Category: Education

weeLove: Stellar Sleep Education from pip & grow

Dear Tired Parents, Mindful Sleep Courses for Your Family Here’s an all too common occurrence: It’s time for the baby to sleep. The baby is definitely not on board with the plan. Everyone in the room is visibly stressed out and/or crying. “Fun times!” said no parent, ever! Create a calm and consistent environment...

weeLove: An Anti-Racist Resource for Families

Ditto Magazine Anti-Racist Reading for Kids We teach our kids lots (and lots) of things… how to sleep through the night, share toys, successfully eat a cracker without it combusting into a million crumbs…the list goes on. There’s a whole host of even bigger responsibilities that come along with raising good...

weeLove: All Eyes on Ocushield

Stressed about screen time? A must-have for healthy eyes Technology is a huge part of our lives, especially these days as kiddos spend a lot more time playing and learning online. One recent study showed that screen time is up 200% since COVID-19 lockdowns began 6 months ago! While there are big...

weeLove: Knowing how to vote, 2020 edition

Your voice matters Make sure it’s heard this election ICYMI, there’s a pretty big election happening soon. Casting your vote allows you to make a choice for how you want your lives, your families’ lives, and those of your neighbors and friends to be moving forward. It is a tremendous...

krystal, the founder of milky mama, stands at the counter in a kitchen, with boxes of her Milky Mama lactation treats in the background

weeLove: Desserts that do Double Duty

Milky Mama Lactation Treats to Boost Supply Breastfeeding can be incredibly joyful… and incredibly challenging all at the same time (welcome to parenthood!). From clogged ducts to low milk supply, there’s a lot to contend with as you get into the groove. That’s why Krystal Duhaney, a Registered Nurse, International Board...

a black man stands behind a young brown girl who's holding a book titled "A Kids Book About Racism"

weeLove: When Should You Talk to Your Kids About Racism?

A Bookshelf Essential A Kids Book About Racism Spoiler:  It’s never too early. Research even shows that babies as young as three months-old are able to differentiate race (Yep, really!), so starting sooner rather than later can actually have a marked impact. And as such, now more than ever, many parents may...