Monday, February 28, 2011

New From Kissy Kissy - Petal Power Collection

This beautiful new collection from Kissy Kissy will look great on your little one. Made with 100% soft Pima cotton, this print features a variety of colorful flowers that are perfect for Spring! features the largest selection of Kissy Kissy Basic and Premier lines available. Check out the Petal Power collection today.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Surviving the sleepover: How to keep your child’s slumber party from becoming a nightmare

Slumber parties have never been for the faint of heart, but a slumber party in the age of texting and tweeting is a veritable contact sport. Which isn’t to say they should be avoided altogether. But if you want to escape emotional bloodshed, you’ll approach them with equal parts caution and strategy.

We turned to some experts for advice on surviving a sleepover, whether you’re the host parent or the one sending your child into the ring.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

How to Keep Baby Healthy This Winter

The common cold might be an inconvenience for you, but for your baby, it’s a big deal. (Have you ever tried to breathe and suck down milk while your nose was all stuffed up?) Unfortunately, babies are more susceptible than adults to just about every common winter illness, from colds to stomach bugs – and a virus that causes minor symptoms in adults could land your baby in the hospital.

Fortunately, there’s a lot you can do to keep your baby healthy throughout the colder months.

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Now Available at - RabbitMoon Children's Clothes

Rabbitmoon’s folklore-inspired children's wear integrates comfort and ease with a perfect yet simple blend of innovation and style. Each rabbitmoon item is made from the finest soft cotton fabrics so that every piece meets the strictest demands for quality, comfort and durability.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Teaching Manners for Spoiled Children

You've just showered your children with holiday gifts, and now (surprise!) they're feeling entitled. It's time to reprogram your little gimme-gimmes.

Deal with these three less-than-angelic incarnations of your kid with advice from Dana Dorfman, Ph.D., a New York City-based child psychotherapist and mother of two.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Teen crisis: Should they friend parents on Facebook?

As the world's biggest social-networking site continues to grow, parents are joining — and invariably asking the kids to include them in their circle of online friends.

Many young people are horrified at the idea of parents seeing their posts — which may include racy photos or talk about who they're dating.

Parents may think it's a harmless way to keep up with what their children are up to. After all, child-safety advocates advise parents to keep tabs of their children's online activity. But teens are likely to view their parent's Facebook friending request as unnecessary prying into their personal lives.

Monday, February 07, 2011

Now Available at - Patagonia Kids

Patagonia is first and foremost a maker of environmentally conscious, high-performance outdoor apparel, and kids are no exception. They offer a full line-up of hats, jackets, shirts, socks, undies, pants, gloves and other goodies for toddlers, tykes, and pre-teens.

Check out the Patagonia Kids line today!

Thursday, February 03, 2011

Baby Milestones: Why Baby Won't Stop Crying

So long, quiet, dreamy newborn; hello, certified screamer? If your baby has begun shrieking endlessly, his face turning purple in frustration, console yourself with this fact: A series of Canadian studies have shown that sometime in the first five months, all newborns experience unsoothable crying jags, some of which can last two hours. Overall, they may cry as much as five hours a day.

Read on to get past this frustrating stage of endless shrieking.