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“Play is the highest form of research” - Albert Einstein
We’ve all heard this quote or one like it. We know the importance of allowing your child to play. We know how it helps their development. But what does play really mean and what does it look like in your home? Let’s break it down...
I always thought I was going to be the type of mom that went big on Halloween. Every inch of my house would be decorated, my family would have creative and elaborate costumes ready by October 1st and festive songs like Monster Mash and I Put A Spell On You would be playing throughout the season. As with many fantasies about motherhood, now that I’m actually a parent, this is far from the truth. And here is my confession, you guys: As a parent, when it comes to Halloween, I just can’t.
It’s potty training time in our household and being a first-time mom myself, I rely on my seasoned mama friends to help guide me through the unfamiliar potty training world. One of the biggest milestones a child will hit is when they use the potty for the first time. But with all of the options out there, how do you know what will work best for your toddler?
Pregnancy can take a huge toll on a woman's body. Besides the obvious, many women experience some HUGE changes after giving birth to their lovely little bundles of joy. Here are a few at-home spa and salon-grade products that I found to work wonders while I was VERY short on time, but needed a little pick-me-up.
The dog days of summer are coming to an end and with a kiss on the cheek, you’ll soon be sending your little one(s) off to school. Whether you’re a seasoned mom with grade-school children or a teary-eyed mama sending her first tot off to preschool, you want to make sure your child is ready to go come the first day of school.