Have your kids graduated from Dora and Diego themed parties? Had your fill of princess and superhero decorations? It’s time to rock the house.
When it comes to teaching kids and teens about money, nothing beats a game of Monopoly. And the best way to keep things interesting? Try these variations on the official rules:
Games that promote your baby’s sense of touch are easy to play and important for your baby’s understanding of the world.
What’s the best baby invention of the past 10 years? BabyBjorn? Nope. Portable bottle warmers? No way. Diaper Genie? Not even close. These practical tidbits pale in comparison to the most important baby invention of the 21st century … rock ‘n roll onesies. Words can’t even begin to describe the pride you’ll feel when your little one puts on his or her Nirvana onesie for the first time. It’s definitely an Instagram moment. Never mind that the baby doesn’t know the difference between Dora and Devo. Who cares? They look adorable! The downside to rockin’ onesies? The price. Add a Daft Punk logo to a plain onesie and you’re looking…[more]
Every parent knows how important it is to teach children the value of a dollar. Even so, simply lecturing kids about the importance of saving money can be a real turn-off for many youngsters.
You don’t have to spend a lot of money to give your child the birthday party of his dreams.
It’s time to get out the arts and crafts supplies. Not only is crafting cool, but selling your handmade items can be a great way to make extra cash.