Tackling Toddler Temper Tantrums

OK let’s be real, we have all witnessed a child have a temper tantrum. Whether it was first hand as a parent or educator or in the grocery store on aisle 6. I’m sure we can all agree that there is nothing worse than seeing a child have a temper tantrum. From the loud screeching... Continue Reading →

Is Sharing Really Caring When It Comes To Toddlers?

Have you ever reminded your toddler about sharing toys when headed to preschool or to a play date? It’s totally normal and I see it every day when interacting with children and their parents. We as parents, want our children to be social and conscious of those around them and that’s wonderful. Sharing is caring,... Continue Reading →

Teaching Children About Charity

If your children are anything like the kiddo’s I know, they lose interest in toys quite frequently. They may have grown out of it, it might not be as challenging to them as it was before, or they have new toys that capture their attention more. With the holiday time wrapping up, our children received... Continue Reading →

Creating a Peaceful Naptime

Naptimes are essential, not only to our children's brain development but also the parent’s mental health. Like seriously, how would we survive without our little one’s napping. In this post, I’m giving you a couple tips on developing a stellar naptime routine for you and your child. Before naptime arrives it’s important that your children... Continue Reading →

Top 5 Mommy Must-Haves

Being a parent is hard, being a new mother is an even tougher transition. The first couple months is an adjustment period. I’ve created a list of 5 mommy must-haves. The first on this list is a Sleeping machine This machine is not only useful for your baby, but it can also be relaxing for you.... Continue Reading →

Top 3 Reasons to Hire a Nanny

I recently wrote a blog post lending advice to parents who are in the process of choosing a child care center.  It’s filled with tons of information that’ll allow you to decide on a place that is of high quality. If sending your child to a child care facility it too anxiety-provoking and you’re just... Continue Reading →

Coffee Filter Painting

It’s hilarious how quickly children learn that some adults live off coffee. During a lot of the pretend play that I engage in with children, when offered a drink it is usually a “cup of coffee”. If you’re one of those parents that live off coffee than I am sure your children will enjoy this... Continue Reading →

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