Your body is constantly changing but one thing remains the same- you’re fabulous! Even though you know your body better than anyone else, there are guidelines to help you on your way to being your best self.
Weaning your baby to solids can be a stressful time for most parents. The most important message I want to convey to parents is to try to “relax” through this process as much as possible. Your baby will guide you, let you know their likes and dislikes, how much they want and what textures they can handle. No matter what any regulations say, follow your baby’s cues. I hope this next stage is a wonderful time in your child’s development, but if you are confused or not sure at all, reach out.
We hosted a momstown Hot Wheels Track Challenge and during the event it was clear that not only can playing with cars and tracks be hours of entertainment for your preschooler, there are several teachable moments that help develop important skills.
I’ve often heard parents talk about difficulties their kids have with transitions. Sometimes it’s a change in routine, a change in wardrobe or a change in living situations. I’ve never had big issues with my kids and transitions. Even my child with autism didn’t struggle too much in this department.
This month at our momstown Community Celebrations across Canada, moms and kids have been having fun together at the Discovery Play Areas sponsored by Fisher-Price Little People. With interactive toys that help kids to discover their world through play and imagination, our little visitors have been trying and discovering “why”!
Introducing baby to solids is an exciting and sometimes confusing time. The latest recommendations from Health Canada (released in 2012) cite some important changes, and her are some great tips from Sprout Right on what the new guidelines are for baby’s first foods.
As warm weather approaches, momstown mamas are on the lookout for the best tricycles, balance bikes, and big kid bikes. Whether your little one is on his first tricycle, ready to get a big bike, or wants to lose the training wheels, momstown Finds has the scoop on what’s hot in wheels this spring.
Baboo from Natrel is the first dairy product on the Canadian market made with fresh milk specially designed to ensure a smooth transition from breast milk or infant formula to regular milk, providing an ideal complement to the balanced diet of growing toddlers aged 12–24 months.
Tips for when you child says a swear word. As your child grows up and is exposed to older influences, those simple naughty words evolve into words that would make your hear curl! Here is a great story of how one mom handled the “s” word.