It was all fun and games as long as your feet didn't hang off the bed at night.
Establish a Sleep Routine for Your Kids and Yourself -- Get the Rest You Need (Part 3 in a 3-part series)
Sleep routines signal the body and mind that's it's time to wind down and release sleep-inducing melatonin into the body
Children depend on parents and caregivers to set consistent rules and structure an environment that is predictable. Children may not always like when parents say "no," but the truth is they feel secure when they know that parents mean what they say.
If your child is entering nursery school, for example, there are several things you can do to make him or her feel safe and
Monsters, spiders, mean babysitters –- there are plenty of things to be afraid of when we're younger. Some of these harmless
Summer is quickly drawing to a close and as you gather your back to school supplies, don't forget to equip your child with some good tips for making it a great, anxiety-free transition.