All About Drool: The Drippy, Droppy Facts

You may go through stacks of onesies and bibs during drool-filled months, but that drool is doing good things for your baby. Photo by © YinYang

Bibs aren’t just for meal time! By the time your baby is around two months old, you may find yourself with more and more soggy blankets, drool rags, and onesies. Sure, non-stop drool can be messy, but it’s not just a slick, slippery hassle—infant saliva serves some very important purposes in your little one’s development.

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Petal Power: 5 Ways to Teach with Tulips  

Immerse yourself in a field of flowers, and your heart will bloom for days. Photo by © Suprijono Suharjoto/Stocksy United

Your child is growing, and during spring, so is the world around her—making the season a perfect time to teach children about colors, plants, and the importance of caring for the natural world. Nurturing your children’s curiosity about how things grow is as easy as taking a walk around your neighborhood to look for emerging

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Yummy Little Egg Muffins to Make with Your Little Muffin

Tasty frittata muffins that your kids will love to make and love to eat!

When it comes to a spring brunch, we like to have kid-sized foods on the table—you know, the type that’s just right for kid-sized hands to pick up and eat. These individual frittatas, adapted from a recipe on tablespoon.com and cooked in nonstick muffin tins, fit the bill. Let your budding chef help you make them: For kids, the kitchen is

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