Hair braiding is a beautiful and traditional way to style black children's hair. By following these hair braiding tips for black children, parents can create beautiful and healthy hairstyles that their kids will love.
When you’re expecting, it’s difficult to know exactly what you will need for your newborn and what products are best for you. To help we’ve created a checklist of all the baby essentials you might need during your pregnancy and for your newborn baby during the first few months.
When kids are, well, kids, they don’t exactly have a knack for doing their own hair. Thankfully, just like adults, kiddos have plenty of hair accessories to choose from to mix up their daily hairstyles. From barrettes and ponytail holders to colorful headbands, you and your little ones have a variety of fun accessories to choose from. They can complete their outfit of the day with any one of these adorable kids hair accessories.
Your due date is drawing closer and although you may feel as if you have to scramble to get all the pieces in place before your newborn arrives, take a deep breath! Consider this your ultimate guide to prepping for your new baby in the weeks before your delivery date.
As we enter a new year with lots of hope and opportunity, we can’t ignore that the global pandemic that has affected almost every aspect of our lives continues to rage on, bringing with it a host of new and continued restrictions. Observing stay-at-home orders means trips to the spa or gym may not be in the cards right now. Finding ways to honor ourselves, our feelings, and attending to our own needs is important now more than ever.
Childhood stress can be present in any setting that requires the child to adapt or change. Stress may be caused by positive changes, such as starting a new activity, but it is most commonly linked with negative changes such as illness or death in the family. With all the changes happening in their little bodies and minds, toddlers are often sensitive to the world around them and are prone to feeling stress.