When kids are little, they want to do everything themselves. Parents are meant to guide these little tykes in the right direction, but are essentially just prepping them to learn how to manage the world on their own. It only makes sense that they would want to be grown ups sooner rather than later, but once you realize what that actually means, you want to switch back.
Being a parent is a combination of keeping a child and yourself alive while pretending you don’t need much sleep. That being said, if you are lucky enough to get your child to sleep through the night, you have to be quiet as a mouse to keep them that way. Of course, stepping on a LEGO while trying to get to the bathroom at 2am will need to either be prevented entirely or emit a non-existent sound from you to keep said angel babies asleep.
Children these days have a wealth of toys to choose from, where they are able to enjoy the different kinds of gaming options unlike our younger days where the only console to pick from was the Atari 2600, and most of the time we would make good use of our imagination as opposed to forming suggestions for other people’s imaginations like today. Still, Augmented Reality (AR) is an area that is fast expanding into everyday life like vacuum cleaners, so it is not surprising at all that AR will also target children and their toys. NeoBear is all set to release the AR Globe, an AR toy for the little ones some time later this month.
When you have little kids that are just old enough to be out of the high chair, but still need a lift, you might look into getting them a booster seat. Of course, when the time comes, you have to go from the change of sitting in a booster seat to the actual chair. Instead of bringing the kid closer to the table, why not raise up the chair?
Children are incredibly creative, but they aren’t so good at realizing how much of a mess they’re making in the process. While they will help you clean up after a day of playing with Play-Doh or markers, there’s usually a bit of finer detail cleaning that still has to be done. If you could get them to play with soap bubbles your job would already be half done, but unless you feel like whisking soapy water for an hour, that’s not going to be easy to do.
When it comes to high end and high quality speakers, it is rather difficult to move away from brand names such as Bose. After all, they have come up with their fair share of quality products for years, and now we have something that might just pique the interest of your little ones without compromising on quality. Enter the BOSEbuild, which is a hands-on exploration project that falls under Bose’s new “build-it-yourself” category which focuses specifically on kids.
Are you about to bring your family for a holiday trip this summer, building and creating new memories for them to bring with them well into their adult years? A road trip should always be part of the bucket list, although it can be rather difficult or challenging if your little ones start to exhibit their curious nature. Questions are sure to come in thick and fast, with “Are we there yet?” being one of the main, recurring questions. Having said that, if you will indeed bring your little bunch of troopers along, then Kenu has just the thing for you in order to lighten up your load – with the introduction of a coupe of trailblazing products, the Airvue and Groovies.
When you were a kid, how often do you remember going up to your parents and asking for a glass of water? Most of the time we wanted some sort of flavored beverage, Kool-Aid, juice, milk, sweet tea, or on special occasions, free refill hot chocolate at restaurants. Since we’re all reaching an age where we understand the importance of consuming H2O, it makes sense that kids would be healthier if they drank more plain ole water too.