Skipping naps can happen from time to time, as you can see there is no video today because my daughter and I have been going nonstop. Continue reading “Skipping Naps: When Toddler’s Go Non-Stop”
A fearless toddler can come in all sizes; one need not necessarily be on the 100th growth percentile to demonstrate confidence. Continue reading “My Petite Fearless Toddler: Confidence Comes In All Sizes”
Family time can be anything you make it and doesn’t necessarily require a huge expensive production. Bonding with your child cost nothing but your love, as it’s vital to their confidence and upbringing. So as Daddy, I try to take advantage of every opportunity I get to strengthen my relationship with my daughter and to help her learn and grow. Continue reading “Dear Moms & Dads: Family Time Is What You Make Of It”
Vacationing away from the toddler, at least for a day or two, is perfectly fine. Gosh, the idea of being away from my toddler for two days feels extreme, at least I think initially.
Dogs Require Your Time
Family dogs, especially puppies, can be cute but they are a lot of work. Abraham is half Japanese Chin and half Yorkie. He is about 18 pounds and will always be my first baby. When I first purchased him, I was lonely and deep down in my gut I felt a yearning to care for something…someone. Continue reading “Should 1st Time Parents Get Family Dogs?”
Are You A Helicopter Mom Or Dad?
If you are a helicopter mom, you need to understand that babies once mobile get overcome with curiosity and want to explore. If you are a first time mommy like me, you’ll likely be guilty of being a helicopter mom from time to time. Continue reading “Confessions of a Helicopter Mom: Let Kids Be Kids!”