Why Do We Take Selfies?
With the rise of technology and the ease to use the internet, social media has expanded dramatically over the last three decades. With that rise, there has been a greater interest in building followings, becoming influencers online, or just simply sharing yourself and your family with loved ones. Selfies are a pretty big byproduct of these changes. Continue reading “Why Do We Take Selfies? Are They Good, Or Bad?”
5 answers for the new preschooler parent
Do your homework before your preschooler starts theirs
By The Dollar Dad
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Quick Guide: Transitioning to an Open Cup
Is it time for your little one to give up the sippy and drink from an open cup? It can seem like a daunting task to make the transition but using these tips and tricks you will have your child sipping from a big cup in no time! Continue reading “Transitioning To An Open Cup”
Things to Consider when Choosing a Double Stroller
With the second baby on the way or if you are expecting twins, you could be asking yourself what type of double stroller will work best for you. Before buying a double stroller, you must consider many factors. Continue reading “Choosing a Double Stroller: Things to Consider”
The following is a guest post on some alternative, natural ways to reduce fever in children. This post contains affiliate links, but opinions are in no way swayed by product endorsement.
How To Naturally Treat Fever In Kids
Anyone who has ever had kids, can tell you the same thing: they’re very prone to high fevers. Don’t worry: it’s not just your kid. Fevers are actually incredibly common in younger children and, believe it or not – there’s a scientific explanation for this. First of all, young kids get sick fairly often. Their immune systems are not yet properly developed, and neither are their hygiene habits. As soon as you put a lot of them together (for instance at school or in a playgroup), germs start circulating. But, why does every cold have to be accompanied by elevated temperature? Again, blame it on the immune system. The inexperienced immune system tends to overreact. However, there is no particular reason to worry. A fever is not harmful to the child; in fact, fevers actually help the body fight off infections. So, what exactly should you do when your little one is running a fever?
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