We bought a phone for our six-year-old and four-year-old. But not just any phone. A rotary phone. And it was the best idea we’ve had in a long time. Before I get too far into this, I do have to...
Back to school is upon us! Whether your kiddo is having some separation anxiety or is nervous about starting at a new school, these books will help calm their nerves! Here are some of our favorite books for younger...
I cannot take credit for the amazing person my son is growing into. I do my best to provide a loving environment where he can be himself. I focus on nurturing his interests and this little man of mine,...
“I don’t want someone else raising my child.” The first time I saw this comment was on social media and I was in my early 20’s with a newborn baby. I had just returned to work after an unpaid, short...
It seems like a lifetime ago that the 2020/2021 school year started. The uncertainty, stress, and fear that occurred last fall sometimes feel somewhat hard to remember now that things are slowly returning to normal. Remember when we all had...
Before I even get into the magic of the “chip jar” and what it has done for my kids’ behavior, I have to give ALL of the credit to my friend Kristen (hey, buddy!) This was all her idea...
My kids (four and five) LOVE playing board games. I bet we play four a day. And honestly, it’s the one thing that I really don’t mind playing with them. There are a ton of lessons to learn from...
My two boys (ages three and fine) LIVE for a scavenger hunt. We headed downtown (with a friend and her daughter) for a little afternoon fun. My creative friend made DIY clipboards using cardboard from a diaper box and binder...
Being a first-time mom, I wasn’t entirely sure how to introduce the essential ABCs, colors, numbers, and shapes to my son. At the time my husband and I didn’t have cable television subscription and relied heavily on HULU, Netflix,...
Dear little one, I’ll be honest, I was really looking forward to your final year of preschool. This was supposed to be a transition year for you between preschool and Kindergarten. Your final year before “big kid” school. And honestly,...

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