Child Safety Posts
Tips to help you fit that important swim class neatly into that jigsaw puzzle of a schedule.
Kim Hoehne, MA, BCBA, founder of KGH, outlines the significance of developmental milestones, the key benefits of early intervention and next steps if you choose to seek testing for autism.
Get to know this North Shore born and raised Wilmette mom of 3 littles and the founder of Matrescence Therapy, Lauren Ratliff, LCSW, PMH-C.
The end of the school year means it’s time for transitions. Here are helpful tips for you and your littles to foster those positive thoughts.
This mom is helping kids get the essentials they need to thrive.
We spoke to our psychology contributor about how to talk to your kids about the tragedy in Texas.
We have aging parents, young children and we’re pulled in two different directions. It may be time to gather up resources to help organize around extra care.
Established in 1976, this local nonprofit’s mission is promote mental health and community wellness to support people in leading their best lives.
A water safety expert shares his best advice.
Get to know Becky Robinson, the comedian behind Entitled Housewife, one of the funniest spoofs on “mom culture” we’ve seen.
Welcome the lovely Ghana born and raised mom of four and founder of Our Joy Infant Care, a business that places families with registered RN nurses to help a postpartum mama care for baby.
With many schools requiring kids to wear masks, teaching kids to keep their mask on is going hand in hand with teaching ABCs and geometry. Help your child’s teacher by encouraging your kids with these easy tips!
Handwashing and Hand Dermatitis Tips from Dermatology Associates Everyone is turning to hand washing to avoid this tragedy that is the COVID-19 pandemic, and that includes parents and their children. The increased focus on handwashing brings up important...
Considering a DYI baby proofing project? Consider again… Professional childproofers have a wealth of current product knowledge about what works and what’s been recalled, which, in the long-run can save your family time, money and safety. Here’s how…
The holidays are a time of joyous events – family and friends gathering together to celebrate the season. But a crowded house can mean a lot of safety risks for those little ones – is your home truly safe for the holidays?
If you’re on the fence about adding swim lessons to your child(ren)’s weekly routine when it’s nowhere near time for pools and beaches, here are five excellent reasons to jump on the bandwagon.
Summer is a wonderful time but with pool and beach time comes the risk of drowning. Here’s what you should know.
The Local Moms Network asked a Yale dermatologist all our sun safety questions, including how to read a label to make sure a product is safe for our kids.
DIY is all the rage but is it the smartest decision for your little one’s safety?
Headed off to somewhere hot and sunny? Gretchen Hegener Rech, former U.S. record holder in the breaststroke, alumna of Foss Swim School and mother of two shares life-saving water safety tips to start your trip off right!