Are you ready to see some big smiles? Or looks of horror? Be prepared for either. Taking a first run at the slide is a baby milestone.
Get on the ground and play at your baby’s level… or perform something so silly you hope nobody will see you!
Taking a baby to the swimming pool is scary and funny – having a partner helps! Bring along your moms group or any willing friend and go for it!
A hilarious look at classic toddler mischief.
Your weekly challenge (Number 22 of 52!) is to enjoy the rainbow of colors at an outdoor plant nursery.
I saw this on my local parenting listserv (no further source available) and couldn’t resist typing it up.
Be like a cruise director for your other friends with babies; you plan the week of fun so they can just show up. They’ll thank you for it!
At home ball pit FTW! Turn your pack n play or play yard into a ball pit for a toddler that still needs occasional containment but also wants entertainment.
To set up a perfect dress-up bin for a toddler, add to it little by little when you lay your hands on stray fairy wings, odd sunglasses & beads!
Lead an age-appropriate treasure hunt for pre-verbal toddlers; hide lemons, golf balls, or plasticky eggs in the backyard whenever boredom strikes.
When she was pregnant with her daughter, she became very sick for the first three months and between throwing up and dealing with inconsiderate people, Line decided to start drawing cartoons to make light of the situation.
Our new mama milestone tracker is a fun way to keep track of your own progress as a parent from the first day going forward. Because you are amazing!
This activity is especially good if you feel like your living room is already an obstacle course — now it can be on purpose! Set up an obstacle course so your baby can test his mobility skills (crawling, rolling, lurching, flailing, whatever!). Try a couple of pillows, some toys, a plastic bowl, and (to make […]