Toddlers: 2 yrs – 5 yrs

Making Our Backyards and Parks Safer for Our Kids

Monday, September 24, 2018 By Nina Spears
Making Our Backyards and Playgrounds Safer for Our Kids | Baby Chick

Sponsored by: All images by Creative Clicks Photography. It’s no secret that I try to choose natural options for my child when I can. I do this because I want to do everything in my power to give my son a healthy and safe start at life. This is why I decided to give birth […]


Change Play Sleep: The All-in-One Playard for Babies & Tots

Thursday, September 20, 2018 By Nina Spears

Sponsored by: All images by Creative Clicks Photography. Many parents credit a solid routine with their happiness and normalcy in a home with small children. Our home is no different. My son thrives off of routine, helping him to know exactly what to expect each day. He is much happier and sleeps much better because […]


What is Montessori and Why it Might Work for Your Child

Friday, September 7, 2018 By Bernadetta Pracon
What is Montessori and Why it Might Work for Your Child | Baby Chick

Do you have a dream preschool in mind for your baby? I won’t lie: I didn’t really give preschool much thought until my baby was two years old. In some instances, kids are put on school waiting lists before they turn one. There’s nothing wrong with having priorities, but personally, we just focused on taking […]


Our Potty Training Product Must-Haves

Thursday, August 30, 2018 By Jessica Tomes
Little girl on potty

Potty training — a monumental milestone in both the life of a parent and a child. When the time has come to take that first big step towards independence (the first of many), it’s helpful to have the all of the proper tools for success at your disposal. If you want to survive without pulling […]


Best Mealtime Products for Baby and Toddler

Wednesday, August 15, 2018 By Jessica Tomes
Best Mealtime Products for Baby and Toddler

“People who love to eat are always the best people.” Oh Julia (Child), preach on sister-sister! My own love for food knows no boundaries. My husband jokes that I’ve never met a donut I didn’t like. And he is 100% correct! Healthy food, exotic food, fun food. I adore it all! And I credit much […]


I’m that Crazy Mom Who Put her Toddler in Dance: This is What Happened

Tuesday, August 14, 2018 By Nicole Brunner
Six Good Reasons To Enroll Your Toddler In A Dance Class | Baby Chick

Six weeks ago my 1 year old daughter had her first dance class. Okay, I know that you probably think that I’m an over-the-top mom, and to an extent you are right. However, after extensively looking for a play group for our daughter, we were excited to find that our local dance studio offered a […]


A Letter to My Son’s Security Blanket

Sunday, August 12, 2018 By Hannah Southerland
A Letter to My Son's Security Blanket | Baby Chick

Dear, Blankie– I want to just take this opportunity to set the record straight on some things regarding you. I was never going to be “that mom”, I would boast (pre-kids) that my kids wouldn’t have anything that they would be attached to. Also, I did not want to break any bad habits and I […]


How To Succeed in Potty Training Without Even Crying

Thursday, August 9, 2018 By Jessica Tomes
How To Succeed in Potty Training Without Even Crying | Baby Chick

I am going to be completely and unabashedly honest here. This is my potty training experience on-the-rocks, no chaser. I consider myself a fairly brave woman. We will welcome our third child into this world later this summer — that will bring us to three children under the age of four. That takes balls, my friends. But potty […]


Baby Teeth Eruption Timeline

Tuesday, July 31, 2018 By Ratna Bajpai
Baby Teeth Eruption Timeline | Baby Chick

The appearance of your baby’s teeth is an exciting milestone. We’re going to walk you through your baby’s teething chart and give you the details of which teeth arrive first and how soon will the others follow. Central Incisors The lower front two teeth are “usually” the first to make a shining debut between 6-10 […]


5 Ways to Keep Your Toddler Entertained on a Rainy Day

Tuesday, July 31, 2018 By Cheyenne Bell
rainy day, games, indoor games, toddler, baby chick, cheyenne

Rainy or cold or blistering hot days with toddlers can be . . . challenging. They want to go outside and play, and you would love to send them outside to get that energy out, but the weather is just not cooperating. The kids feel stuck inside and it’s not long before you are all […]