Planning for the arrival of your second baby can be both exciting and daunting. In this guide, we’ll help you get your home, your firstborn and your mind ready for number two.
School Aged Kids
Starting school is a huge step for children and parents alike. We help you navigate the transition and all the joys and challenges school-aged kids face throughout the years.
New to The Tot: The cutest, softest, sustainable tees for babes through to big kids!
Montessori has so many materials, is it possible in a small home? With these 5 tips, it is!
In this article we look at the mental disorders that can affect children and what parents can do to identify and manage them.
With so many brands green-washing our shelves with claims like, ‘natural’ and ‘organic’ we have dived deep into ingredients lists and third-party lab testing results to find truly clean + baby-friendly skincare for our families.
Did you know that toxic chemicals in your couch can enter your breast milk? Or that toddlers and infants playing on the floor are at greatest risk for exposure? Chemicals known to be linked to serious health impacts are introduced into our homes under the guise of making us safe. Until recently, no one has had the authority to do anything about it. Here’s how to avoid flame retardants in your family’s furniture, clothing & gear.
Being a kid in 2021 definitely comes with some future bragging rights, but in the moment – it can feel scary, hard and sometimes even unfair. In this article, we look at the importance of mindfulness as well as five ways you can help your child practice it.
Volatile Organic Compounds, commonly referred to as VOCs, can be found in thousands of products including (but definitely not limited to) furniture, mattresses, car seats, flooring and fragrance. But what exactly are VOCs and how do they affect our health? In this article, we take a closer look at VOCs and share our tips for reducing your exposure.
Have you heard contradicting things about Montessori? Clear things up with these common Montessori myths explained!
Do you know what play schemas your child is most into? Montessori Educator, Christina Clemer, talks about what they are and how to incorporate them in play.