I made the mistake of letting my toddler loose on YouTube. She found it. She found the Daddy Finger Song, and now she’s obsessed with it. There are a couple of options when your kid is obsessed with this earworm. You can either embrace it or deflect your toddler to something else. Here’s how we’re managing to stay sane in a Daddy Finger world.
If you’ve never had a toddler playdate before, it can be more stressful than you’d think. Toddlers by themselves are unpredictable, and you’re going to put at least two of them together! They’re just learning how to socialize with others so they’re new at this. Here are some tips on how to survive toddler playdates.
I love Fall, y’all. There are so many seasonal things to do and make and CELEBRATE! Halloween is one of my favorite holidays. I also can’t get enough pumpkin! As Iliza Schlesinger would say, PUMPKIN EVERYTHING!
So get out your Pumpkin spice, rake your leaves, and get some orange craft supplies, we’re doin’ Fall stuff!
I had heard of ABCmouse.com before Toot was even born, and I was patiently waiting for her to be old enough to use it. I had assumed it was for preschoolers and school age kids. Then I found out that the suggested starting age is actually two years old! I thought “Can my two-year-old use […]
Fall is my favorite season! It’s not too hot, there’s pumpkin everything, and it’s the perfect weather to cuddle up and read books with my toddler. Here are a few fall books for toddlers we’re checking out this year!
So you got about a billion receiving blankets from your baby shower. Awesome. Now what do you do with them? What’s cool about receiving blankets is how versatile they are. You’re probably thinking you’ll just need them while your baby is a newborn, but they can actually be useful through toddlerhood and even beyond. The possibilities are endless, but here are ten ideas to get you started.
Taking a toddler shopping can be torture. Not just for you but for your toddler, too. They get bored easily and constantly need attention or snacks. Here are my favorite mom hacks for taking a toddler shopping at the mall without either one of you screaming.
Throwing a first birthday party was extremely overwhelming for us. So for Toot’s second birthday, we decided to keep it low-key and stress-free. She’s not yet old enough for a party at Chuck-E-Cheese or any of those other kid places. Instead, we went with a casual, laid-back party at home. Here’s how we kept the stress away, and just enjoyed the party.
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood was the first show I let Toot watch when she was a baby. I knew that it was a reincarnation of Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood so I figured it would be a good place to start. Little did I know, it wasn’t just going to teach my child about feelings, it was also going to teach me how to be a better parent.