Last Updated: 07/01/2021 08:43PM • Subscribe via RSS • ATOM
SUMMER AND SIBLINGS
07/01/2021 ● By Rachel Martin
During the long days of summer, when school is out, children often spend more time with brothers and sisters (siblings) than usual. Sometimes this can mean opportunities for building close sibling relationships, and other times it can mean lots of shouting, fighting, and parental stress and frustration.Read More »
Hot Tips for Getting Cool
06/03/2021 ● By Eugene Cascades Coast
For many families, summertime means afternoon barbeques, popsicles, sprinklers and SWIMMING. So where can you go with the kids to cool off this summer?Read More »
Playtime and Quiet Time for Baby
06/02/2021 ● By Parenting Now!
As a new parent, you may feel inundated with information about stimulating your baby’s budding brain with interactive toys, books, things to look at, etc.Read More »
Calming Methods for Preschoolers
04/30/2021 ● By Parenting Now
Children are going through a range of experiences and emotions right now. Distance learning, hybrid learning, COVID-19 precautions, time away from family and friends—are all having an emotional impact on us.Read More »
Making the Move
04/02/2021 ● By Sarah Lyons
Whether across the country or just across town, moving is a big adjustment for everyone in the family. Children can feel overwhelmed and uprooted because they are rarely in control of a decision to change homes, neighborhoods, or schools.Read More »
Embracing Your Toddler’s Counterwill
02/28/2021 ● By Meredith Tufts (for Parenting Now)
Throughout the late toddler and preschool years, children are building their will—the ability to consciously control their actions.Read More »
Preventing Dog Bites
02/28/2021 ● By by Pilar Bradshaw, M.D., F.A.A.P.
Adoptions and purchases of puppies and dogs have skyrocketed in the past year, proving once again that these furry animals are people’s best friends—especially during a pandemic.Read More »
Spinal Muscular Atrophy
02/20/2021 ● By Trudy Citovic
Understanding this rare condition, and one Oregon family’s journey, and first-person perspective.Read More »
DNA - Cracking the Code!
02/04/2021 ● By Andrea Willingham
Have you ever wondered why some people have blue eyes and some have brown eyes? Or why some insects fly while others crawl? Why are some fish are big and others small? It all has to do with our DNA.Read More »
Messing with Mud
01/01/2021 ● By Beth Stein
The ingredients in the recipe are simple: water for wetness, soil for substance, crumpled leaves for texture, bark chips for chunks, grass for green-ness, and rocks just for fun. The how-to part of the recipe is also pretty straightforward – dig, dump, stir, mush, squoosh, pour, pound.Read More »
Creativity-Boosting Apps for Kids
01/01/2021 ● By Tanni Haas, Ph.D.
January is International Creativity Month; a great occasion to inspire your kids to become more creative. Here are some of the very best creativity-boosting apps for kids. They’re all completely free, so encourage your kids to download an app – or three!Read More »
Coping with Distance Learning Burnout
01/01/2021 ● By Pilar Bradshaw, M.D., F.A.A.P.
Distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic looks and feels very different to students, teachers and parents. Long hours in front of a screen, challenges with technology and difficulty mastering new material can be overwhelming to some children.Read More »