We get it, being a parent is NOT for the weak hearted! Not to worry; We here at TBC have compiled an ever-growing collection of tips, tricks, parenting hacks and more that are sure to make caring for your cub easy (well... easier) and fun! We will be updating and adding to this list regularly, so if you do not find what you are looking for, please stick around because that topic may be just a post away!
1) "10 Children's Books for Daddy-Kid Cuddle Time"
Ten great reads you can find on Amazon.com that are perfect for father's day and yearlong dad bonding time.
2) "25 Ways to Have Fun Outdoors"
Christina Vercelletto from Scholastic.com lists 25 exciting outdoor activities that are kid-tested and parent approved! As summer begins to unwind, now's the perfect time to get the kids outside and keep them engaged!
3) “The Real Cost...of Stress”
Raising kids? Working? Traffic jams? Long days and nights? Teri Cettina from workingmother.com discusses the adverse effects of stress on finances and emotions as well with ways to improve stress management.
4) “How to deal with a frustrated toddler”
Few things are worse than dealing with a frustrated toddler. You see your little one attempt a feat, struggle valiantly, but alas fail to accomplish their goal… and then tantrum. Cathie Kryczka provides some insight on how to handle the situation without completely taking over.
5) "Raising a literate child: get grandparents involved!"
This article, written by Scholastic's Julia Graeper, gives helpful tips on how you and your loved ones can incorporate reading in your child's routine, thus improving your his/her literacy at an early age.
6) "50 Must-Do Fall Family Activities"
Looking to spend fun quality time with your kids this Fall, but are unsure of what to do? Not to worry! This list is bound to have exciting and new activities for the whole family!
7) "Do You Know How to Be Street Smart?"
Safety is our #1 concern! Kidshealth.org has put together a list of safety tips for you and your family. Read these tips and practice them with your child regularly to ensure that they know what to do in case of an emergency.