3 Creative, Seasonal Ways to Announce Your New Addition
Finding out you’re having a baby might be one of the most exciting moments of your life. And sharing your news with family and friends is part of the excitement.…
Parents doing taxes with their baby
Few changes are more wonderful — or important — than becoming a new parent. If you had a baby in 2014, your new addition can affect your 2014 tax return in several…
Share Your Day Care Cost Concerns via E-Cards
Newborn babies seem to arrive hand-in-hand with new expenses. One of the biggest expenditures new parents may encounter is the cost of day care. According to the Association of Child Care…
Wise Words for New Parents: Save Money on Baby Expenses During the First Year
Parents who’ve already been through the first year with a newborn will tell you that as prepared as they felt at the time, they were still caught off guard by…
Baby’s Almost Mobile: How to Baby-Proof Your Home
If your little one is on the move and close to her first steps, it might be time to baby-proof your home. You may already have basic precautionary measures in…
The 6 Big Baby Expenses You Need to Plan for
From having them, to housing them, to keeping them healthy and happy—babies aren’t cheap. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture‘s annual report Cost of Raising a Child, parents can expect to…
baby in car seat
Hundreds of products are recalled each year for a variety of reasons, and many times those recalls include car seats.  Some car seats just need a repair kit or a…
Car Seat 101: Keeping Kids Safe [INFOGRAPHIC]
Car safety is a top priority when driving your kids from place to place. Defensive driving is one way that can be accomplished. Making sure your child is properly secured…
Child Car Safety: Buckle Up Securely
As your child gets older, he or she will need special types of restraints to keep them safe in the car depending on the age, weight and/or height of the…