Every now and then, it’s fun to take a break from the busy-ness of life and spend a little time crafting with my older two kids. We used to spend hours at the dining room table coloring, drawing, painting and making messes.
But as these two are getting older, our time creating is becoming les
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Your entire family will love these super fun and super easy Thanksgiving crafts for kids. From turkey crafts to gratitude projects these crafts for kids are perfect for the season!
Tissue paper turkey
Paper plate turkey hat
Handprint turkeys are so simple
These edible turkeys are cr
When my friends at Responsibility.org asked me to make a video as a #TalkEarly blogger about how to talk to your young kids about alcohol, I laughed and laughed and laughed.
And then I said no.
Because I don’t do videos.
They feel hard.
I don’t really know how to make them.
I think we can all agree that the world is a crazy place right about now. You can’t turn on the news without reports of terrorism, racism or violence.
You can’t enter social media without endless political debates or more bad news.
It’s enough to make a person feel totally hopeless.
With three kids, I am no stranger to fevers – especially when it comes to my daughter Alice.
Ever since she was a baby, Alice has gotten high fevers. With temps often reaching 105,
I’ve learned a lot about how to handle Alice’s fevers over the past seven years.
Aside from my pediatrician,
If you’re like the majority of the population, chances are you’ll wake up at some point over the next several weeks with a hangover.
Headache. Nausea. Exhaustion.
Wishing you hadn’t had that one last drink…
Wishing your kids weren’t screaming in your face at the crack of dawn…
I recently read an article that took me by surprise.
A full 70% of moms with kids under the age of 18 are working. Seventy percent!
As one of those working moms, it’s really easy for me to feel like I’m the only mom that’s working. Sometimes it feels like every other mom is staying home with
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I have several friends (and family members) having babies soon. I’m being invited to sprinkles and showers and meal train sign ups. While I used to go straight to the baby registry to quickly make an online purchase for the mom-to-be, I have rece