New parents have a lot on their minds: making sure that their babies are well cared for, keeping the house tidy, keeping themselves healthy, and getting enough sleep to make it all happen. During those first weeks of new parenthood, some things inevitably may fall by the wayside, but one thing that should not go unattended is insurance.
Here are some of the kinds of insurance that new parents should have, to help prepare for whatever weather the future may bring:
Children are often curious about the food they eat, where it comes from, and how it is made. Starting in preschool, kids are old enough to begin helping with meal preparation and making dishes themselves. Allowing your children to join you in the kitchen can be a fun learning experience and a way to gain quality family time.
Here are some fun recipes:
A number of free shopping apps can help you to manage a budget as well as save money on essential and non-essential items. Start using these seven apps to save money:
1) Search and shop for a particular item. Some apps may be able to help you shop for something you’re looking for. One of them, “The Hunt,” claims to have more than three million friends to help you shop, and explains that by posting a photo of an item or outfit, other people will tell you where to find it, help style it, or where to get it for less money. If you feel so inclined, you can help others do the same.
As recent high school graduates prepare for college or full-time work, they may be ready to break from the reins of family life and discover who they are away from the family nest. This can be extremely challenging for parents who are used to helping their children deal with every drama and emergency, real or imagined.
College-age children still need parental guidance and support. The question is how to support them and how much support to give.
As soon as your child learns to speak, you’ll want to help him learn to pronounce and spell his or her name. Start with his or her first name and then, once he or she has got that down, you can move on to his middle and last name. Following are some fun activities and tips you can use to teach him his name: