This post is more for you than your kids. When my infant cries during car rides, I’m unhappy. Couple that with a cranky 20 month old and I’m miserable. I’m going to teach you how I keep my toddler happy on road trips, and how I keep myself sane.
This is exactly what I do.
1. Plan ahead. First, before I even step foot in the car, I’ve spent a couple o
I am a non-US citizen who would be moving to the US in a few months with an existing pregnancy because my husband is picking up some research positions there, so I would not be the employed person. I would like to know whether health insurance providers would insure me and cover the pregnancy and delivery details whether as an
questions about how and choosing the third language
DH and I are Spanish and live in the US; so we pretty much expect our baby (coming in September!) will be bilingual. Our plan is to exclusively speak Spanish at home, and when the baby is older to spend time regularly in Spain with family in order to be truly bilingual, even if that means that we won't really be able to go on vacation to other
I’ve dealt with some pretty strange side effects during my pregnancies. I’ve written about them here on BabyCenter and my personal blog, Weather Anchor Mama, in hopes of exchanging stories with other moms.
For some strange reason it makes me feel better knowing that I’m not the only one experiencing odd symptoms. However, what I’ve been dealing wit
I have a 4 yr old daughter with speech delay currently in an inclusive pre - K public program and are looking to relocate to a different county with a breadth of service and opportunities for her. I recently learned about montessori and wonder if it will be a good fit for her - I currently have no experience with montessori beside what I have read...