Disney+ is always adding to their library of movies, TV shows and shorts to watch. Here’s what your family can look forward to in February 2021. New content is coming to Disney+! The streaming service from Disney has announced which new TV shows and movies will be added to its lineup next year, and of
Want something more than just flowers to show your love some love? Get her one (or more!) of these unique Valentine’s Day gifts and she’ll love you forever. This year, it’s all about pampering the one you love. These self care gifts will not only show her that you care, but also give her an
Sisyphus An unfathomable incident introduces a genius engineer to dangerous secrets of the world—and to a woman from the future who’s come looking for him. Available in February Vincenzo A man caught in the middle of an Italian mafia war flees his adopted home for his South Korean birthplace where he finds more than one
Do you feel too overwhelmed by your life at home with young children? Here are 10 Hacks to Be Less Overwhelmed. I’m Avital, aka The Parenting Junkie, and I know how it feels to be overwhelmed! In this video, I give 10 ways to feel less overwhelmed even with little kids at home that is
Simple kitchen tasks can build kids’ confidence and food knowledge and make them more likely to try new things. Here’s how to get your little sous chef cooking. Cooking together is a great way to bond as a family. So if you’re looking to get your kids involved with dinner prep, here are a few
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What gets me through the hard days: Yesterday I hit a really low point. It was a rock bottom moment. I felt angry, vengeful, numb, and apathetic. I felt “done” being a mom. I started crying that I just don’t want to mother anymore. Parenting can feel like a never-ending treadmill and eventually, parenting burnout.
Kids often express big feelings through art, which can offer parents insight into their experience of the pandemic. Here are some tips for nurturing their creative expression. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected children’s worlds in many ways. Due to closures and restrictions, they have experienced the loss of social engagement and the support of friends,
Every month, Netflix Canada adds family-friendly shows and movies for your kids to stream. Here’s what’s coming up in February 2021. Netflix Canada has announced which new TV shows and movies it will be adding to its lineup next month and of course that means, more options for kids! There’s a bunch of titles to
Are you curious about being more intentional and mindful about which gifts to give, how much to give, and what alternatives there are to the craziness that can surround holidays and birthdays? Here’s a quick framework on how we approach gifts in our home. 1. We provide them their needs (1:07) 2. Our kids save
Laila Anderson inspired us all in her battle against a rare blood disease. Now her fight continues and her story is being told like never before in documentary film. The Blues are starting a new season – and so is Laila. Watch the extended trailer!
These easy toddler activity ideas will keep kids busy long enough for you to actually finish your morning coffee. (Without any screen time!) Do your kids wake up and go straight to TV time or tablets in the morning? There’s nothing wrong with liberal amounts of screen-time (especially when we’re all home indefinitely and everything is
Because if we don’t laugh, we’ll cry—in front of our kids’ teachers, and all their classmates. Consider this your daily dose of pandemic self-preservation. We all hoped to leave the hot mess that was 2020 behind us and hang up our teacher hats in 2021—because, let’s be honest, teachers are saints and we’re. not. worthy.
A middle school teacher with four kids at home shares her hectic daily routine—and how parents can help their children’s teachers in even the smallest ways. On a typical day, Nadia Goode wakes up at 6 a.m. to get herself and her kids ready for school. Goode works for a middle school in Brampton, Ontario,
Dr. Sarah Garwood, a Washington University pediatrician at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, discusses how to tell if your child has an eating disorder and what puts kids at risk for eating disorders. While doctors don’t know exactly what causes an eating disorder, different genetic and environmental factors contribute to an increased risk. Adolescence is the
Before COVID, Felien Torres Lyn’s sons would be out the door first thing in the morning. The family once relied on a daily schedule of specialized school and therapy for Brandon, 10, and Jakob, 13, who both have autism, and the boys thrived on the comfort of that routine. Now, it’s after 9 a.m. and
Problem Solving is a great skill for teens to learn. Jesse talks about how using SODAS Method helps teens make better decision.
Learning these terms now will help in your discussions about gender with your kids later. Here’s a breakdown of some key concepts. Whether you’ve been discussing gender with your children since they were in diapers, or you’re just starting now that they’re in school (it’s never too late!), understanding these terms will help your talks
What should you do if your child falls and breaks a tooth? In this video, you’ll get advice from Dr. Emily Hahn, a pediatric dentist with St. Louis Children’s Hospital, about how to handle a broken tooth. Find out what to do if it’s a toddler’s baby tooth or an older child’s permanent tooth. Also,
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