Posts filed under: Parenting Advice

Halloween is just around the corner and we couldn’t be more excited! I’ve always loved this spooky holiday, but I’ve found a new love for it as a mom. I’ve learned Halloween is about so much more than the treats....
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After you give birth, your body starts working on getting back to its pre-pregnancy state. Your midsection is deflated, and it takes time for things to get back to normal. Because of this, it’s not uncommon to feel like your...
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I know this is a little overdue (approx 4 months overdue) but I am finally ready to share my birth story. My delay was in part life with 3 little ones is often chaos and next I was finding personal...
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I think one of the hardest things as a parent is witnessing your child not feel well with limited options to make her feel better. Olive woke up from her nap and something seemed off. She was not her normal...
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One thing every mom wishes she had more of is time. We do not have control over how many hours are in the day but we do have control over how we use the hours we do have. Below I...
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We have officially gone two months with ZERO screen time and we like the results. I have a three year-old son and a 15-month old daughter. Eliminating all screen time has resulted in less tantrums, fewer bad-attitude days, fewer potty...
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In midst of constantly trying to be super mom, many moms are foregoing the most essential ingredient in achieving such a role, SLEEP! I find many of my mommy friends are functioning on very little sleep all too often. Caffeine...
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The kitchen can be a great classroom for your child. It provides ample opportunities to teach a variety of things from colors to counting, food groups and the importance of nutrition. In addition, involving your child in the kitchen will...
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In today’s current parenting environment the pressure to enroll your child in preschool seems to begin early and earlier. Today, many “preschool” programs start as early as 18 months. As a parent, that means you will have to relinquish some control...
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Help your child get used to the idea of a sibling with these activities that will prepare your family for the second baby....
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