Sleepovers, slumber parties -- whatever you want to call them -- kids love them, and most parents dread them. If your child is planning her first slumber party, follow our survival tips to make it through the night.Read Full Story
Whether it's your child's first sleepover or your teen's 100th slumber party, child safety should be the most important factor when giving your kiddo the go-ahead to sleep at another family's home. From knowing when your child is old enough to creating a code word to come home, check out these five sleepover safety guidelines.Read Full Story
It happens to the best parents. Sometime between first and fifth grade, your child comes to you with a request. "Can I have a sleepover party for my birthday this year?" And whether it's because you're tired of always saying no, you just can't take the whining, or you genuinely think it's a good idea, you say yes. A few days later, reality sinks in. You realize that four to eight (or, God bless you, even more) children are going to come to your house and not leave. You consider faking a terminal illness, or at least a severe flu, but quickly determine that your child simply won't care. And neither will all the other parents who have already booked themselves overnight spa treatments and fancy dinners, because, hello? Free babysitting! So, back to your dilemma: What to Do With All These Children. Don't panic. We've got you covered.Read Full Story
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