Baby Items I Continue to Use Even Though I Don’t Have Babies Anymore

Right now I probably could be considered a baby stuff hoarder. I have trash bags full of my daughters' clothes in various sizes. I have baby-sized snowsuits, swimsuits, dress shoes, stockings, and more. I have leftover diapers in teeny sizes, swim diapers, and random pullups. I have tubs full of baby toys and receiving blankets, … Continue reading Baby Items I Continue to Use Even Though I Don’t Have Babies Anymore

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Quote Jar Curator: Subscription Review # 2

Disclaimer: The subscription box I received from Quote Jar Curator was gifted to me in exchange for an honest review. The opinions expressed in my post are mine only. The premise behind Quote Jar Curator is simple. You find a jar and fill it with quotes that will inspire you, comfort you, and ground you. … Continue reading Quote Jar Curator: Subscription Review # 2

7 Simple Ways to Stay Productive in Motherhood

Today we have a great guest post by fellow blogger, Marissa. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! If you have a child, it goes without saying that it can be downright challenging to stay productive in motherhood. As mothers, a myriad of things interfere with our productivity on a daily basis. … Continue reading 7 Simple Ways to Stay Productive in Motherhood

Riding the Rollercoaster of Emotions: How to Teach Your Children About Feelings

The rollercoaster Imagine waiting in line to board a rollercoaster car. You are feeling excited and a little impatient. Once you board the car and are strapped in you begin to feel nervous and hesitant. Do you really want to take this ride? Next, the car jerks and you feel scared and begin to regret … Continue reading Riding the Rollercoaster of Emotions: How to Teach Your Children About Feelings

Preschool and Preparing Children for Kindergarten: One Teacher’s View

For most children in the United States, it is time to go back to school, or for some, the academic year has already begun. My daughter began her second year of preschool three weeks ago and is loving it, especially because she has moved to a brand new classroom and their new building has three … Continue reading Preschool and Preparing Children for Kindergarten: One Teacher’s View

Make Learning Fun with Education.com

Today I am happy to share a fun activity to do with your child! I recently found Education.com, a fantastic resource for educational materials for children. Whether you are a teacher, you homeschool, or just want to practice skills and help ready children to go back to school this fall, you are sure to find … Continue reading Make Learning Fun with Education.com

New Page – Individual, Family, and Parenting Resources

Hey all- I just wanted to let you know that I have added a page called Individual, Family, and Parenting Resources which includes links to and telephone numbers for a lot of great resources. There is information on child care, product recalls, domestic abuse, homelessness, legal assistance, and much more. Please check it out!     … Continue reading New Page – Individual, Family, and Parenting Resources