Parenting

what we’ve learned

A (’09) is a stereotypical “daddy’s girl.” She treats him as if he is her personal concierge. He is constantly waiting on her and, yes, he spoils her. She has his undivided attention nearly every time she demands it. Two weeks ago Daddy came home …

(This post contains affiliate links) It’s BIRTHDAY MONTH around here with all our January 2009 babies are turning FIVE! Here’s what we got them… UNDER $15 1. Costumes, $14 and up Playing dress up is a timeless game and there’s now so many favorite characters …

My sweet C (’09) is turning five! How can that be? It seems like it was just yesterday we were bringing home our second little pink bundle from the hospital. I am having a very hard time with this birthday. This should be easy, I’ve …

With so much cold weather across the States this week, I was wondering how the other moms entertain their kids when they’re stuck inside for days and days. Read on for some creative ideas… Sara: My children love to play outside, no matter the weather. …

In our home we have two huge shelves of childrens books, plus what we get out of the library every week. But, without fail, there are certain books that get read over and over again. Then they end up on the shelf again and another …

I am a mom, an ordinary mom, of some extraordinary children. I delight in the things that all parents delight in.. like… first smiles, giggles, funny moments and accomplishments. My son is almost five, and my daughter is two. Both are incredibly gifted, talented, funny, …

I have a nasty habit of wishing my kids childhoods away. Wanting this phase or that behavior to pass so I don’t have to endure it any longer. Sleeping through the night, potty training, tantrums, etc…if they were only just a little bit older then …

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