What better way to show Mom how much you love her than by helping out in the kitchen? Whether you choose to invite friends over for a casual brunch, or simply enjoy the occasion as a family, you'll make her day extra special with these delicious recipes. The best part? Lots of kid-friendly ideas, so everyone can pitch in!
With your wife's first Mother's Day only a blink away, it's time to come up with a game plan to wow her in a major way. After all, she's braved pregnancy, childbirth, and countless sleepless nights in her first year as a mom. We've pulled together some of our favorite ideas to help inspire you.
Once your baby starts walking, he's got the world -- and all its potential hazards -- at his fingertips. But while her new motor skills allow her to maneuver about the house, your toddler still lacks the common sense to know what's harmful and dangerous. Follow our room-by-room checklist to reduce your child's risk of injury.
California mom Rubyellen Bratcher, author of Let's Sew Together! (due spring 2014 from Potter Craft) and the popular lifestyle blog Cakies (mycakies.com), invites us for a tour of the bright and inspiring spaces she shares with her husband and four young daughters. The house isn't large, but it's packed with brilliant (and budget-friendly) ideas. Here, she offers her thoughts on how to make a home that celebrates creativity, fosters togetherness, and embraces the happy chaos of life with kids.
Every baby has a distinct character that most likely matches one of the two main personality types: Type A (intense and highly motivated) or Type B (laid-back and content). Find out which type fits your tot!