One of the first questions I always get asked when I tell people about something new in my life is "Why" and if I am being honest, a lot of the time it comes off really judgmental. I know it's a part of human nature to be curious about everything but the judgment is a… Continue reading Making Decisions and Answering to People
This article is written and submitted by Emily Graham from Mighty Moms. Image via Pexels Nature-Deficit Disorder refers to the idea that kids these days are so disconnected from the outdoors that they’re suffering as a result. With video games being more popular than ever, not to mention the rise of binge-watching on streaming networks,… Continue reading How to Safeguard Your Family Against Nature-Deficit Disorder
Today I want to share with y'all what our daily routine has been looking like. I won't include times because we all know that everyday looks different and as much as we may want, things don't always happen right on schedule. Before school. I set my alarm to be awake before the girls so that… Continue reading Our Daily Routine
They say that when you’re a parent, the days are long and the years are short. Your kid will quickly grow up before your eyes, and the choices you make each and every day make a massive difference in how they develop. To better understand your child’s stages and how to support them, look into… Continue reading How to Support and Encourage Your Child’s Long-Term Development – Guest Post
Todays post is another amazing piece from Emily at Mighty Moms! Encouraging your kids to eat more vegetables can sometimes feel as intense as a high-stakes negotiation between Fortune 500 companies. Actually, that’s not a fair comparison -- corporate takeovers are probably easier. However, there are a few tricks you can take from the boardroom… Continue reading Guest Post – How Fortune 500 Companies Can Help Your Kids Eat More Vegetables
This post was contributed by Emily from Mighty Moms! Please be sure to check out her website! Image via Pexels Most parents want to ensure that their kids will have the right tools to make healthy choices as they grow up. Luckily, by using the right strategies, this can be fairly simple. You can lay… Continue reading Guest Post – Tips to Help Parents Teach Their Kids to Make Healthier Choices
With the holidays quickly approaching, I wanted to share some gift guides for kids. This has been a very weird year due to COVID so I am going to try to get things that are available to be purchased online to make it easier. This will be a four part series over the next two… Continue reading Gift Guide – 9 to 12 Years
When you become a parent there are so many things that you are already thinking about that sometimes you do not think about how you will parent them once they are older, to instill values, respect, and other things into them. Recently I found out that there are four different types of parenting - authoritarian,… Continue reading Types of Parenting.. Which one are you?
I don’t know that I have talked about it on here yet but we are currently under contract and a week & a half out from closing on the sale of our house. I wish I could tell you that it is an easy, stress free process but that has not been our experience. Let… Continue reading New Year, New House?!
Let’s talk about 7 baby items I feel every new mom needs. I’m not talking the basics like diapers, wipes, and clothes. I am talking about items that some will say are wants but I see them as needs. They have been a saving grace for me with my girls. These items are not in… Continue reading 7 Baby Items Every New Mom Needs