Distraction Tactics: Comforting a Child Who Is Not Your Own

Occasionally, or even fairly frequently, I have in my care someone else's child. Occasionally, though thankfully not as frequently, someone else's child discovers she misses her own mother, or is in some other way suffering malaise, boredom, or angst...

Tips for Keeping Your Sick Child Entertained at Home

The child is grumpy. Way beyond grumpy. Grumpy is a distant planet in another solar system past which she's shot in her misery-fuelled rocket ship. She refuses to eat supper. She's lethargic, moping, upset over nothing. Uh oh. She's fallen asleep o...

Yoga clothes for your baby

I don't know if your baby will be able to manage yoga positions, but if your baby likes to lay on a blanket while you are doing yoga, he or she can dress for the occasion! Or, these outfits from Little Buddha Baby Yoga would make really cute baby sho...


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