We often see them in bars, but other forms are also found in homes. Stools have become widely used furniture pieces, and they sure have a colorful and interesting history. You see, in England, a stool was originally a seat for just one person. Unlike chairs, stools have no back and can be transferred or moved.
Have you ever seen reality TV shows featuring children aged 8-12 cooking? Quite adorable aren’t they? They’re truly awe-inspiring. You probably wish your child, or nephew or niece, would do the same. It’s quite possible. You just need teach them.
When piles of work, endless meetings, and absentee nannies make parenting almost impossible, daycares are the parents’ go-to havens. With the increase in the demand for daycares, comes the boom in daycare centers’ availability. Some corporations have even adopted the use of in-house daycares as a remedy to employee absenteeism. With the growing demand for daycares, what are the key factors parents should consider in choosing one?