Special occasions are milestones in a child’s life. Every birthday, every religious holiday, every summer vacation and new school year are signs the child is getting older and growing up. As adults, we may not get too excited by another birthday, but when you’re only six, turning seven is a really big deal. You may not remember the day you learned to read your own name, but at the time, it was an amazing feeling.
I love you. No matter how often you say it to your child, those three little words never get old. Knowing they’re loved makes children feel secure and safe. A loved child is a confident child, always willing to try and learn new things. I See Me! offers various books and gifts to help you remind your little one she or he’s adored on every page. Written and illustrated by award-winning authors and illustrators, these
Choosing baby shower gifts can be difficult. Do you opt for the practical or the sentimental? The baby bath or the cuddly toy? What if you bring a duplicate gift—an awkward situation for all concerned? Here’s a few suggestions to help you choose the best possible gifts for mothers. Coordinate Gifts If you know other people attending the shower, ask what gifts they plan on bringing. Not only does this help avoid duplicates, it