The Gerber Life Parenting Blog

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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. Why Would I Choose the Grow-Up® Plan?

    Toddler Taking First StepsAdults buy life insurance to protect loved ones who depend on them for support. But what about young children and babies? No one depends on their support, so do they need life insurance?

    Getting life insurance for your children while they are still infants can be a smart idea and a forward-thinking decision. With the Gerber Life Grow-Up® Plan1, the coverage you buy now can help ensure that your youngster has the opportunity to stay protected years into the future. You can start Grow-Up® coverage for children as young as 14 days old, and you can lock in a low childhood premium rate that your child could keep for life.

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  2. Quick Lunch Recipes for Working Parents

    Cucumber SaladWhether your New Year’s resolution is to lose weight or improve your overall health, eating more nutritious foods is a great way to start. Making positive changes to your diet can be difficult, especially if you already have a busy work schedule. Here are some healthy, no-heat lunches that can help you keep your cool when time is short.

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    Categories: Health & Safety
  3. Valentine’s Day Quiz

    Valentine's Day Candy HeartsValentine’s Day is all about love, but most people don’t know how the holiday began or what it really means. Test your knowledge by taking our Valentine’s Day quiz:

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  4. Tips for Staying Heart-Healthy Beyond Valentine’s Day

    Woman ExercisingWith Valentine’s Day quickly approaching, people everywhere are thinking about the things that are most important to their hearts. Although love and affection may fulfill emotional needs, your heart’s other needs must be attended to as well. Here are some tips for keeping your heart healthy and fit – not just for Valentine’s Day, but for years to come.

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    Categories: Health & Safety
  5. Four Valentine’s Day Reminders for Making Your Family Feel Loved

    Mother Hugging DaughterFor many people, family is one of the most important aspects of life. Whether or not you count yourself among those people – when your daily routine gets hectic, you may not make the time to show it. Fortunately, Valentine’s Day is a yearly reminder to stop and set aside time to tell those we love exactly how we feel. Here are four ways you can do just that.

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    Categories: Parenting Tips