Safe Internet Practices for Winter Surfing

Kid-friendly sites ensure safety when web-surfing

During the winter months when children are cooped up inside because of bad weather, they are more likely to spend time on the Internet than if the sun is shining and they are able to go play outside. While it might be a good way to make sure children are occupied on a snowy Sunday afternoon, how can … [Read more...]

Ghoulish Halloween Costumes

Alien

We love really making Halloween come alive, like a zombie clawing up through the dirt. Rummaging through the garage for Halloween props and ornaments, decorating the lawn with ghosts, goblins and headstones, covering the shrubs with spider webs, and topping it off with spooky music to greet … [Read more...]

Help kids stay fashionable and functional throughout the school year

Smiles all around with a computer from eBay Classifieds

Summer’s in the rear view mirror and winter is just around the corner. Kids are going to need new fashionable clothes, sporting equipment, updated computers and other techie gadgets. eBay Classifieds is the safe family friendly local classifieds where your kids can find what they want at … [Read more...]

eBay Classifieds Earns PTPA Media Inc. Seal of Approval

Parent tested parent approved

eBay Classifieds has been awarded the influential Parent Tested Parent Approved (PTPA) Media Inc.’s Seal of Approval for excellence in parenting products for eBay Classifieds’ family-friendly, free and local online classifieds. When we started eBay Classifieds, we knew that in addition to … [Read more...]

Twitter chat: Teaching Children the Value of Money

Last week, our guest for our summer Twitter chat series was Money Mama Lori Mackey of Prosperity4Kids who discussed how to teach children the value of money. As an award winning author of the children’s book Money Mama & The Three Little Pigs, creator of Money Mama and the Smarter Piggy … [Read more...]

To Nanny or Not to Nanny

Molly Ney and Friend

Photo courtesy of Shannon Kiss, Art by Design Studios The thought of someone other than me nurturing Jack, taking care of his bumps and bruises, soothing him when he’s sad or watching him achieve milestones like first steps or words was too emotional for me to even consider when he was an … [Read more...]