Partner Post: What Does Your Baby Need For A Thriving First Year?

There’s much to keep your eyes on when you’re going through a pregnancy. After all, it’s imperative that you’re doing every within your power to ensure that your little bundle of joy is kept safe and healthy! But as you’ll already know (or will come to know), this is just the beginning of the journey. When your girl or boy arrives, you’ll be moving at a million miles per hour trying to keep … [Read more...]

Partner Post: How to Raise Confident and Responsible Kids

We all want our kids to grow up independent, confident, and successful. However, it is hard to manage teenage tantrums and encourage small kids to do more than what is expected of them. If you would like your kids to be successful and take responsibility for their actions, it is up to you to teach them the skills to cope with challenges and stay motivated. Below you will find a few tips on how to … [Read more...]

Teaching Children Inclusion

Last week my son had a horrible time in school. He’s been extremely frustrated because other children don’t include him in basketball and soccer during recess. My son is highly functioning autistic, and for many years he didn’t care if other children wanted to play with him. Most of the time, he wandered around by himself in his own world. Now, he’s reached a point where he wants to be included, … [Read more...]