Have you decided that you want to join the work force now that your child is a bit older? Perhaps you and your spouse are having trouble making ends meet and you are going to take a part-time job or even a full-time job. Or, it might be that you took a short leave of absence when you had your baby and your time away from work is almost up. Whatever the circumstances b
Are you looking to head back into the workforce after having a child, but you are worried that sending a child to preschool is not the best choice? You should not have anything to be worried about. While you may want to stay at home with your child for as long as possible, preschool can be a great environment for them to thrive. Here are four reasons why you can feel
Preschools provide young children with the first step towards early literacy development. Whether it's by reading books to the class, helping the kids to write their first letters or just through plenty of conversations, your child's pre-k program is building a foundation for later school success. But the learning doesn't have to stop when your child walks out the sch
Competitive swim teams are on your mind. Your child has always seemed more like a fish to you, and you're sure that she'd enjoy the thrill of victory. But she's still young. And you're not sure where to start. If you're considering helping your child to enter the world of competitive swimming, understanding the how's and why's is one of the first steps in the process.
Daycare is a big step for any child, but when your little one has ADHD, or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, you have special concerns unique for you and your family. With approximately 6.4 million children diagnosed with this often overwhelming condition, though, daycare centers across the country are becoming more adept at addressing it. Still, both you and