It’s back-to-school time! Get your cocktails or if you’re a crier, tissues ready. I stayed home with my son, Donovan, for a solid 18 months before putting him in daycare. So I sat squarely on the cocktail side of things. But regardless of how emotional that first day of school or daycare is for you, …
Finding an affordable daycare is no easy task, and the work doesn’t stop when you find one. Read expert tips to make sure your kid’s first daycare is a fit.
You’ve Googled best daycare near me. You’ve asked friends. But if you still haven’t found baby’s perfect first school, pick up some mom tips here.
I’m not like those other women who shame working moms for putting their babies in daycare. I get it. We can’t all quit our jobs and become stay-at-home moms. But for those of us who are blessed enough and cursed enough (depending on the day) to serve in that role, you may still find yourself …
Who says reading can’t be fun? Well, technically I did in high school, but that’s because the only assigned reading failed to include characters I could relate to.
Reading was fun as a kid, and it is again as an adult. There were just a whole lot of in-between years I can’t account for. So think of this list as our ode to fun, and please keep the fun reads going through your kid’s teen years.
The images children see on TV, in magazines and movies can sometimes shape how they see themselves for better or worse.
“There are so many societal images that portray all things light and white as right,” Honeycomb mom Lauren Floyd said. “I consider it my job to teach my caramel colored child to see beauty in all shades, to see beauty in himself.”
Start your family’s home library with classic children’s books. From authors like Dr. Seuss to Ezra Jack Keats, we cover the gamut of reading classics.