Robin Miller, best-selling cookbook author, nutritionist, and star of The Food Network television show “Quick Fix Meals with Robin Miller”, shares her advice on how to deal with all the tootsie rolls, milky ways, and smarties coming our way.
Posts Tagged ‘Halloween’
Halloween lurks, and the excitement is tangible. Why do kids love getting dressed-up? Does this kind of make-believe serve our children on deeper levels beyond just the fun factor? Dorothy Singer, research scientist and author shrieks a blood-curdling, “Yes!”
Halloween is here, stirring up that tricky mix of playfulness and fear in the little ones. Why do kids often revel in the scary? How can we help them cope with real fear both in and out of spooky season? Michael Crowley, child psychologist and researcher at the Yale Child Study Center, shares some insight into the inner workings of fright in early childhood.
A teacher in Mexico bucks conventional teaching methods and his students thrive, why love is action, and are we guiding our kids to be too careful? These topics are addressed in the posts we’ve gathered from around the web to support and inspire our parenting.
As Halloween opens the door to this season of sweets, how can we help curb our kids’ obsession with sugar? Or does limiting it just make it worse? Esteemed author and Nutrition Consultant, LeeAnn Smith Weintraub RD, weighs in.
Super fun Halloween crafts! Why it’s important to be in photos with your children and why schedules mean security for our kids. All posts gathered from the web to support and inspire our parenting.