When determining the best child care option for your family, tuition cost inevitably plays an important role. But it’s only one of the factors parents must consider, which is why researching and selecting child care options can feel like such an overwhelming decision.
As many of us make travel plans for the holidays, I've compiled a few of the tips and tricks I've learned to help make trips with young children a little easier. I've also included some advice for air travel from my good friend and fellow Primrose mom, Leslie. She and her husband are raising two little frequent flyers, so she's a pro!
The bedtime routine in our house is sacred. We have dinner and then my wife takes our youngest, Campbell, upstairs for her bath. Campbell needs at least 11 hours of uninterrupted sleep, which means she needs to be in her crib by 6:30 p.m. Once Campbell is down, I take Bennett for his bath, read him a book, fetch his usual nightcap of warm water and then it’s lights out by 7:30 p.m.
It’s easy to make football a family tradition by getting your kids excited about your team. From dressing your kids in team attire when they are too young to have any say about their clothes to taking them to games, there are plenty of easy ways to get them into the football spirit. As your little one gets older, the fun only continues.
Pumpkin patches, apple picking and falling leaves — fall is here and there are endless ways to celebrate with your kids! We asked parents to share some of their favorite ways to ring in the season. Check out our bucket list below for easy fall activities.
We love to celebrate big moments and milestones at Primrose and family reunions are no exception. One Primrose school pulled off the ultimate surprise celebration – a sweet homecoming after one Primrose mom’s long deployment!
Most of us save our children’s artwork so that we can share the memories with them once they’re older, but we can do many amazing things with their artwork while they’re still young. Here are four easy ideas.