Tips for raising babies and toddlers.
Helping you get through those first months.
Did it take your toddler a while to warm up to the other kids at your last play date? Does your normally talkative 2 or 3 year old clam up in social situations? Many toddlers struggle to warm up socially, but you can help them feel more comfortable with the below...read more
You know your toddler needs to wash their hair for good hygiene, but they suddenly hate it so much and cry, it becomes difficult to get through bath time. You may be feeling stressed because you just entered the ‘toddler hates washing hair’ phase and don’t know where...read more
You may be worried and stressed about your grocery bill as you try to keep your family eating healthy meals. Our family has found some simple ways to stretch our dollars when buying fresh, organic vegetables - when every dollar counts. Included in this post: Three...read more
Tips for introducing the Easter Bunny Story to Your Children If this is your first year introducing the Easter Bunny Story to your toddler you may be wondering what exactly to say to your child. How much will they understand and do you know how you want to explain...read more
We have heard or read the advice “the dishes can wait, play with your children instead.'' And to be honest I have said it in the past. But is it really in your child’s best interest to be in a messy house, but with lots of play time with their parents? I’d like to...read more
After having baby number two I realized that there were some essential newborn items and postpartum items that I had ready that I only knew about because of my baby one experience. They were small, budget friendly items that made my life so much easier those first...read more
Is your baby scratching their face when they are upset? Or is your baby scratching their face at night? Are you worried they will scar? Read on for tips and tricks to keep nails short, baby happy and scratches to a minimum. This post may contain affiliate links. For...read more
Fall harvest time means delicious apples, squash and pumpkin. Adding seasonal fruits and vegetables to your toddler meals will expose them to new flavors and get them in the sweater weather mood! Toddler Meals - Fall Favorites What is in season in the fall It...read more
As your toddler (1.5-3 years old) is developing and learning, they may begin to add some new words and behavior that can be frustrating for parents. One popular toddler word is “no” - and they will use it often and usually loudly! This post may contain affiliate...read more
You’re trying to pick up dinner at the grocery store or drop off your dry cleaning after daycare pickup and your toddler is screaming the entire time in the back seat. Happen recently? Or you’re in a store and your toddler decides to run away or have a major temper...read more