Let’s face it, babies don’t care what you put them in. They know they’re cute. So why do we bother buying clothes specifically for boys or girls? Yes, we like cute clothes, but how practical is a pink onesie when you’re done with it and all of your friends just had boys? There are many reasons why you would want to buy gender neutral for your baby, and I’ll give you 7 tips on what to look for and what to avoid.
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.
What is soundtracking? You know how in movies there’s a song that goes along with what’s going on? It may be in the background and instrumental but it subconsciously tells your brain something about what’s going on. Or it may be a full-on musical and they’re signing about what is going on.
You can do this with your own life to teach your baby to respond to the music you play or sing!
Picking out things to go in a toddler’s Easter basket can be tricky. You don’t want to go all out like you do for Christmas, but you want to get them something special other than just chocolate and candy. Here are 21 relatively cheap ideas to help you out!
Let’s face it, I don’t have time or patience to make any of those toddler meals on Pinterest. My child isn’t going to eat kale or quinoa. I also don’t always want to make a full meal to share with her. So here are my go-to meals for lunch and dinner when I want something fast and easy just for her.
Buying gifts for a baby is easy. But what about when they turn one? Suddenly your baby is a toddler! But not a big toddler like a two or three-year-old. It’s sort of a transition phase between baby and toddler. Between 12 and 18 months is basically the baby version of tweens. So what do you get a baby for their first birthday? Here are a few ideas for you!
I am not a Pinterest Mom or a Crunchy Mom. I’m not going to make anything that has kale or quinoa in it. I don’t have a lot of time in the morning to make breakfast because I have to get ready for work. And on the weekends, I’m just too tired to cook a whole big breakfast. So here are my go-to toddler breakfast ideas that real moms can do!
Diapers are a necessary evil. You need them and you need a lot of them. (Unless you’re a superhero and use cloth diapers. Go you but I have no energy or time for that.) So since you need a bunch of them, you’re probably wondering how to save money on them. Here’s the one thing I do.
I have found my favorite brand of toys, and it’s Melissa and Doug. Their toys are so simple and allow your child to use their imagination while they’re playing and learning. They have a such a wide variety of options. Let me show you a few of my favorites.