Archive | October, 2009

4 Tips For Taming Toddler Sleep Problems

Posted on 28 October 2009 by

Toddler sleep problems are no fun for parents or kids.  If your little one is having trouble sleeping through the night, so are you.  Lack of sleep leads to short tempered parents, cranky children and a rough start to the day.  So here are some tips to help you through the most common toddler sleep […]

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Winner of “Laugh and Learn DVD Giveaway”

Posted on 27 October 2009 by

Brandi says: October 21, 2009 at 10:49 pm (Edit) I’m 25 weeks pregnant and my most common craving has been SOUR CREAM!! I dip chips in it, put it on breakfast burritos, and use it on everything. I didn’t even like it before I became pregnant! :-) Congratulations, Brandi! Please contact us with your mailing […]

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Your Little One Won’t Go? Try These 5 Natural Toddler Constipation Remedies

Posted on 26 October 2009 by

It’s normal for parents to worry if a couple of days have passed since their toddler’s bowels have moved.  But there’s no need to panic and fear the worst. Experienced parents have learned a few tricks to solve the problem using natural toddler constipation remedies. 1.  Feed dried fruits. Dried fruits like prunes or apricots […]

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Laugh and Learn DVD Giveaway

Posted on 10 October 2009 by

** This giveaway has already ended.  If you would like to be notified of future giveaways and contest events, please subscribe to our blog. ** About the product: Sheri Bayles is the CEO and spokeswoman for the best-selling DVD series LAUGH AND LEARN ABOUT CHILDBIRTH, ABOUT NEWBORN BABY CARE and ABOUT BREASTFEEDING. LAUGH AND LEARN […]

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Natural Halloween Makeup

Posted on 10 October 2009 by

Using makeup can be a fun, creative and easy way to dress up for Halloween.  You can add it to enhance a costume, or wear it alone to create a character.  Go crazy and create monsters, vampires, fantasy figures or sports team fans.  And it only takes a few extra steps to make sure that […]

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Low Cost Green Halloween Costume Ideas

Posted on 09 October 2009 by

When you’re searching for green costume ideas for Halloween, there are a couple of different approaches you can take.  You can choose a green, or earth friendly theme.  Or you can choose organic or eco-friendly materials to make your costume from.  Here are a few ideas from each category. Some of the most obvious green […]

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Green Halloween Treats

Posted on 08 October 2009 by

You might be committed to your green lifestyle, including eating lots of fresh veggies and fruit.  But if the neighborhood kids are expecting handfuls of candy when they show up at your door, you may end up being pranked if you try to fill their treat bags with apples instead.   So how can you maintain […]

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Green Halloween Party Ideas – Recycling Theme

Posted on 07 October 2009 by

If you have decided on hosting a party for Halloween, why not plan it around a green theme? And what could be greener than “recycling”?  Here are some easy, cheap and fun ideas you can use for your Halloween entertainment. First, instead of trying to do all of the work of decorating and preparing food […]

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Cheap, Fun And Earth Friendly Halloween Pumpkin Activities

Posted on 06 October 2009 by

Pumpkins for Halloween are a long-held tradition, and are also a naturally eco-friendly decoration.  They are easy to find during the fall harvest season, cheap to buy, and come in lots of sizes and shapes.  Here are a few ways to use them to make your Halloween festivities really earth friendly this year. Start by […]

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Playing Your Kids Way

Posted on 05 October 2009 by

By Erik A. Fisher, Ph.D. aka, Dr. E I love to watch kids play, and I love to play with kids. I feel lucky enough to be able to do both every day. As a psychologist and a father, I love what I do and feel blessed to see kids show me who they […]

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Winner of The “Who Is Harder To Raise: Boys or Girls” Giveaway

Posted on 05 October 2009 by

sheri says: October 3, 2009 at 8:36 pm Girls for sure…sooooo many emotions and moods! My boy is very much by the book, while my girl wants to break every rule in the book! Please contact us with your mailing address so we can send the gift to you! Thank you all for participating.

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How To Stop Bed Wetting: 5 Tips For Parents

If you’re a parent wondering how to stop bed wetting, you’re not alone. It’s a challenge that all parents face at some time, even after their children are potty trained during the day. Here are a few of the most useful tips to try so that you and your child can sleep through the night. 1.  Limit […]

Bed Wetting Solutions

One of the things that we may have to deal with in our children is bedwetting, a problem that may be much more common than you think. What causes bedwetting, how can you deal with it and what kind of effect will it have on your child? […]

How To Deal With Bed-Wetting In Children

Toilet training is a developmental milestone for a child. When it is achieved, parents may already expect that a child can fully stay dry through the night. Parents may then be surprised, when a child suddenly wets the bed. Although some parents may be concerned, it is usually just a phase that children go through. […]

How To Stop Bed-Wetting In Older Children

When a toilet trained child suddenly wets the bed, it is just common for parents to worry. But before you panic, it’s important to remember that young and even older kids may wet the bed at some point. Generally, kids attain night time bladder control at different stages. But if your child is 5 years […]

Getting Your Toddler to Sleep in Their Own Bed after Co-Sleeping

Many new mothers are choosing to bring their babies to bed with them after they’re born. While there are both advocates for and opponents of co-sleeping, each family will want to make that decision for themselves. The trick is getting your toddler to sleep in their own bed after co-sleeping. The following ideas may make […]

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