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Potty training your kid doesn’t mean you have to lock yourself in the house. Follow these tips for potty training on the go, and your little one will be accident-free in no time.
Sometimes it’s not how it tastes, it’s how it looks that determines whether toddlers love or hate their lunch. Here are some quick ideas guaranteed to win you a thumb’s up.
Bathtime can be fun for both you and your baby. From how often to bathe your baby to the temperature of the bath water, we’ve got answers that will help you safely make a splash with your little one.
Making arts and crafts with is always going to involve some kind of mess, but with the right mindset—and a few handy tools—you can take the stress out of craft time with your kids.
There’s something special about marking a new season with a special activity. Classic, seasonal outings like apple picking have taken on new meaning for us now that we are parents. Sure, it means less hard cider, but we enjoy the season now by making these kid-friendly and kid-approved apple recipes.
With a tiny bit of planning and weekend prep, I’ve discovered how to make pretty decent homemade snacks for my toddler, even during a busy week. These four ideas share easy ways to offer your toddler or baby healthy snacks—including a recipe for my son’s favorite Whole Wheat Cheese Crackers.
When deciding what to bring new parents, you have options. Meals are an easy option—but think beyond just bringing dinners. These gift and meal ideas guarantee a you’ll arrive with a thoughtful and useful gift every new parent will appreciate.
Let’s be honest. Making weekday school lunches for your kids can be daunting. You want something healthy, but it needs to be easy to prepare too. Four OXO parents weigh in on how they keep lunchtime interesting for their kids.
We’ve all been there—thinking we’ve diligently cleaned every part of the sippy cup, only to discover a hidden detachable part harboring untold gunk and mold. With the right tools and our step-by-step guide, however, you’ll easily enjoy sparkling clean sippy cups.
Help your antsy kids or picky eaters stay occupied during Thanksgiving dinner with these genius ideas.
If your kid has one of the typical food allergies—or has friends who do—there’s no need to get anxious about what to serve for meals, snacks or playdate treats. Allergy-friendly alternatives are easy to find: Here are simple swaps for six common food allergies.
Freaking out about potty training? Relax. We asked parents who've survived the challenge to share their best tips on when to start potty training, and how to get your kid ready.