The Key to Getting a Strong-willed Child to Listen

Understanding what it means to be strong-willed When I think of strong-willed I think of someone who is determined. Not easily swayed and eager for a nice debate. Most strong-willed children I’ve encountered encompass all of those characteristics. Even though raising a strong-willed child can be challenging at times I hope this blog post helps... Continue Reading →

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Cultivate a Stress-Free Morning Routine

We all know that waking up in the morning can be hard sometimes, especially if you aren’t a morning person. And believe it or not but some children don’t like waking up early either. With school in full swing, you may have noticed that your children are a little grumpy about waking up early again.... Continue Reading →

Preschool Drop-off…Simplifed

There is probably no better feeling than walking out of your child’s preschool classroom and they are as happy as can be. Having a peaceful drop off is not always a breeze, and to some, it sets the tone for their day. Sometimes dropping your kid off at preschool is the most hectic part of... Continue Reading →

Back 2 School Lunch Activity

With the back-to-school season upon us, it is time to begin creating lunches for our little ones. Luckily, this task doesn’t have to exclude your child. Here is a wonderful way to get your child involved during this process. Butterfly Snacks While you’re preparing the snack, your child can decorate the clothes pin, in whatever... Continue Reading →

Cloth Diapering: the good, the bad, and the ugly

I’ve seen many mothers use cloth diapers and I’m intrigued. There is no doubt that I will be using cloth diapers, in the future, as opposed to disposable. There are many benefits associated with using cloth diapers, but you don’t hear a lot about the downsides. Which leads me to ask the question “Are there any downsides?” Simply put, it depends on how you look... Continue Reading →

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