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How to care for toddler curls, curly, hair, toddler hair, baby hair, frizzy hair

How to Care for Toddler Curls

Curls were a mystery to me. My hair is thick and wavy. My first child’s hair is thin and pin straight.   When my second child starting growing out curly little ringlets, I was at a total loss for what to do with them.  In the beginning, I treated her hair just like her sisters, […] Read more…

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Summer Learning: Keep your Child Engaged with Education.com!

It’s common knowledge these days that playtime is a large part of a child’s development.  Summer is a great opportunity for daily play.  Oftentimes though, playtime does not spontaneously happen on its own.  Especially with younger, less independent children, playtime is started and encouraged by the parent.  This is fine on occasion, but can often […] Read more…

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3 Things to Stop for Your Best Summer Ever

The Season is (FINALLY) Changing It’s been a LONG winter.  Like too long.  I am done with it. via GIPHY So like any other normal person with cabin fever (and three tiny kids) I’ve started a to make a list of all the fun things and activities we can do when the weather finally warms up. […] Read more…

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The 2 Diaper Bag System: Car and Carry

Oh, the work that goes into a day trip with kids… It’s not easy to anticipate every need of your child when planning to go out with them. Will they be too cold? do they need a snack (or ten)? Will they need a change of clothes? Different shoes?  Do you need a baby carrier?  […] Read more…

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How to Beat Stay at Home Mom Syndrome

Being a homemaker often comes with a lot of misconceptions It’s not always cupcake, nap, self-care, or play time.  In fact, it’s usually the opposite of the typical assumptions.  Caring for children, cooking, cleaning, managing finances, being an educator, and maintaining your marriage and identity is an incredible amount of responsibility left on one person. […] Read more…

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Diet Like a (Mom) Boss

Regardless the type of diet you are trying to follow, it becomes 750,000 times harder when you have a family to feed as well.  If you’ve ever had to diet when you were single, the difference will be startling.  Shocking.  Almost impossible. No one wants to eat your “diet” foods and you can’t eat their […] Read more…

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Unstuffed Easter Eggs and Traditions

Oh, Easter Bunny.  Thank you for creating such a tedious tradition for moms and dads everywhere of stuffing a million plastic eggs with candy, stickers, and cheap tiny toys.  As if filling a basket with fun, entertaining, and sugary treats weren’t enough of a challenge for us, we have to make and hide plastic eggs too. […] Read more…

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DIY Miracle Baby Balm

The Gift I Never Knew I Loved… Way back in 2013, when my first baby was born, I received a large jar of diaper rash cream (or baby balm) as a gift.  Aside from the tube of purchased, all natural diaper rash cream I kept in my purse for baby, the gifted jar was the […] Read more…

9 Unique Products that will grow with your kids

9 Unique Products That Grow With Your Kids

It’s no secret that babies are expensive There is a product for every need, age, and stage of their teeny tiny lives. The thing is, they grow super fast, so you don’t want to sink a bunch of money into a ton of items that will only last a couple of months. I have already talked […] Read more…

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