We know the health and wellbeing of your child is priority number one. Along with childproofing your home, it is equally important to be prepared for the times when your little one gets sick or injured. It’s essential to have a well-stocked medicine cabinet, filled with all the medical products you’ll need to care for your child if they become ill.
Whether it's a stuffy nose, a fever, or a cough, there are certain items that every parent should have on hand to help alleviate their child's discomfort and promote their speedy recovery.
Is it time to ditch the diapers? Making the transition from diapers to using the toilet is a major milestone for little ones when it comes to asserting their independence.
This month we’re sharing some tips and products to help make potty training more manageable (and fun) for all involved!
Many children display signs of being ready for potty training between ages 18 and 24 months, but others may show no interest until they hit the 3-year mark and that’s ok too! All children develop at different rates, and no two kids are quite the same, so it’s important to make sure that your child is ready for the toilet.
The start of a new year is a great time to take stock of your home, you might even feel inspired to tick through your “fix-it” list, rearrange furniture or update your décor.
As you review your home’s repair and aesthetic needs, we recommend that you review your childproofing efforts as well. Performing regular childproofing check ups throughout the year is important as your little one moves through their developmental stages - from baby, to crawler, to toddler.
‘Tis the season for sparkling lights, cozy fires and delicious treats. It’s the time of year for your little one to experience the wonderful sights, sounds and smells of holidays - perhaps for the very first time! This month we share some tips to help make your home safer for those “tiny tots with their eyes all aglow” as you celebrate this winter.
Every family benefits from adopting healthy habits together! We all know how essential it is to practice healthy daily routines, such as washing your hands, and it’s just as important to instill these habits in our little ones. The expert team at Dreambaby® suggests breaking down big goals into manageable habits as this will help you and your family achieve goals faster and more efficiently.
Practice Good Personal Hygiene
Teaching kids to brush their teeth twice a day from a very young age will help prevent cavities, tooth decay and gum disease. Keeping your mouth healthy also includes eating less sugary foods – especially when snacking on candy and treats. Try our Toothbrush Set, which encourages your toddler to learn correct brus
Parents remember to baby-proof their homes when a new baby arrives however, they often overlook doing the same for their vehicles. Before you even get into the car, think about the items you will need to safeguard your vehicle to help reduce potentially unsafe areas and keep your baby comfortable.
With holiday excitement in the air, safety proofing might not be top of mind when beginning to decorate your home.
Here are 5 easy ways you can make help make your home safer for children amidst the holidays!