The Gerber Life Parenting Blog

What parents want to know

With work, family and finances, modern parenting can sometimes feel like a juggling act. The Gerber Life parenting blog gives parents advice and tips to help you take on today-and plan for tomorrow. Our parenting blog offers articles on saving money, college planning, family insurance, parenting tips, living green, and health and safety. Although we may not be able to manage your retirement account, drive your all-star athlete to practice, or cook your family's favorite three-cheese lasagna, our parenting blog can provide you with ideas, advice and tips so that you can focus on what matters most: raising healthy, happy kids. We invite you to join the conversation and enjoy our parenting blog.

  1. A New Parent’s Guide: Managing Responsibilities at Home and Work

    business woman busy at desk with babyFor most mothers and fathers, parenting is the most rewarding and important aspect of their lives. Because many parents must also work, striking a balance between a career and home life can be a bit tricky for a new parent. Below are a few ideas to help guide new parents through the transition from bottles and bibs to co-workers and computers.

  2. 6 Tips for Family Health & Fitness

    family exercising on bikes together laughingExercise is one of the best things for making your mind and body live longer and feel better. You can create lasting family memories by involving your children in this important part of life and by making family workouts a priority.

  3. Create Financial Security for Now and Later

    women reviewing current bills and prioritizing financesLearning how to manage and prioritize your financial goals can help keep you on track now and help you to gain financial freedom in the future. The following recommendations can help you to manage current bills and expenses while planning long-term:

  4. Bring School Lunches To Life

    Introducing color and creativity when preparing school lunches can be a great way to make sure your children look forward to what you have packed in their lunch boxes for this important mid-day meal. Here are a few ideas to help you make school lunches fun:

    creative lunch ideas to look like a hungry caterpillar

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  5. Ways to Childproof Your Home That Parents Sometime Overlook

    baby walking up stairsParents of small children know the importance of childproofing their home. As babies grow, they develop into curious crawlers and toddlers, causing parents to need to carefully secure certain parts of their home. This typically includes putting latches on cabinets and putting a cover on electrical outlets. There are some additional areas of a home that parents can childproof to help keep their little explorers safe: