Any parent who has experienced “the picky eater stage” knows that it can be frustrating. Just yesterday the child declared he loved peaches and today, he decided that they are “yucky.” Or, said child decides that he’ll only eat white foods because green foods, no matter what cool superpowers they might have, they remain, in fact, green.
You will definitely feel the love when your kids make you one of these 8 fun Mother’s Day Crafts! You’ll have something special your kids made just for you.
Mother’s Day is such a special holiday! A day all for the moms. Breakfast in bed, relaxing, spending time with my family…it really is the perfect day.
Do you have any special Mother’s Day traditions? Every year my kids (with the help of my awesome husband!) make our favorite pancake recipe and top it with lots of lovely fresh fruit. And of course, they bring me my beloved cup of coffee. They know me so well. ;)
My kids love making crafts, and I love that they get to express their creativity. These 8 Mother’s Day craft would be perfect for kids of any age to make for their special moms. Dads, I hope you’re reading this right now to get some ideas!
Imagine yourself having coffee, or dinner, with a couple of girlfriends discussing the not-so-fun moments of parenting that make you feel like a sh*tty parent. In today’s humor-filled podcast Laura talks to two TODAY show producers about the need for more humor in the toughest job on the planet: being a parent.
Have you ever wanted to cut down in over-the-counter cough and cold medicines when your child is sick? How about using natural methods that work to help your kids’ symptoms naturally? So, after listening to this podcast you will know what to do when over the counter medicines aren’t working.
In today’s podcast, you’ll learn about the different types of coughs, from chronic to common colds and what you can do to help your kids heal naturally. We discuss treatments, how to lessen the symptoms, and everything else in between.
Our guest, Robin Green, also introduces pediatric acupuncture as one of the options to treat chronic cough. She debunks the common myths and eliminates the common fear of treating kids with “needles.”
Robin Green is a licensed acupuncturist, herbalist, and leading expert in the field of pediatric acupuncture. Robin helps parents whose children suffer from chronic illness learn to use the ancient wisdom of Chinese medicine to help their children heal safely and naturally from asthma, allergies, and eczema.
Her popular kids health blog, KidsLoveAcupuncture.com, reaches over 1 million readers annually. She is an up-and-coming HayHouse author and her first book, Heal Your Child from the Inside Out, will be out in 2016.
Robin also founded the Center for Advanced Acupuncture Pediatrics which provides premier pediatric acupuncture training worldwide.
Her most important job, however, is being a wife and mom to her 2 boys.
Great Resources to check out:
7 Ways to Calm a Cough Your Pediatrician Won’t Tell You About