Childhood constipation is super common but as a parent, it can be frustrating not knowing how to help your child feel better. A big thanks to DocuSol® Kids, who have sponsored today’s post so we can share these tips with you.
This cold and flu season we’ve already been hit with more than our fair share of bugs. I’m crossing my fingers the remainder of winter is healthy, but if we do get caught with another bug, I have my medicine cabinet stocked, including some delicious and soothing Lolleez organic pops for kids. These sooth throats and tummies and with their flat shape and stick, they are safe for kids age 3+.
Did you know that bedtime can help your kids be less stressed? No one wants to be stressed out. Kids are just as prone to stress as adults, and some of that stress can have lasting effects. Getting enough sleep can have a profound effect on kids’ (and adults’) stress levels. As a mom of 6, I know how important a solid bedtime routine is. These bedtime hacks will help make bedtime stress-free for everyone and help your kids get the sleep that they need.
Finding a new dentist can be hard. We moved to a new area a few years ago and had to start from scratch finding new dentists and doctors. The process was a bit overwhelming, especially since we didn’t know anyone in the area to get recommendations from. I wish I’d known then about The Smile Generation, a referral service that helps you find trusted dentists in your community.
As a mom, it is my job to make sure my kids understand how to be good stewards. This extends beyond the four walls of our own home. Knowing that I’m going to be sending them out into the world, I want to be sure that they understand what it means to truly care for the resources we have. I’ve done a lot of thinking over the last several years about how to teach kids about mindful eating. The changes we’ve made as a family because of this have been so important.