Parent Education

Handy Tips to Stop Bedtime Drama

Dear Parent,

Does the very thought of "bedtime" make you want to wince?  Getting your child to bed is not an easy task, but the solution is closer than you think. Come learn what you can do to help your child transition from playtime to bedtime. Registered dietitian, Mrs. Katrina Sobecky, will be at the library to help you solve your bedtime drama.
• Nutrition and Bedtime
• Establishing a Consistent Routine
• Handy Tips to Use @ Home
When: Monday, March 14th @ 7:00 pm
Ms. Christine will present a short activity for children following this program. 

Safe Sleep for Baby

According to the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, "On average, almost 400 Texas babies die in their sleep each year - suddenly, unexpectedly, and without a clear explanation or due to accidental suffocation or strangulation. That's why it is so important to always give babies "Room to Breathe."

There are several simple steps that parents can take that will help ensure the safety of their infant. Additional information can be found on the links below.  

Keeping a Watchful Eye

During hot summer days, water activities are a great way to exercise and cool off. Even though the kids are back in school, many Texans will be enjoying the beach and local pool for weeks to come. As the days roll into fall, it's easy to become more relaxed and less mindful of the dangers of water, I wanted to remind everyone about water safety.


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