Our boys have never, not once, used a smartphone, tablet, or computer. We are raising tech-free kids.
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Having a child old enough to babysit is magical. But how can you be sure your older kids are ready to stay home alone — or begin babysitting for others?
Before our son arrived, I said it would be fine if we had to use formula. However, when this became our reality, it suddenly didn’t seem so simple.
Grandparents Day is this Sunday! Happy Grandparents Day to all the wonderful grandmas and grandpas who love our children as we do.You are one of the lucky ones. You have three grandparents in your life, and if there were a template for perfect grandparents, they could be it.
We’ve all been That Mom at some point; the one everyone is staring at because she has a child throwing a tantrum.
It’s the beginning of a new school year, and the issue of separation anxiety may be on your mind. This topic hits close to home for me.
I began to consider redshirting my son — having him enter kindergarten a year after he was “allowed.” But he was so ready to go that I sent him.
It’s World Breastfeeding Week, and yes, breast is best for some people. Formula is best for others. Feed the baby, and don’t worry about what others say.
Since this is World Breastfeeding Week, let’s take a moment to reflect that in other parts of the world, nursing without a cover wouldn’t even be a debate.
Thank you to Zemcar for sponsoring this post and sharing more about this great ride-share service!Between parents’ work schedules and children’s activity schedules, there are times when we could use an extra set of hands. This is where Zemcar comes in.
Self-care looks different for every man, woman, and child out there. And that’s fine. But we moms need to make sure we are happy and rested and cared for.
Last summer, my husband and I took our three kids on a road trip. After traveling with three toddlers, some of our friends asked, “Is it worth it?”
This kind of thing happens so much in motherhood. Always the last to eat. Always first to get sunburned. Last to bathe. First to clean up the gross thing.
I have a huge dilemma. It’s one I’ve never quite dealt with before in the 13 years I’ve been a mom. All three of my kids are going off to sleepaway camp.
If you had asked me a few years ago if I would recommend having children close in age, my answer would have been a resounding, “No!”