Helping Preschoolers Develop an Attitude of Gratitude

It’s never too soon to begin teaching your little one about gratitude. Children as young as 2 can begin practicing basic expressions of gratitude, like…

Positive Parenting Tips for the Under-Five Set

Overly strict parenting typically results in either rebellious, angry children or children who don’t develop a healthy ability to speak for themselves. Overly permissive parents…

Navigating Parent Insecurities

In celebration of Working Parents Day, we took on parental guilt and gave five moms the surprise of their lives by sharing video testimonials from friends, family members, teachers and coworkers who validated that they’re doing a great job as parents – despite their personal insecurities. Their reactions show the magic that happens when we lift each other up.
Mom is surprised by family video on a laptop while being interviewed

Is Parent Guilt Real?

At Primrose, we decided to tackle parent guilt head on by finding a unique way to reassure parents that they’re doing a great job – even if it doesn’t always feel that way.

Flying with Kids? Read Our 6 Smart Travel Tips First

On a good day, air travel alone is stressful. Bring a child or two into the equation, and you’re close to reaching critical mass. From…

4 Tips for Gearing Up for the New School Year

As a parent, the start of a new school year brings up mixed feelings for me: On the one hand, our little ones will be…

9 Ways to Banish Boredom

When your children cry, “I’m bored!” this is a wonderful window of opportunity to help them flex their exploration and creativity muscles. Today’s young children…

6 Ways to Help Your Preschooler Make Friends

Parents play a major role in helping young children develop a healthy social life. While it is essential that little ones have ample time and…

Snacktivity: Healthy S’Mores

Making s’mores over a fire is an easy warm-weather activity perfect for families. You can substitute healthier ingredients for a guilt-free version that your kids…
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