Eva Amurri’s Biggest “Parenting Fail”

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Every parent has a moment they wish they could re-do, and for mom of 3 Eva Amurri, that moment happened when her oldest, daughter Marlowe, was 4 months old.

In a new interview with People the actress and blogger behind Happily Eva After recalls the moment when she experienced her “biggest parenting fail” and Marlowe “rolled off the changing table”.

A lot of parents can relate to this. It happens so much. According to the CDC, about 50% of nonfatal injuries in babies under a year old come from falls. Amurri is hardly the only parent to have this

How to help children adjust to masks, according to experts and parents

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Adjusting to face masks has been a challenge for many children — and it’s a problem that’s only going to intensify as more and more kids and teens head back to in-person day care, child care and school. Here are some tips to make the process a little easier.

Who should wear a mask?

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommend that children 2 and older wear face coverings indoors or out anytime they can’t stay six feet or more away from others.

“For safety reasons, a mask should never be

Mom argues that parents shouldn’t buy their kids toys

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Tiffany Aufmann is the mother of two children. While she doesn’t post too frequently on her TikTok, Aufmann went viral in July for doing a little experiment with her baby. The mom made a bold claim: kids don’t actually need toys

Now before jumping to any conclusions. Aufmann doesn’t deprive her children of the brightly-colored, play objects. Many of her kid’s toys are featured in the experiment. What Aufmann demonstrates is that when it comes down to a toy made for a child and an everyday object, kids usually are more interested in the latter. Or at least, her

How one tech expert simplifies life with toddlers

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When you have young kids, even the most mundane tasks can become challenging — not to mention the actual parenting. From face masks to sunscreen, products designed for kids run the gamut, as do products that help parents deal with their kids. As a tech writer and product reviewer, I’m always on the hunt for ways to streamline my daily life, especially with regards to technology — handling my two toddlers is no different. Here are a few gadgets I’ve found over the years that have made my life easier in that sense.

When my wife and I had