The Most Protective Parents in America

May 22, 2014

Infographic developed for regarding the amount of times parents locate their children using location based software Source


New Baby, New Financial Priorities

March 9, 2014

This isn’t the final approved version that was used by the client. This is the version that I preferred. It captures the shifting financial roles that a new mother faces after giving birth and also shows how banks can meet these new mothers’ needs. Source

How Technology Has Changed Raising Children

How Technology Has Changed Raising Children

August 2, 2013

There may be nothing more blissful than becoming a mom. Whether it is your first or fifth time at the rodeo, it is always an interesting and wonderful journey. These days the journey is far easier with the help of new age technology. Our new infographic explores how different raising a child is today – […]

Modern day dads vs. their 1965 counterparts

Modern day dads vs. their 1965 counterparts

August 1, 2013

Ever wonder how dads today stack up to their counterparts of past generations? Here’s statistical proof the modern father is upping his parenting game—and yet something is amiss. Despite putting in record number of hours with the kids, modern day dads aren’t feeling the love. Source

Super Dad

Super Dad

May 10, 2013

One of the most crucial elements of childhood is having a great father. A “father” does not necessarily live with the child’s mother, and may not even be the biological father, but he can still be a super dad. Source


How Motherhood Has Changed During Last 100 Years

March 4, 2013

This Infographic looks at how motherhood (as well as having babies) has changed over the past 100 years. There are quite a few differences and yet the role of mothers is just as important as ever. Source


Public Opinion Agrees 13 Is an Appropriat Age To Get Facebook Page

December 18, 2012

Social media, and Facebook in particular, has been booming for years, making it increasingly more difficult to avoid in our everyday lives. For parents, that can be a scary thought. The ease with which social media connects users has sparked conversation about new legislation, hoping to minimize the risk with safety mandates, and it’s frightening […]

Parenting Resources and Family Lifestyle

Parenting Resources and Family Lifestyle

November 20, 2012

Prematurity, defined as being born before 37 weeks completed gestation, disrupts a baby’s development in the womb, often stunting the growth of some of the body’s most critical organs. At birth, preemies often have difficulty with breathing, feeding and maintaining temperature. Because their immune systems haven’t had time to fully mature, preterm infants are more […]

Parental Discretion Advised

Parental Discretion Advised

November 7, 2012

Guilty of stalking your child’s Facebook page in your spare time? Or poking fun at your mom for that time she asked you what a Facebook wall was? Social networking is bringing an entirely new dimension to family interactions. At Lab42, they were especially curious how parent and child relationships played out on Facebook. They […]

The Spy Who Raised Me

The Spy Who Raised Me

September 20, 2012

There is a lot you can tell about a person by reading their Facebook profile. From incriminating photos to friendship insights, Facebook tells all. That’s one of the reasons so may parents are joining Facebook, according to a recent study. As it turns out, more than half of parents use the popular social network to […]

Everything You Need to Know About Mother’s Day

August 9, 2012

We live in a cynical age where kids know more than adults, there’s nasty stuff on the news and England never win at football; but Mums are still the most important person in most of our lives and Mother’s day is as important as ever. Even the Romans took time out of conquering the known […]

Teens and Money

Teens and Money

June 26, 2012

How teens feel about their understanding of personal finances and how their parents teaching them responsible spending habits. Source