It can be challenging to shop for the special man or woman in your life. Many of these gift ideas are thoughtful and practical with some fun things mixed in too!
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Fishing with youngsters can be a very rewarding and memorable mini-adventure. A well planned fishing trip is such a great way to slow down and spend quality time in the outdoors with the young people in your life. Children absolutely love to catch fish. Before you head out, there are a few things to consider to make your trip successful.
Fall is the time for cozy sweatshirts and pumpkin patch visits, but it can also be the time for allergies. Learn how to treat these five things that could be triggering your kids’ runny noses and itchy eyes.
When it comes to children and oral health, the stakes can be high, and not a lot of families are taking every action they can to keep their children’s teeth healthy. Data from the CDC says that out of children between the ages of 5 to 11, 20% of children have at least one decayed tooth that’s going untreated. It’s important to get started to avoid this potentially becoming a more costly and painful issue.
Parenting is difficult whether you have an infant or a teenager. The difference is that both require different types of attention and can create different types of issues. These tips for parenting teens can help you create a proactive parenting plan.
Many teenagers are excited to receive their driver’s license on their 16th birthday. While this is a great milestone, it also creates more panic for parents. After all, auto accidents are the highest cause of death for people 15-20 years old. Even if your teen is a great driver, there are plenty of other factors on the road that can cause accidents to happen. If you’re getting ready to allow your 16-year-old to travel the roads unsupervised, here are eight things to do before handing over the keys.
As anyone with kids knows, they can be a mess. Here are five things commonly stained by kids and how you can deal with them.
“Throw Away Packing” is the genius packing technique that leaves plenty of extra space for souvenirs. Your suitcase will have extra room when you throw away old items to make room for the new!
Some of the best things are inspired by childhood; twirling in a dress, eating strawberries and playing in the sunshine. Matilda Jane Clothing transforms these happy ideas into adorable clothing designs for girls and women, whimsical accessories, lunch gear and even bedroom decor. We had a chance to catch up with Matilda Jane Clothing CAD Artist Maggie Szott. Her sketches and watercolor designs are used to make fabrics for twirly dresses and ruffle tops for happy and adventurous little girls.
Few things make many little girls (or moms) more delighted than a tea party. It’s also fun for moms to take their daughters out for tea to enjoy some delicious treats and practice their etiquette. Next time you are in London, don’t miss the opportunity to experience The Arch London’s sumptuous afternoon tea.