It’s not clear who is more nervous on the first day of kindergarten: the student, or the parents. Working on some skills at home or with a professional like Bright Kids can give your kindergartner a leg up on their peers. So read on to find out how to prep your
For roughly half of the country this is an introduction that probably seems unimaginable. This morning’s headlines paint an incredibly dire picture for our communities and our country. If you are a parent, I urge you to take pause and step in as a voice of reason for your child.
In this heated election year talking to your kids about politics is pretty much non-negotiable. Even if your son or daughter is not asking direct questions, young minds are definitely tuned in to the presidential race. Kids are trying to make sense of everything they hear, and let’s face it—campaigns
Before you had kids, you probably never realized how much stuff a little baby can have. Next thing you know, you need to proceed with caution as not to trip on baby gear in every room in your house. There’s the diaper changing needs, toys, blankets and burp cloths, binkies
Whether you’re a mom-to-be, the seasoned mom of a pre-k-er, or anywhere in between, Brooklyn BabyFEST 2015 and SchoolFEST 2015 are guaranteed to be fun and informative outings. The events take place on Saturday, November 7th in north Brooklyn. Tickets are $10 for either event if you purchase them online.