With Supply Chain Issues, Gift Memories Instead

Posted on Dec 2nd 2021

Instead of keeping everything the same this year, let us learn from supply chain problems. Take this as an opportunity to revisit gifts and expectations this holiday season. The truth is, your children probably vaguely remember any of the gifts they have received over the years. Gifts you had sweated over, gifts you had spent hard-earned money on - forgotten. Take this time to ask yourself, "Why am I spending all this money on things?”

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Gift Experiences Instead of Toys This Season

Posted on Nov 29th 2021

With news headlines full of warnings about slow supply chains and low stock on goods this year, there’s no better time to take advantage of the value of gifting experiences rather than objects.

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Starting Healthy Habits in Kids

Posted on Nov 4th 2021

It's never too late to teach your little ones healthy habits. What we teach them now can set them up for a lifetime of good health, excellent immunity, and more energy. As parents, we can be role models by incorporating healthy habits that bring lifelong benefits into our everyday routine. Try these tips to get your family started.

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Fall Learning Activities for Kids

Posted on Nov 4th 2021

Fall is here! The leaves are changing, the weather is cooling, and pumpkins are everywhere. From arts and crafts to sensory play, fall is the best time to engage kids in fun learning activities. Here are a few fall activities that will encourage your little ones to play, brainstorm, improve their motor skills and more!

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5 Ways To Resocialize Your Kids

Posted on Aug 30th 2021

As parents, we are constantly on the lookout to help our children succeed. But what are we to do when a global pandemic shifts our ability to control how our little ones develop outside the home? If you have found yourself thinking, "How much did the pandemic actually affect our child?", you're not alone. Many parents worry about the possible effects the lack of socialization could be having on their children. As restrictions continue to be lifted, it's time to start thinking about acclimatizing kids to the wide world of in-person socialization.

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