My first job as a teen was as a lifeguard and swim instructor. I still have fond memories of working with the summer camps and seeing how much the kids had learned each year. I was also a competitive swimmer growing up and new that my kids would have to love the water like I … Read moreLearning To Swim With British Swim School
This post was sponsored by Lully as part of Influencer Activation for Influence Central. Imagine just falling asleep after working all day, parenting, loving your child to sleep only to be woken in the middle of the night by shrieks and screams. The first couple of times it happens you’re scared thinking that someone has … Read moreNo More Night Terrors For ABC
Just when you thought things were getting easier as your baby was finally ready to get off the boob or bottle, they get more complicated. Every brand has three thousand and one that say they’re the best. While they all might be pretty awesome, as moms who don’t own stock in all these companies, we … Read more5 Best Sippy Cups for Your Toddler
I would be lying if I didn’t say that as I picked mini up from school on her last day of school I wasn’t a little teary-eyed. On May 26th, we celebrated a mighty successful year as a kindergartner. Mothering A Kindergartner Where are the books on this? I feel like every phase mini hits … Read moreWe Survived Kindergarten!!!
One of my favorite subjects growing up was science. Ever since I can remember, things like how eyes work and how to put together a skeleton were really interesting to me. Now that mini is old enough to have appreciation for such things, it’s time to get started with sharing my love of science! Now, … Read moreSTEM Project: Mason Jar Terrariums
I can still remember my first encounter with a cloth diaper. I was babysitting my friend’s baby when I was in college and he brought over all these pieces of thick cloth and showed me how to fold into a perpendicular triangle that somehow created a diaper around his baby’s little bottom. I’m not sure … Read moreCloth Diapering Made Easy
One of my degrees is in Psychology and I honestly never thought I’d be putting to use the concepts and principles I learned early on in my journey of parenting but those principles regarding behavior modification have definitely come in handy. We didn’t go through the terrible two’s with mini. She was investigative but a … Read moreThe Beauty of Behavior Charts