The new school year is just around the corner, which means backpacks, school supplies, meet the teacher nights, packed lunches – phew!
You feeling stressed yet?
Kids in the House provides three essential back to school tips for moms to help make the transition seamless.
Whether you work
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We’re getting ready for school to start, and I’m already thinking about (dreading) packed lunches.
Last year, I started out strong with a goal to make healthy, delicious and “CUTE” homemade lunches every single day.
The new school year is quickly approaching!
Your kids will love these back to school crafts – and you will too! I especially love #5!
1. Kid-made Apple Printed Lunch Bags by Inner Child Fun
2. DIY Magnetic Kids Frames by Jade Louise Designs
3. Craft Stick School Bus by
We’re smack dab in the middle of summer, but GASP – my kiddos start school in just a few short weeks.
I always thought I’d be doing a giant happy dance on the first day of school, but last year I found myself sobbing hysterically into the phone with my mom telling me to BREATHE and Even Steven a
When I was a little girl, camping was part of our lives. Every summer we’d load up the family and head to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan for two weeks. My dad always searched for the most remote campgrounds, where we could live without electricity, running water or showers.
It was blissful.
While we can’t always prevent our children from having tantrums, we can work on controlling how we react to them.
The HALT method is one of the most effective responses if you’re facing a child with a meltdown.
It focuses first on addressing what may be at the core of your child’s tantrum.
If you’re planning a staycation, you won’t want to miss this ultimate staycation guide for your summer!
We compiled all the best ideas, tips and resources to help you plan the best staycation for you and your family.
1. Check out this incredible list of cities from all over the United States
With three little kids, we’ve had our fair share of hospital visits.
In fact, in the last 6 years, we’ve had four overnight stays, countless physical therapy sessions, one surgery, seven emergency room visits and five appointments with specialists.
And our kids are healthy!
So when Hall
We recently celebrated G’s first birthday.
Yep, we smashed cake in our faces.
I tend to go into crazy reflection mode with anniversaries.
It was around this time last year that I decided to leave my job to stay at home with G.
To say I was scared about this decision is an understate