There's a fine line to walk when it comes to your little ones and their sugar intake. Kids and candy go together like nuts and bolts, and there's no denying that parents get a little surge of happiness when they see their kids' eyes light up once they get an ice cream cone in their hand, or get their first taste of birthday cake.
We know that too much is bad for them, of course, but there's a flip side to that coin. In my experience, depriving kids of sugar entirely can also have some negative consequences that tend to materialize further down the road.
So where's the balance, and how can you stop your child from tugging at your pant leg every time you take them through the cashier line at the grocery store? I've got some great tips for you in today's episode.
There's no set age or developmental milestone which marks the right time to move your little one out of their crib and into a big-kid bed, but there are definitely some situations that can either help or hinder the transition. On today's episode, I've got some scenarios you'll want to consider before making the switch, and a strong case against the "never too early" argument.
Getting your baby sleeping through the night can be a challenge, but getting them to sleep during the day presents a whole new set of obstacles.
Between the natural light, the ambient noises, and the activities surrounding them, babies can have a real issue getting quality naps. That's a problem for parents and baby alike, since they're such are an essential element to a baby's overall sleep schedule.
So how can you help your little ones enjoy some quality shut-eye with all these factors working against them? I've got a great strategy for you in this week's episode.