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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…

Unstuffed Easter eggs, easter, traditions

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…

The Exhausted Moms Guide to Boosting Energy, recharge, supplement, tired

The Exhausted Moms Guide to Boosting Energy

The Exhausted Moms Guide to Boosting Energy Let’s be real. Taking care of yourself isn’t always top of mind, is it? In fact, it’s kind of exhausting to even THINK of adding one more thing to your day, amiright? Here’s the truth – sometimes letting yourself slip to the bottom of the list can backfire […] Read more…

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Take better pictures of your kids with your phone

 Get on their level (Literally) So many pictures are taken from the ‘parent perspective’.  Shake up your photos of your kids by lowering to their height.  You can capture so much more detail of your child by being on their level, it’s worth the few seconds it takes to achieve it. Bonus: If you’re really […] Read more…

5 hacks to transition your toddler from crib to bed, 5 tips to transition toddler from crib to bed

5 Hacks to transition your toddler from crib to bed

Life is tough enough with a toddler.  They morph before your eyes from being a beautiful tiny stationary baby into a crazy bombshell who is basically just a super noisy blur of energy! It’s exhausting to watch them; let alone feed, clothe, bathe, and chase them down for bedtime. Oh, bedtime… what. a. chore. Bedtime […] Read more…

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