Knowing What To Look For in Baby Playpen Fence Makes it Easy To Select The Right One

The first six months of motherhood is the perhaps the best time for mothers when the baby is more like a doll to her. Most of the time the child remains confined to the cot while the mother can freely move around the house to do the daily chores. There are no reasons to worry to leave the baby alone as its movements are too much limited that too while lying down. As the child grows, much to the mother's delight, he or she will start crawling and soon comes a time when the infant grows into a … [Read more...]

Parenting and Finding the Right Backpack Diaper Bag for Your Needs

Parenting is an enriching experience and regardless of the ages of your children, you continue to ensure that they feel loved and valued. It is important to provide a caring and nurturing environment that will enable your children to thrive and become independent and confident individuals. Affection One of the best things that parents can give their children is affection. Whether it is hug or caring touch, these are simple but essential ways to let children know that you care. Show love … [Read more...]

Things To Do In Cincinnati – May 19-21, 2017

It's Friday, finally! After a hectic week of shuttling kids back and forth from school, extracurricular activities, running errands, maintaining household chores, etc. I'm ready for a relaxing weekend spent with my family, that doesn't involve school activities, trips to the grocery store or otherwise rushing around like a chicken with its head cut off. Weekends revolve around family activities and spending time together that is otherwise tied up during the week with everyone's conflicting … [Read more...]

One Common Mistake When It Comes to Family Finances

Your family budget looks great. For one thing, you have an emergency fund that has enough money to tide your family over for three to six months in case of a job loss or similar situation. Moreover, your budget makes provisions for expenses incurred and how much cash flow there is. It also allots money for items such as vacations, college savings accounts, and retirement accounts. However, there’s one potential area of weakness, and it comes in the form of a word that many people dislike: … [Read more...]

The Worst Case Scenario: How to Handle Family Health Emergencies

As a parent, it’s inevitable your kids will have accidents and require medical attention. But, in serious emergencies, it’s vital you know exactly how to handle the situation as, in severe cases, your initial actions could mean the difference between life and death. Not only will you have to get to your destination quickly, you must also try your best to identify what’s wrong with your child so you can establish the right place to go. From the emergency room to walk-in clinics to emergency … [Read more...]

Skip Raiding The Pantry With Kroger’s Prep+Pared Meals!

As a full-time working mom, I know how hectic dinner time can be. I am guilty of on multiple occasions just getting something from the fast food drive thru because work was hectic and I was in no mood to cook dinner. The worst part of cooking, to me, is the prepping. Thinking of cutting delicious vegetables and measuring everything out, and more just makes me even more exhausted. Thanks to Kroger's new Prep+Pared meal kits, all of the prepping is done for you! Kroger's Prep+Pared meal kits … [Read more...]

Diet and Exercise Play a Vital Role in Addiction Recovery

For those who have suffered from addiction problems and are on their way to recovery, diet and exercise play an irreplaceable role in their restoration to good health. These lifestyle interventions perform a miracle, as they not only transform your habits but they transform your personality. Diet and exercise are essential in helping addicts overcome immovable mountains in their recovery process. Exercise and recovery Exercise alone offers lots of benefits to people in the recovery … [Read more...]

Studying Abroad: Sorting the Myths from the Realities for Panicky Parents

Many parents find themselves panicked at the thought of sending their child to study abroad. Will they be safe or homesick? Will this experience force us to take out a loan? Here are some answers to the biggest myths and misnomers about studying abroad—hey, maybe you’ll change your mind. Studying Abroad is Too Expensive Sure, some study abroad programs are expensive, but there are a number of ways to reduce the costs. If you’re worried about your college age child racking up debt or asking … [Read more...]