The Kinkeli Hut model provides a cozy place to curl up and read a book, and fits nicely into smaller nurseries, bedrooms and playrooms. Additional divider segments can also be purchased to create functional playhouse-style “villages” in large rooms.
Archive for April, 2014
Amsterdam-based bedding and cushion company Snurk has designed a collection of children’s bedding that doesn’t just evoke excitement but also imagination!
When our little ones are born, it is a wholly natural reaction to want to cuddle with them all the time. After all, they’re real cuties! But did you know that all of that snuggle time you’re getting in is actually helping your baby develop social skills? A new research study shows that the “cuddle chemical” that is released during pregnancy, birth and breastfeeding have been shown to have a “profound” impact on how babies interact.
Every now and again, right in the middle of an ordinary day, a miracle happens. That’s certainly what occurred in India last week when a passerby saved the life of a newborn as he was enjoying his early morning walk.
In December IKEA announced a recall of about 23 million children’s wall-mounted lamps after a 16-month-old child in a crib died when they became entangled in the lamp’s cord. Today the company has expanded the recall to include 20 new new models, or about 7 million more units.
It’s not secret that hackers will find anyway they can to get access to your personal information. Heartbleed, the bug that rocked the internet this month shows us that we really aren’t ever safe. But when it comes to our personal electronics, we often forget they can be just as susceptible to security breaches.
It won’t be long now before Kendra Wilkinson and her family meet their new addition. Still staying active in her last couple weeks of pregnancy the reality star was photographed attending her son Hank Jr’s soccer practice over the weekend.
United Kingdom toddler Carson Ayre is much like any other three year-old. With a beautiful smile, and an always bubbly personality, he looks the perfect picture of health for a child his age. But it wasn’t always like that for Carson and his family.
In this ever-changing world of technology, it is amazing how quickly things change. For example, for a while now, when women were pregnant, they had the option of attending classes focused on prenatal education over the course of their pregnancies. But unfortunately, not everyone can attend these classes due to prior commitments, medical reasons or […]
Some of us come from large families, others from small ones. Some of us are the youngest in our family, while others fall somewhere in the middle, and then of course there are the first-born children. But does birth order really matter? A new study suggests that it definitely does. In fact first-born children have been found to excel further than their siblings.