AD | Collaborative post As your children get older, their interests change. This includes how they spent time in their bedrooms and what they use the room for. Something a lot of children ask for at some point or another is a TV. This can be a huge step for a lot of families and there are definitely some pros and cons to consider.
AD | Collaborative post While there is nothing wrong with enjoying a winter wonderland, we need to remember that children are especially at risk of suffering the effects of colder weather. Let’s examine eight ways to keep them warm during the coming months.
AD | Collaborative post Being a mother is a rewarding experience, but it can also be incredibly difficult and expensive. This is especially true if you’re a mom of two or more children and are barely earning enough to meet your own needs. Fortunately, there are ways to cut costs and save money as a mom. Whether you’re raising an infant, a toddler, or a young adolescent, here are nine tips for moms raising kids in every stage of life. 1. Buy in bulk When you have the opportunity to buy non-perishable items in bulk,
AD | Collaborative post Integrating a foster child into your family comes with some challenges. A child or teen might be unable to communicate, not trust anyone, or even feel nervous around their new family. This is normal, and the best thing you can do is start creating a bond that helps them feel as though they are part of the family. Here are some tips to help you do so. Make Time Spending time with your foster child(ren) is critical to building a relationship with them. While it is a good idea to spend
AD | Collaborative post The summer holidays always go far too quickly and by the time we know it, we’re preparing for our children to start a new year at school. We don’t like to go the whole summer without doing anything educational though and this year we’ve been helping Erin to prepare for Year 2 with Books2Door.
Cars do break down, people do get lost or they do go off the road. It really happens. People die because they are unprepared for the worst case scenario that could have otherwise been prevented by just stowing a few extra essential items in your car.
AD | Collaborative post Quite often we are reminded to make changes in our lives to help the world we live in. We are told to make more sustainable choices such as cutting down on red meat, eating more plants, wasting less food and making changes where possible. But, if you’re a regular family like us, with a pretty picky child, how do you go about doing that?
AD | Collaborative post This year we had a huge change as a family and we bought our first car. John has been having lessons for around a year and is ready to take his test now. As a family with a young child, I want to make sure we are as safe as possible not only while on the road but making sure we know where the car is at all times.