Surviving the first year of a baby is rough. Luckily, there are products that made my life so much simpler. Here is a list of things I couldn’t live without for the first year.
Toddlers need some time to unwind and just watch TV like we do. If you’re going to let your baby watch TV, at least some if it is educational. Here are Toot’s favorite shows.
There are so many subscription boxes and services out there. But did you know you can subscribe to get books for your toddler? What toddler doesn’t like books? Toot loves books and asks me to read to her all the time (even if she doesn’t fully pay attention.) So obviously, we need some new material on a regular basis. Here are our favorite toddler book subscriptions!
Limit screen time in the car! Here is what a toddler recommends: 8 fun and educational things for kids, toddlers, and babies to listen to in the car.
Once you’re ready for sippy cups, there are a lot of questions that come up like when to start? What kind of sippy cup is best? What happens if my toddler doesn’t like sippy cups? And how to transition to an open cup? Here’s a handy guide to all things sippy cups!
We all have a lazy person in our lives. For me, that person is me! I like to think of it as being creatively efficient. But if you’re looking for the best gift for your lazy loved one (or yourself), then look no further! No seriously, don’t waste your energy looking anywhere else. I did all the work for you. Here are my top 10 gift ideas for lazy people!
How do you know if you’re a minivan mom? I didn’t think I was. It seems like minivan moms are a certain type of mom. But really, they aren’t. You can be one, too! Here’s how I changed my mind and some tips for buying your first minivan and joining the minivan mom club!
Do you have friends that just hate baby shower games? You still want to invite them to the shower, and you still want to play games! But you have to find games they would actually want to play. Well, friend, here are some games that don’t require you to eat baby food or look at candy bars in diapers. (Gross!) And some that don’t require any effort or participation at all!
Back in the day, scrapbooks were all the rage. Now we’re all too busy to deal with that. Luckily, the new thing is keepsake books! They’re either filled with prompts or even just fill in the blanks for busy moms like me. I’ve always loved going back through my old books that my mom put together for me so I’m writing in a few of these in hopes that Toot will also enjoy looking back on our lives. Here are 7 awesome keepsake books that I’ve found!