Are you looking for ways to limit tech time in your home? Setting up tech-free time in your home can be great for kids and even the adults. We live in a digital world, and we have phones, tablets, computer screens always within reach. Take some time to turn off those screens and put your energy into something else.
My home is full of tweens and teens these days. They are on the go all the time, juggling school, work, church, and friends. When something, like a cold, derails that life and keeps them cooped up at home, they get grumpy.
Now that cold and flu season is here I want to make sure that I’m are doing all I can to keep my active teens healthy!
So what can be done to minimize your child’s risk of getting sick? These tips will help!
As a mom of 6, I’m often asked by new and expectant mothers for advice. I always hesitate to give…
Having an extremely picky eater was my first big trial of motherhood. I remember sitting next to my preschooler at the table, working hard for every single bite she took. So many nights we both went to bed in tears.
That one small child and her refusal to eat anything with nutritional value single-handedly made me feel like a failure as a mother. Battles of will, the isolation of young motherhood, and sleep deprivation will do that. At least, it did to me.
As Mother’s Day approaches I find myself reflecting on the many ways that my own mom shaped me into the mom I am today. Today I’m sharing 4 life lessons my ultra strong mom taught me, that I’m passing along to my kids.
After years of dreading library day, (and the fines to prove it) I have several tips that make library day not only bearable, but also productive and fun! Here are 5 tips for taking toddlers and preschoolers to the library…without leaving in tears. And you know I mean Momma tears too!
These tips make our library days so much better! Plus, I’ve managed to keep our fines under $2 for the past 6 months!