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Boy or girl? Get all the inspiration you need for an unforgettable gender reveal party.

For World Poetry Day, see these quotes from famous poets about motherhood, family and children.

Not sure how much exercise is safe during pregnancy? Exercise is important to the baby’s health, so you need to keep moving. Here are the latest guidelines.

By The Goddard School • November 19th, 2014
Are you stuck inside because of the freezing temperatures or the rain? Take a step back from the TV, tablet or video game, and shake up your normal routine. When the weather prevents your children from playing outside, provide them with challenging activities and active games
Have a Board Game Competition.
Hold a board game competition in your living or family room. Spend the day playing different games. You can even compete for prizes.
Create…

Despite that importance of limits, parents sometimes have trouble setting and maintaining them. Part of the problem stems, no doubt, from the changes in today's family structures and lifestyles. Here are some common issues:

Children should begin to learn to respect limits from a young age. Most boundaries for children are set for health and safety reasons and are a very important and necessary developmental tool. Children are corrected every day, which can lead them to simply "tune out" any perceived negativity or become uncooperative. Regardless of their age, most people respond better to positively communicated direction. This is especially…

With holiday meals soon to be in full swing, our younger diners may benefit from these simple tips for minding their manners when dining with others. •If the meal is not buffet style, wait until everyone has been seated and has their food before beginning to eat. •Place your napkin in your lap before beginning to eat and use it to dab your mouth, when necessary. •If you have to blow your nose or pick your teeth, excuse yourself to go to another…

By The Goddard School • January 29th, 2014
By Jack Maypole, MD
Gravity sucks (well, actually, it pulls). If you are an infant or toddler
anyway, it remains one of the greatest challenges you face. One does not need to be a phrenologist to know that the noggins of our littlest children get bumpy as they are knocked and bonked with zillions of pratfalls and tumbles each day. The question is: when is it serious? When should these kids be seen by a…

By The Goddard School • May 29th, 2018
Ever noticed how a rise in temperature seems to directly correspond with a rise in the amount of loose change flying out of your purse
What with ice creams, drinks and whatever else they’re begging you for I feel like I shell out money hand over fist as soon as the sun comes out.
With three little people now pretty much eating and drinking and costing the same as each other days out can get…

Emergency Plumbing Atlanta A day at the park may seem like ‘just another day,’ but learning and bonding experiences flourish at the park! Pack for Safety

By Sue Adair • October 1st, 2009
There comes a day when your child will ask to sleep over at a friend’s house for the very first time. Whether because of homesickness or fear of bedwetting, sleepovers can turn into a nerve-wracking experience for children. As parents, how can you prepare for your child’s first sleepover? What should you expect
Here are some helpful tips to guide parents and children through the first sleepover.
Start somewhere comfortable. Spending the night in a strange…

hildproofing your home can be an overwhelming task. The most effective way to start is to evaluate your home, room by room, from your child’s perspective. If

Most of us know the tradition. On the second day of February, every year, we watch the beloved cuddly creature come out from its burrow and predict if spring is

Give snack time some healthy zest with these apple ring cookies!

Check out these hilarious homemade costumes that will make your baby's first Halloween one to remember.

Go ahead, toy with your pumpkin carving this year—the kids will love the results. These fun pumpkin decorating ideas will get you started!

Without an underwater room, indoor slide and hammock flooring, your dream home is just a flight of fancy without anything fancy.

By The Goddard School • July 16th, 2014
Summer is an awesome time of year. It’s full of family get-togethers, trips to the pool and vacations. With all that awesomeness, though, sometimes learning falls by the wayside. Research has shown that some children experience summer learning loss , also known as “summer slide” because their minds aren’t as engaged as they are during the school year. You can help to keep your child’s brain active and prevent summer slide with these five fun…

Learn how mindfulness training—simple techniques for boosting well-being and success—can help your child thrive in school and in life.

By The Goddard School • November 13th, 2014
Being a new parent is an exciting, life-changing experience, but it can also be scary. After all, nobody is born knowing how to be Supermom or Superdad. Here are ten helpful tips for first-time parents
Don’t panic. Babies cry, spit up and vomit, which is usually normal. Even if you’re worried, panicking will not help because babies can pick up on anxiety, and it can upset them.
Be gentle but realistic. Supporting your newborn’s head…

Infant-development experts believe that the first years of a child's life are a prime time for learning, but sometimes it may be hard to think of new

Easy tricks to get your little cutie smiling from head to toe

A child's imagination is supposed to run wild when it comes to fantasy play, but it can literally be a nightmare if his mind races at bedtime. Here's how to ease his fears and get some Zzzs.

Reduce, reuse and recycle your trash into these fun kid-friendly crafts!

By The Goddard School • June 24th, 2013
Get out the paper, pencils, crayons and markers and let your children scribble. Scribbling is the foundation of artistic development, language acquisition and written expression. Through their scribbles, children are telling stories and beginning to link writing to self-expression. Practicing and playing with writing can help young children learn to form and recognize letters
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-Discovering the wonder of nature with kids and adults. Get inspired with simple solutions. Let's play outside!

Scholastic is counting down the 100 Best Read-Aloud Books

Dozens of fun gifts that are sure to please the little ones. Find more great present ideas for everyone on your list here.

This event will feature an incredible variety of beers and ciders from the local area, from across the country, and from around the globe.

Make the countdown to midnight extra sweet for kids with these chocolate-frosted New Year’s cookies!

This season, deck the halls, walls, and tables with these cool eats and treats.