Looking Good for Halloween…
Children’s Halloween costumes sure have changed.
A few short years ago, it was common to see ghosts, witches, and the occasional Frankenstein’s Monster, with Superman and Wonder Woman thrown in for good measure.
Children are more character savvy these days. They prefer to spend the big night as their favorite cartoon or movie character.
According to […]
Most children love Halloween. And why shouldn’t they? It’s the only time they’re allowed to eat more candy in one day than they normally eat in one week (or one month!).
We all have many great memories of Halloween, all of which include mounds of teeth-destroying candy. Now that we’re older — and parents of our own kids […]
You have the baby and the website…now what?
If you’re going to buy a domain for your baby, you may as well use it. Technology changes quickly. You’d hate to spend years paying for a domain that’ll be obsolete by the time your baby hits the double digits. Don’t let that domain go unused.
Here are some […]
Add a New Category to that Birth Announcement!
We all know what a birth announcement looks like: It usually contains a cute picture of the baby, the baby’s name, parents’ and siblings’ names, weight, length, time and date of birth.
Well, that’s the old way.
You can now add the baby’s website address to the list. That’s right – […]
Those Sneaky Nanny Cams …
Nanny Cams are useful when you want to monitor your child’s caregiver (or caregivers). They can be hidden in a number of places, including inside of stuffed animals and household plants. The cameras range in price from $100 to $500, and can be purchased online or from local home security shops.
Should you tape or monitor your child’s caregiver without telling him or her?
Some people say absolutely not, and that surveillance devices shouldn’t be used to spy on anyone. Is it an invasion of privacy? Well, it depends on who you ask.
Lots of parents use in-home surveillance cameras, sometimes referred to as Nanny Cams, to keep […]
September 7, 2007 | Leave a Comment
Still trying to decide whether to pierce or not to pierce? Here are some ear-piercing facts you should know, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics in its book “Caring for Your Baby and Young Child:”
1. It’s a good idea to wait until the child is old enough to make the decision and care for her own […]
It’s common to see babies and preschool-aged children with their ears pierced.
While it’s definitely cute, there are health issues to consider. Infection sits at the very top of the concern list. A child shouldn’t have their ears pierced until after they’ve started immunization shots. The procedure should also be performed by a professional in a […]