Ah, Valentine’s Day. The sexiest, sultriest, most romantic day of the year for childless couples everywhere. For the rest of us, however, it’s a 24-hour period filled with just as many tears, tantrums and wet-wipe-necessitating messes as any other.
So what are a Mommy and Daddy who want to raise a family and get their freak on to do?
Continue reading 10 Ways To “Get Some” This Valentine’s Day, Even Though Your Kids Have Completely Destroyed Your Will to Do It
Here’s this week’s highlight – and lowlight – for our about-to-be-one-year-old son:
Continue reading High-Low
Tired of your kid’s same old “build a tower, then immediately knock the tower down” routine? Add this simple twist to your usual block-stacking activity, and it becomes fresh, fun and educational, too!
Who It’s For: Kids ages 1–5
What They’ll Learn: Counting skills, motor skills, measurement, comparison, how gravity works
What You Need: Whatever kinds of blocks you have handy – Legos, Duplos, those cardboard ones that look like bricks, or some straight-out-the-old-school wooden ones
Continue reading Playtime! Activity: Block Party