Category: Parenting

21 Child Friendly Holiday Movies You Can Rent Right Now

21 Child Friendly Holiday Movies You Can Rent Right Now

It’s time for the holidays and that means older children will be home from school. If you are looking for family friendly movies to rent now, Redbox has you covered. The movie rental company has added movies that are appropriate for kids 10 and under, and for kids over age […]

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Why Your Husband Should Take Paternity Leave

Why Your Husband Should Take Paternity Leave

Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced last week that he would take two months off for paternity, it sparked a new round of discussion about the benefits of men taking paternity leave. The conversation around paternity leave is a positive thing for American men, who rarely take paternity leave […]

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How to Baby-Proof Your Home

How to Baby-Proof Your Home

If you have an infant, it may seem too soon to start baby-proofing your home, since your child is still learning how to lift his or her head. But child development happens quickly. One day your baby can’t lift her head and the next day she has already learned to […]

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What to Put on Your Baby Shower Registry

What to Put on Your Baby Shower Registry

It is a challenge to create a baby shower registry if you are a first time mom. People have their own ideas about what you may need, but you may not even know yourself what is truly essential for a new mom. Many women end up with very cute gifts […]

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How to safely introduce your toddler to a swimming pool

How to safely introduce your toddler to a swimming pool

It can be an anxious task with the mere thought on how to safely introduce your baby/toddler to a swimming pool. But it’s not as hard as you think if you know the right and safe way to let your toddler learn to swim. Warning: A baby should be over […]

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4 Games and Activities for 1-Year Olds to Develop Cognitive and Motor Skills

4 Games and Activities for 1-Year Olds to Develop Cognitive and Motor Skills

The first year of your baby’s life features incredible growth. Your baby starts completely helpless, and by his or her first birthday, has started to develop independence in thinking and movement. How can you help you child make progress on all of the things they should learn in that first […]

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