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Dealing with Separation Anxiety: What to Do When Your Child Won’t Let You Go

Dealing with Separation Anxiety: What to Do When Your Child Won’t Let You Go
Techniques to pry them off, from a parent who's been there.

How To Limit Your Kids’ Screen Time Without Provoking Massive Tantrums

How To Limit Your Kids’ Screen Time Without Provoking Massive Tantrums
When to take the phone or tablet away and how to do it peacefully

5 Ways Scandinavian Moms Have Hacked Parenting

5 Ways Scandinavian Moms Have Hacked Parenting
From letting their little ones run wild outside to plenty of play-based learning.

How to Tell If Your Child May Be Gifted, Just By Looking at Their Art

How to Tell If Your Child May Be Gifted, Just By Looking at Their Art
You'll want to give your kid's latest creations a second glance before storing them.

4 Effective Tips to Keep Your Cool in the Face of Kid Meltdowns and Defiance

4 Effective Tips to Keep Your Cool in the Face of Kid Meltdowns and Defiance
Just because your kid is getting angry or upset doesn't mean you have to also.

The Best Non-Technology Activities for Your Kids

The Best Non-Technology Activities for Your Kids
As a parent, it can be hard to balance child rearing and tasks at home. While quality time with our children is important, we must encourage them to entertain themselves so we can address other chores and responsibilities. While using technology as a distr

The 10 Biggest Myths About Homeschooling Moms

The 10 Biggest Myths About Homeschooling Moms
No. 1? That we don’t work.

6 Low-Effort, High-Payoff Ways to Keep a Sick Kid Occupied While You Try to Work from Home

6 Low-Effort, High-Payoff Ways to Keep a Sick Kid Occupied While You Try to Work from Home
Keep your patient entertained so you can get the job done.

10 Low and No Cost Ways to Nurture Your Child’s Creativity

10 Low and No Cost Ways to Nurture Your Child’s Creativity
It's not enough to teach your children the basics of personal finance.

How much sleep do my kids really need?

How much sleep do my kids really need?
At Dream Pillow, we always want to provide education and help parents along their journey. One of the most common questions that we get asked is how many hours of sleep do our children really need? Of course the answer varies by age, but the answer starts with knowing just how important a solid night of sleep for toddlers, kids, and teens really is.

Introducing the Idea of Visualization to your Kids

Introducing the Idea of Visualization to your Kids

While we love the idea of Dream Pillow providing kids (and parents) a restful night of sleep, but positive thinking and visualization isn’t just for nighttime. Teaching kids to visualize, or “make pictures in their mind” is a great way to introduce the idea of manifestation, and there are also great benefits in education such as reading comprehension and overall retention.

Banish the Bogeyman, and other Scary Monsters!

Banish the Bogeyman, and other Scary Monsters!
Did you know that the origins of the Bogeyman date all the way back to the 1800’s? Originating from the English word “bogge” meaning hobgoblin, almost every culture throughout the world has a tall tale of a scary monster that haunts small children.