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It became apparent on Christmas morning last year that something needed to change. We were definitely overdoing it. We looked at a few ideas on Pinterest, but then we discovered this one… and it changed our thinking completely.
What’s your game plan for parenting? Do you have one? Are you intentional about what you are doing? Having a family game plan is vital to maintain a winning season. Here are some tips that you may find helpful.
SeaWorld, like other theme parks, is filled with roller-coasters and rides and LOTS of great adventures for older kids. But what about the younger kiddos? Here is a guide especially for the tiny tots.
Who knew a tiny amount of egg could be such a big problem? Zeroing in on my son’s food allergies, and becoming an educated parent, has been a long, tedious and sometimes scary road.
We started each child in infant swim lessons shortly after they learned to crawl. They learned to float as infants and then swim-float-swim as toddlers.
2014 was certainly the year of innovation in the beauty industry, and we’ re predicting even bigger and better trends for 2015.
If you are like me, resolutions are not a good fit. Here are some tips I will be following to help me – and I hope they may help you too – if you find yourself struggling in the …
I do not recommend co-sleeping. I do agree that when humans slept in caves, newborns slept with or on top of their mothers. I also recognize that babies sleep their best on their mother’s belly.
In all honestly, I can cook. I just didn’t grow up learning the art of cooking; and it truly is an art. Here’s my take-away on how to make meal planning simple.
The worst critics of moms are (drum roll please….) other moms. (I) wish that moms could quit judging other moms and instead be supportive of each other, recognizing that no one way works for all families all of the time.
Realizing that an artificial-turf marriage wouldn’t last, this couple learned a key strategy: Love and Respect.