• Tips for the Flu Shot

    September 20, 2018

    Flu season is coming soon, so make sure that you and your child (6 months or older) get the flu vaccine! The vaccine is available at your pediatrician’s office, clinics, health departments, some pharmacies and even some workplaces.   We know from personal and professional experience that getting the flu shot is an important, but…Read More

  • Playing Outside During the Fall

    September 13, 2018

    The cool weather on its way doesn’t mean that children have to retreat indoors and spend their playtime with a screen. Despite busy fall schedules, here are five reasons why playing outside is vitally important for kid’s health (and adults, too!). 1. Exercise for the Mind When kids play outside, especially with a friend, a…Read More

  • Going Back to School

    September 6, 2018

    Whether your child is starting school for the first time, starting at a new school or just having first day fears, preparing for the first few days can make the transition to the classroom easier for everyone. Visit.  Seeing their new school (even just the outside of it), practicing the morning walk and getting a…Read More

  • Summertime Arts and Crafts

    August 9, 2018

    We hope you’re spending the summer being creative! This DIY photo frame is a great way for kids to turn their nature walk into a work of art. Arts and crafts are a great way to encourage creativity, decision-making and self-expression. Next time you and your child go for a walk, ask them to pick…Read More

  • A Parent’s Guide to Staying Calm

    August 2, 2018

    No matter how wonderful your child is, every parent is bound to get frustrated or upset every once in a while. Check out our tips below on how to “keep your cool” this summer. 1. Anticipate Triggers With a set routine, it’s sometimes easier for parents to pinpoint the situations that set off their child.…Read More