Tag: children

Beautiful White Teeth For the Whole Family

**This post is brought to you by Southern Dental Care. All stories and opinions are my own.** Each day after school, Bee starts sharing her day as soon as she gets into the car. Some days, she doesn’t stop talking until we get home. Recently, her focus has been on a mission to lose her first […]

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Flipped Water Glass Experiment from Outdoor Science Lab for Kids

Weekends can be tons of fun, but on some weekends, where the primary goal is to clean up after the recent hurricane, ideas and energy can fall flat pretty quickly. When I received Outdoor Science Lab for Kids by Liz Lee Heinecke, I was excited and hesitant. See, I have spent tons of time checking […]

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Honoring Child Passenger Safety Week

Sometimes learning a new routine sucks, but sometimes it’s great. At our new school, the teachers help my daughters in and out of their car seats. I love that I don’t have to get in and out of the car and that someone else has to buckle them. One particular day, when a teacher was helping Butterfly […]

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What a Difference a School Makes

I know that until my girls were born, I was extremely active in my son’s school life. After having Bee, my first daughter, I slacked off. I did what I could from home, but it wasn’t much. Day One When I dropped off the children on the first day, I really expected to drop and go. […]

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6 Tips to Get Your Kids to Eat More Vegetables

  I remember at one of Bunny’s first parties with his playgroup. He was about three and we were having a great time. One of the other moms asked him if he wanted some candy. He excitedly ran over to the vegetable platter and snacked on carrots and tomatoes. The moms all looked at me jaws dropped. […]

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Summer Camp at Home: Music Theme {and many more themes}

Music This summer, I am collaborating with a great group of women to bring your 7 Weeks of Summer Camp at Home. Each week, we will be bringing you new books, snacks, recipes and activities to enjoy with your children. I’m bringing to you a week’s worth of musical activities for your young ones. I’ve […]

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50 Ways to Multitask While Breastfeeding

**This post contains affiliate links.  If you decide to purchase, there’s no extra cost to you and it helps me keep this blog going.** < Today, we welcome Renee Show and her book, Diaper Bag of Tricks for Breastfeeding. Thankfully, I just finished breastfeeding myself (after about 20 months). This book would have come in […]

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Baby’s Brilliant App Sizzling Summer $250 Giveaway {2 Winners}

Technology is moving so quickly and children are learning to use phones and tablets before they can even talk. The more apps that come on the market, it’s hard to tell which ones to try out for baby. There are so many options that include songs, animals, pictures or drawing. With Baby’s Brilliant, you get […]

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A Day in My Life ~ #AAF with Jenessa {Mothering in Real Life}

A couple of weeks have passed since my last #AskAwayFriday. This school year has been great for my son, but taxing on me. My son is now in school 2-3 days a week from 8:45 to 5:00. He’s in a several clubs after school, so I have the two LOs all day. Having my son […]

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A Broken Heart {#FTSF}

We all have amazing bodies… I can tell you about giving birth to four children, losing and gaining weight, withstanding sports injuries, and even the fact that most of my scars are barely visible. But I’m not. Today, I’m going to share a story of one beautiful child’s body. This story of a newborn… His mom’s […]

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Working Out is Hard to Do ~ #AAF with Liv {Live from Surprise}

For some weird reason, I think my life is going to get easier and I’ll get more time to do what I need to do. This week, both my girls were sick and I spent the week schlepping them to the doctor and nursing them back to health. We even had two cars this week, […]

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