Diaper and Schniedelwutz Exploration

Diaper and Schniedelwutz Exploration

Have you ever gone to tuck your child in good night only to find them naked? Has your son discovered and now has a growing fascination with his Schniedelwutz, as a curious boy might naturally do? Has your child become a poop Picasso by discovering and experimenting with the poop in their diaper? Oh theRead More

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Best Tip to Make Shopping with Kids Easier and Enjoyable

Best Tip to Make Shopping with Kids Easier and Enjoyable

Months ago, I published a post about shopping with multiples and what it looked like shopping with three kids two and under and how shopping and errand running with them had evolved over the years. The post was to help other twin moms but then I received a flood of questions and feedback from momsRead More

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How to Help Your Child Evolve Creatively

How to Help Your Child Evolve Creatively

This is another wonderful post from our guest blogger, Emma. Starting from an early age, it is best to help your child’s imagination bloom so that they can be good at whatever they choose to do. Remember to bolster their creative and curious nature in order to get good results. Moreover, do not deny theirRead More

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What’s Right With Him Anyway?:  Knitting Autism in Our Life

What’s Right With Him Anyway?: Knitting Autism in Our Life

Our guest blogger, Natasha, has shared a very powerful message that we believe will be bring peace and support to many fellow moms for World Autism Day, today, April 2, 2016. Jack spoke in complete sentences with a large vocabulary by age two. “He’s so bright,” marveled a social worker who led our group for parentsRead More

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10 Reasons To Attend LHAECPTA 12th Annual Home Tour & Auction

10 Reasons To Attend LHAECPTA 12th Annual Home Tour & Auction

The 21st century culture is good at keeping Americans apart. From mass media to mass communication, we are losing our sense of community by becoming more involved in our own lives, homes, problems and needs. We are all so busy and find excuses with our own to do list and needs with precious little timeRead More

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Laura Bush’s Correspondence with Scofield

Laura Bush’s Correspondence with Scofield

How rewarding would it be to study a famous person, write to that person, and actually receive correspondence back from that person in the form of a personal letter along with a list of their favorite books? How wonderful would be if every well-known person of historical note and influence took the time to honorRead More

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What does St. Patrick’s Day Mean to You?

What does St. Patrick’s Day Mean to You?

What does St. Patrick’s Day Mean to You? I have a deep deep love for Ireland that will forever be a part of my past, present and future. My time living abroad in Ireland changed the path of my life forever, the person I am today, even the way I mother my children and liveRead More

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Dr. Seuss Printables, Activities and Crafts

Dr. Seuss Printables, Activities and Crafts

 In continuation with a past post for Read Across America Day and Dr. Seuss’ Birthday, here are some more great coloring pages, craft ideas, printable activity sheets and teaching ideas with the Dr. Seuss theme. This post contains some affiliate links. Dr. Seuss hat printables 1) Dr. Seuss’ hat 2) Word _at on Dr. Seuss’Read More

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THE SINGLED OUT SINGLETON

THE SINGLED OUT SINGLETON

Sad but true story of a day in the life of the singled out singleton. My German mother-in-law is about to visit us again which brought up a memory from her last visit, an incident that happened while seeing her off at the airport. My twins were in their stroller and my preschooler was standingRead More

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Top 10 Valentine’s Family-Friendly and Fun Ideas in Dallas

Top 10 Valentine’s Family-Friendly and Fun Ideas in Dallas

Remember Valentines’ Day before children? Back then your biggest worry was sending or receiving flowers, getting restaurant reservations and what to wear. Enter kids, now what does Valentine’s Day look like? The great thing about children, they can bring a different element of fun and excitement to holidays. We hope our list helps in yourRead More

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