Just like adults, children need their zzzs, although how many hours of sleep kids need depends on their age. Multiple studies have shown that sleep is as vital as exercise and nutrition. Kids who get enough sleep have better memory, concentration, and behavior. They have more energy and do better at school. Getting the right amount of sleep also has a positive impact on mental and physical health and mood.
Whether it’s the first diaper change or the 100th, you want to know what the color, consistency and smell of your infant’s poop means. As a parent, you will talk about poop more than you ever thought possible. Normal baby poop comes in different colors, sizes, frequencies and smellsContinue reading All About Baby Poop Information on Baby Poop Types, Colors, and What it all Means
It is no trick that this year’s Halloween will be a lot different than before and more families are wondering how to trick-or-treat at home. Due to the pandemic, the CDC says participating in traditional trick-or-treating or trunk-or-treating is considered a high risk activity for spreading the virus. As a mom, it can be hard to tell your kids they will not be going door to door this year.
Halloween is coming soon, and it feels like this year more than ever we could all use a chance to escape reality a bit, right? With that in mind, here are a few simple Halloween costumes you can easily put together to celebrate in style. Some are easy Halloween costume options for individuals, some are simple couple costumes, and some are for groups/families! (Oh, and if DIY isn’t for you when it comes to costumes, we have lots of great options for both kids and adults available right here on our Zulily site.)Continue reading Easy Halloween Costumes (For Individuals, Groups or Families!)
It’s nearing the time of year when witches and warlocks come out of the shadows and excited kids (like mine) hit the streets for annual trick-or-treating. Our school has canceled the Halloween parade; I hope the trick-or-treating won’t be too, like in some communities. Everyone knows Halloween and candy go together like PB&J, but before your mini ghosts and goblins load up on sugar, give them some spooktacular Halloween treats for kids to fill up on first.Continue reading 9 Spookily Easy Halloween Treats for Kids
By Koya Webb
All of us know how to breathe. But – in times of stress, it’s important to tap into techniques like breathwork to help you through tough times. What is breathwork? It’s the practice of intentionally changing your breathing pattern in order to improve your well-being, and according to Scientific American, are proven as safe and easy to use techniques to improve health. And all you need to practice is you!Continue reading 5 Ways Breathwork Can Help You During Tough Times
Pregnancy is such a special time, and whether you feel energized and glowing or feel pretty uncomfortable with the whole process, I promise it’s going to be a stage you’ll want to be able to look back on and remember. Enter maternity photos! If you’re looking for some ideas to make your baby bump photoshoot creative and memorable, you’re in the right place. Here are some maternity photoshoot ideas to take your pregnancy photoshoot to the next level.Continue reading Creative Maternity Photoshoot Ideas
Spruce up your home for the holidays in one easy step: new curtains! Learn the best way of measuring for curtains, plus how to choose the right panels for your space. Then, get our recipe for easy stovetop potpourri and more quick window-decorating tips.
Halloween this year will be much more intimate than before. Do not just settle for watching scary movies: get spooky AND creative and try out a Halloween experiment with your family. These six easy experiments will keep the family in the festive spirit while showing science in action. They require few supplies that you more than likely have at home. The entire family will be thrilled with a pumpkin volcano, magic potion, witches brew and more.Continue reading 6 Easy Halloween Experiments You Can Do at Home
Bringing home a baby can be exciting, so why do many women feel sad, moody, irritable and overwhelmed just a couple of days after giving birth? The reality is 80% of new moms experience baby blues syndrome 2-3 days after giving birth.Continue reading Baby Blues Syndrome: Definition, Symptoms, Causes and Treatment