Manage Your Kids Meltdowns

by: YMC

Keeping kids calm and happy when you're running errands can sometimes be a challenge. To keep meltdowns to a minimum, bring along a snack and drink to keep hunger at bay and a few fun toys that come out during errand time only.

Advertisement

YMC Recently Spilled!

mommy2sassykids says...

  I've let my kids know that it's ok to be sad and angry that the person is gone. That it's okay to cry and miss that person... About: Using Pop Culture To Find Teachable Moments About Loss Join the conversation...

Your Weekly Pregnancy Guide

The good, the bad, and the belly. We help you get through your pregnancy, one week at a time.

0
Not Listening What To Do When A Child Won't Listen The seven reasons your child isn't listening to you and tips to encourage cooperation.
0

Advertisement

The 22 Books You Will Want To Read This Year

If you didn't read these books in 2013, run out and get them now. You don't want to miss these must-reads.

0
Five Family-Friendly Earth Day Activities Five activities you can do as a family to celebrate earth day and teach your children the importance of being kind to Mother Earth.
0
tellspec scam Is This Allergen Detector A Total Scam? Did TellSpec use Indiegogo to raise nearly $400,000 for an imaginary product? Signs point to yes, as far as science is concerned.
0
Easy But Fancy Arugula, Prawn, And Pesto Gnocchi Sometimes the best meals are the simplest to make—this pesto gnocchi is definitely is one of those.
0
Parenting Is . . . Ah, Fuck It. Crank The Stereo! It's amazing how a song can change your mood from tirade to terrific just like that. What song does it for you?
0
Spinach, blueberries and banana smoothie. Super Smoothie: Post-Workout Fuel Gets You Through The Day If you've indulged a bit too much, or are just looking to fuel after a tough workout, this Super Smoothie is just what you need—easy, filling, and delicious!
0
Earth Day Activity: Take Your Kids to the Dump Earth Day Activity: Take Your Kids to the Dump

Do your kids know what really happens to trash after it's hauled away? Take them to the dump and teach them with these five activities at your disposal.

by: Claire Haas

0
Must-Know Tax Credits For Canadian Parents How To Use Your Kids As Tax Deductions Turn your kids tax write-offs with these tax credits that can put money in your pocket.
0
Henry-and-his-nana Using Pop Culture To Find Teachable Moments About Loss Have you ever lost a close family member? How did you explain it to your kids who were too young to understand?
0