The teething stage can be a very rough and difficult phase for parents and babies alike. The constant crying, the discomfort, the feelings of frustration, and helplessness can be a lot to bear.
As a parent, it is completely normal to want to do everything within your power to relieve your child's discomfort and help them sail through this painful and uncomfortable period, with ease.
Back to School season is officially here, which means you'll soon be responsible again for packing up your child's school lunches and snacks. It isn't always easy to make sure your child eats healthy. After all, kids love sweets. But the good news is that there are some snacks you can pack into your child's school lunch that can do double-duty for their physical health and their dental health.
When your child settles down to go to sleep, the last thing you expect to hear as a parent is the sound of them grinding their teeth. But childhood teeth grinding is more common than you think. In fact, approximately 30% of children grind their teeth while they're sleeping or in response to stress.
Teeth grinding can be very bad for your child's teeth just like it can be for adults. But what ex