Late night feeds and diaper changes might be a thing of the past, but you’re not out of the woods just yet. From bedtime tantrums, to waking up at ungodly hours, and playing dead on school days, the sleep saga sometimes feels like it never ends. But a kids’ alarm clock can help—and no, this isn’t some sick joke. Many kids’ alarm clocks have sleep training features that help littles know when they’re aloud to … Read More
Meal times with a baby can be chaotic. And I’m not talking about actually feeding the baby. I’m talking about the parent just trying to put fork to their mouth. Because when you’ve got a baby demanding your attention (read: to be held), it makes eating impossible. Enter: The baby bouncer. Yup, those things are epic at entertaining a baby. These are also excellent for catching a minute to take a shower, or just put … Read More
Your family loves enjoying the outdoors, but the snow’s coming down and you’ve got a toddler. It looks like you’re stuck inside, right? Nope! You can and should get your toddler outside, even when it’s snowing. While your adventures may look different during the cold weather, you can still trek across some pretty amazing trails, even with your little one in tow. Yes, you can go snowshoeing with toddlers! Read on for an ultimate guide … Read More
If you’re planning on flying with a toddler, you might be freaking out. You’ve probably seen a multitude of horror stories about toddlers on airplanes. Maybe you’ve been stuck behind a screaming baby on a flight or a melting down preschooler, and the fear is creeping in. Flying with a toddler can be daunting. 1-3 year olds are even challenging when they’re in their element! Taking them out of their routines can be like putting … Read More
Whether you’re a new parent stocking up on new baby essentials, a grandparent searching for the perfect gift for your grandchild, or a toddler mama or daddy looking for something specific, there are plenty of Canadian baby clothes brands to choose from.
Having kids doesn’t mean you have to stop traveling. It just means that your adventures might look a little different than they did before. For instance, consider Charleston. Between the historical tours and ghost walks, there isn’t much available for your toddler to do, and the last thing you want on your vacation is to have to drag a melting down 2-year-old along when you’re sightseeing. But this doesn’t mean suffering through Disney World or … Read More