If you’ve ever started your own business, you know that most successful businesses start with a plan. A business plan which forces you to really think about what you’re doing and why. So, if your kid is starting a business- should they do the same thing?
Your child hopes to one day become a YouTube star, get millions of likes and make tens of millions of dollars- what do you do as a parent? Should you help foster that dream and help them create their own channel? What should you consider? What are some red flags for parents going down this road?
Your young child keeps bugging you to have a lemonade stand. Are they just bored or do they really have an entrepreneurial spirit? What are some ways parents can tell if this is just a passing phase or something more? And how can becoming an entrepreneur benefit your child throughout life?
So, your kid seems interested in money...probably because he’s always asking you for it. How do we, as parents, help our children better understand (and appreciate) how money works? How do avoid talking about money so much that it becomes an obsession? And what are some great ways to start coaching our kids on how to be responsible with it?
We all have dreams, right? Big, lofty goals... things we want to accomplish in life. And just as we like to dream, it’s also important to pass that thought process onto our kids. But how do you do that? And how do you deal with "failure" if things don't turn out as planned?
As parents, we're always trying to get our kids to finish their food. But what about babies? What should you do if you’re trying to feed your baby, but he’s just not having it? When it’s time to eat, should you make your baby eat... even if he isn’t interested?
You and your baby are about to take on solid foods! It’s a big milestone. But how do you know which finger foods work best? And how do you avoid any dreaded choking incidents?
You’ve been pureeing foods and giving your baby the “soft stuff” for a while now... and you’re thinking about transitioning to solids. But what about choking hazards? How do you know your baby is ready for the big switch?
Your baby is hungry… and perhaps crying. So, where do you feed him? Standing, sitting, laying down, in a chair, on the floor… the possibilities are endless.
As a new mom, you’re probably wondering how often you should feed your baby? Yeah, crying is usually a good sign, but how can you be proactive?