As the carefree days of summer draw to a close, the transition back to school can be a daunting task for kids. The notorious "summer slump" can leave them feeling lethargic and unmotivated to tackle their studies. But fear not! In this blog post, we have curated effective strategies to beat the summer slump and kick-start the new academic year on a positive note. From staying active with outdoor adventures to setting a consistent sleep schedule, and from rekindling the love for learning to planning brain-boosting meals, these tips will ensure your kids are ready to embrace the challenges and opportunities of the new school year with enthusiasm and confidence. Let's make this back-to-school season a resounding success!
Not all heads of hair are created equally. If you have a child with a curly top, you know exactly what we mean. We love their curls, but they can go from Shirley Temple to angry bird’s nest real quick. Keeping it healthy and well-maintained can require a bit of trial and error, but it is possible! Here are five tips to help you care for your own curly-haired cutie:
Halloween is a favorite time of year for the young and old alike. Spooky decorations, trick-or-treating, tons of candy - and of course, the costumes! Store-bought costumes are convenient - but can be expensive. And if you're buying for multiple children or family members, $20-$35 per person can add up quickly. Now that's scary! But it doesn't have to be! Here are some tips for creating fun, no-fuss costumes for kids on a budget.