Guest Post | Ready for your crafty Christmas? Christmas crafts for kids both big and small start with characters and cards. And cake. Mmm, cake. Or in this case, iced gingerbread biscuits, since they can be individually decorated by all your little crafters, making everyone feel they’ve made their own unique contribution to the season. Toddlers will love licking the bowl and the spoon!
Ohhhhh yayyyyy…it’s that time of day again to try and cook dinner. Keyword…try. Some days, preparing our family meals can be easy peasy. Then there are the other days! Those “other” days are the ones where it is a lot more challenging to meal prep with kids underfoot. Thankfully, there are ways a mom can survive cooking when you have kids.
I am now on my third child and to say that I am done with diapers is an understatement! My first two were in daycare, so I used disposables with them. I decided to stay at home after my third child and have been using cloth. They both have their pros and cons but I have been able to find ways to save money on both.
Here are some of my tips to save money on diapers and wipes.
Even though being a stay at home mom is a blessing, it doesn’t take away from the fact that you can almost lose yourself and sanity.Today I have some tips that can help you maintain your sanity through the frustrations of motherhood. See if you can implement some of these today!
You may be amazed at how tech savvy your toddler already is at such a young age. Little ones learn quickly how to navigate apps on iPads and smartphones much to our surprise.
However, when you want to limit screen time and ramp up quality time with your toddler, consider these top five screen-free activities from Screen-Free Fun: 400 Activities for the Whole Family.
Guest Post: I know how rough it can be. Toddlers are so sweet, chubby and adorable; but they’re also fickle little things. We finally get them to eat the broccoli on their plate, and it seems like they can’t get enough of it! Yes! Mom win! And then just as suddenly as they started liking this new food, they now refuse it. It leaves us wondering what on earth just happened, and we are back to square one in the fight to help our toddlers eat healthier.
Guest Post: Becoming a mother is not always rainbows and unicorns; for some women, parenthood brings with it a sense of anger that seems unshakeable.
While many women who read this may shake their heads and say things like, “She never should have been a mother,” others will completely understand. There is not a general rule book for parenthood. Every woman will experience a different rollercoaster of emotions and moments that build to define the overall experience as a whole, and there are many who would not describe it as an enjoyable time.