby furniture when your youngest baby grows up. Just check out all the possibilities below. by Kaitlin Krull Choosing furniture for your new baby’s nursery is exactly like shopping for […]Continue reading
Below is a post from Marks & Spencer, one of my favorite stores. I’d like to add that, aside from zippers, you’ll want to beware of long ties and ribbons on baby’s clothes, because these pose a strangulation hazard. How to Make Your Baby Protected and yet Fashionably Cute When it comes to dressing your […]Continue reading
When disposable diapers were first invented, I bet parents thought they were the best thing ever. But as interest in protecting the environment and avoiding toxins increased, parents have revisited the cloth diapers. Now we have all kinds of options in both disposable and cloth diapers. The question for new mothers is – do cloth […]Continue reading
In a previous post, I recommended a couple of non-toxic face paints for your kids (and yourself, too, of course). Some of you responded that you’d rather make your own face paints. Well, that can certainly be done! Here’s a very simple recipe I saw on the the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics website, with two […]Continue reading
If you have a child in school, you may have heard that it’s good to be an “involved parent.” While this is conventional wisdom, sometimes parents don’t understand why this is important, and they might not know how to get involved. Here are some ideas on what it means to get involved, and why it […]Continue reading