Here’s your guide to all our Parent Savers episodes – all the parenting tips you need! You can listen to all of our episodes through this website, our RSS feed as well as your favorite podcast apps!

How to Survive Road Trips with Kids

It's time to travel with your kids. So, what do you need to know before you hop in your minivan and head for your destination? What tips and tricks can make travel a little easier, whether you're bringing babies, infants or toddlers? How can you beat the boredom and the dreaded question "Are we there yet?"

Halloween Safety and Secrets for Toddlers

As a new parent, you may have some safety concerns when it comes to trick or treating with your little one. Or perhaps you just need some practical advice from "real" parents on what strategies work and "witch" strategies should be thrown out with the ghosts and goblins. We've got you covered.

Toddler Naps: Do’s and Don’ts

Naps are important- for both you and your child. It gives everyone a break and allows us to re-boot and prepare for the rest of the day. How often should your child be napping, and for how long? What should you do if you accidentally skip a nap or your schedule is off? And what are your options if your little one is absolutely refusing naps altogether?

Feeding Your Child: Eating in Public

Eating in public with your children can be quite an experience, for both you and everyone else around you. So, how do you deal with potential meltdowns, children who refuse to eat, and a table (and floor) covered in food?

Do I Need a Will or Trust to Protect My Child?

Parenting is a big responsibility. You are now fully responsible for the life of your child. How can you ensure your child is always taken care of? What's the benefit of a trust instead of a will? Plus, some tips on what you're liable for should an accident happen at your home.

Children and Type 2 Diabetes

What are the common risk factors associated with Type 2 Diabetes and what are some subtle symptoms to look for in your children? We've got some great tips to help keep the whole family safe.

Signs of a Spoiled Child

You love your children. But how do you know if you're spoiling your children? In what ways do parents typically spoil their children and how can it impact them long-term?

Baby Sleep Solutions: 6-12 Months

Getting your baby to sleep is one of the most common struggles new parents experience. We're continuing our series focused on baby sleep solutions that encourage healthy sleeping patterns with your little one, so you can get some much need R&R as well!

Overcoming Isolation When a New Baby Arrives

It's amazing how quickly your life changes the moment you have a baby. With so much to do, you may find yourself feeling isolated from the outside world. How do you overcome these issues so you have more friends than just the ones you find on facebook?

Toddler Playdates: What to Expect

You want your child to socialize with other kids, so what is the standard etiquette when it comes to playdates? How do you find the best group? And how do you deal with potential conflict?

Electronic Games, Toys and Tablets: Do They Work?

Like it or not, technology is part of our everyday lives, which means our kids are exposed to it too. Is this really a bad thing? If done in moderation, can these electronic games, toys and tablets actually makes our kids smarter? Today we'll breakdown common fears many parents face and we'll look at new research that suggests this type of learning is more helpful than harmful.

Top 10 Theme Park Safety Tips

Summer is here, and many families will be having tons of fun at theme parks and fairs. But before you purchase those tickets, consider these safety tips aimed at protecting your family and keeping everyone safe in large crowds.

Teach Your Child to Swim

Drowning is the second highest cause of death amongst children four and younger. What skills are desperately needed for survival? How do you teach these skills to your child? And, when can you start?

Making Baths Fun and Safe for Kids

Bathtime can be fun, but it can also be a scary place if you aren't taking precautions to help protect your child. Today, we'll explore some tips to help keep your kids safe, all while having fun and teaching them valuable lessons to help make them self-sufficient.