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5 Tips to Keep Kids Safe at Camp

26 Jun

Keep Kids Safe at Camp with Helicopter Mom and Just Plane Dad

Parents everywhere fear for their children’s safety; sort of comes with the territory. Whether we’re shuffling our kids off to school or dropping them at a friend’s house, we worry about the choices they’ll make and the consequences. Being helicopter parents adds an extra layer of worry. We are entering the warm months and kids […]

Kids Must Do Chores For Success in Life

15 May


Did you love doing household chores when you were a kid? If so, then you’re probably in the minority. Children weren’t typically excited about washing the dishes or taking out the trash during our time, and that remains true to this very day when distractions—online and otherwise—abound. Still, we did our chores, and if scientific […]

Mom Monday-How Sleep Training Saved Me

26 Nov

How a Sleep Trainer Saved Me and my son. Guest post by Lauren Stevens

Since sleep seems to be one of the most talked about (and agonized about) topics in baby’s first couple of years, I thought I’d share how we’re doing a year after sleep training and how a sleep trainer saved me.   One year ago, I was a frazzled mom, prone to tears, constantly overwhelmed, forgetful […]

Must Have Items For Being Out With Your Baby

18 Oct

Baby and mommy having fun together.

For such tiny things, babies certainly need a lot of supplies. Every time you leave the house with your little ones, you might feel as though you have enough belongings to support a small army. The fact is, there are certain must-have items for being out with your baby that you simply can’t leave behind […]

Do you let your children walk to school?

20 Aug

Kids walking back to school with backpacks.

Since I have always struggled with allowing Beloved to do activities alone, for fear that something would happen to her, she has never gotten to walk to school alone or with friends for that matter.  Our local elementary school could possibly be considered “in walking distance” if my child was training for a marathon but […]

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