Parenting

Watch Out—It’s Potty Time!

Potty training, like all things parenting-related, is a tremendous amount of work in the short term to foster independence for both you and your child in the long term! Fortunately, advances in technology have also led to advances in potty training. Enter the Potty Training Watch.  Yes, you heard t

Your Preschooler Wants to Do Chores

The idea of your preschooler helping out with chores around the house can either be an exciting prospect or terrifying.  Either way, encouraging your little one to help out around the house will not only have a positive impact now but also in the future.   Toddlers are known for their independ

Bottle to Cup

The transition from bottle to cup comes with many challenges. Not only does it feel like the end of an era as a parent, but it can be very difficult for the child as well. The average age of the bottle to cup transition is 12-18 months. However, the sweet spot may be a month […]

How to Teach Your Toddler to Share

We learn from a very young age that sharing is caring. When it comes to teaching toddlers to share, there can be a bit of a learning curve. From toys to snacks, children will inevitably want what another child is playing with. Without the rules of sharing, this can be explosive. Please keep reading

How to Deal with Backseat Parenting

One of the most challenging jobs in the world is being a parent, and sometimes outside and unnecessary opinions make doing that job a lot more complicated. While navigating the world of parenthood comes with its own unique set of challenges, backseat parenting from others can be a frustrating part o

10 Tips for Your Family Road Trip

A family in a car going on a road trip.
A road trip with the kids is a rite of passage, though not without challenges. It’s often the most practical way to travel with your family. The biggest reason being the cost to fly your family to your destination can be extremely expensive. Taking a road trip with kids can be budget-friendly and