How to cope with a broken arm, etc.

Survival tips for dealing with a cast if your child breaks an arm or leg. Have you been through this with a child or yourself?

Here's a few ways to tell if a bone is broken. None are for SURE -- but it just might save you a copay. :)

15 Differences Between The First Child And The Next One

I need this cast!

Children's Nighttime Drawing Journal - Each night have your child draw a picture of their favorite part of the day. Then write a caption about the picture. Fun idea...

The “You Shall Not Pass” sign provides a visual limit to how much toilet paper your child can take. | 33 Genius Hacks Guaranteed To Make A Parent's Job Easier

They are listening. 19 things we need to say to our children consistently - one of the best lists I have seen.

A great way to document all the milestones of a child's 1st year of life.

Good to know

Tips for becoming a stay at home mom "SAHM"

Turn one of her drawings into a custom toy for just $35.

Why Learning Your Child's Love Language is Important

Cut the cover of a puzzle box and store it with the pieces in a ziploc bag. Takes up less space!

How to Raise a Happy, Successful Cooperative Child Infogram (Carol Tuttle, the Child Whisperer via Art Bar)

Use your nighttime routine to foster open communication with your child. Talking about these things will helps your child go to bed happily and peacefully, and will warm your heart at the same time!

Toddler Approved!: My Favorite Tip For Calming Tantrums

How often are your children present but abandoned in your day? Here are 40 ways that you can be intentional and present in their life today!

The Whole-Brain Child: 12 Revolutionary Strategies to Nurture Your Child's Developing Mind, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0553386697/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_awdm_LIfHwb1BKNGG0

Have you ever lost your child in public? It can be terrifying for both you and your child.