Showing posts with label Parenting Tips. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Parenting Tips. Show all posts

Make Exploring Safe For Your Little Mover

How To Make Exploring Safe For Your Little Mover.

Kids grow up so fast one minute we were overjoyed and impatient to meet our baby and then the next minute he was holding on to tables and chairs to lift himself and before we knew it, we had to baby proof every room because our former eat, sleep and poop baby was now a curious Little Mover who enjoys chasing his balls and moving his trains and cars around.

Your home is most likely the place your baby will learn to crawl or take his or her first steps. Ensuring that it is safe and baby proof will not only give you peace of mind but will make for a fun and comfortable learning and development environment for your growing baby or toddler.

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Below we are sharing the safety checklist that we used to baby proof our home. As well as a few vital tips we learned along the way that parents-to-be as well as experienced moms and dads can benefit from...

Embracing Fatherhood and Celebrating Dads with Gerber.

Embracing Fatherhood and Celebrating Dads with Gerber.
Year after a year it feels like we make a big deal when it comes to celebrating Mother's Day while dads get left out in the cold. For years now the role that men play in helping to raise their children has been changing and daddy time is no longer reserved for just sports games and birthday parties.

When men are given the chance to take a more active role in their children's lives and are involved in the process of caring for, nurturing, teaching and even feeding their little ones from conception and onward, it naturally changes the type of bond and the strength of the connection that they share with their children in a very positive way.

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One of my fondest memories from my early childhood was of my dad braiding my hair and taking care of me when my mom was sick. That particular memory stuck with me because it's not very often that you hear about Dads who can braid their daughter's hair. I can't vouch for the quality of the braid but it was the mere act of his stepping up and taking on the role that my mom usually played wholeheartedly.

While I may not remember much from that time of my life, I remember that moment and it stands out in an amazing way. Now that I think back on it, I can also see how that moment influenced my decision about the character of and the type of man that I would choose to marry.
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