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Pumpkin Trolls Kids Craft for Halloween or Fall

Pumpkin Trolls Kids Craft for Halloween or Fall

Whose kids also went crazy over Dreamworks’ Trolls movie? Forget a ballerina, the president, a teacher, or a professional soccer player, my three-year-old wants to be a troll when she grows up. So when it came time to decorate our Fall pumpkins, the only option really was to do a Pumpkin Trolls kids craft. These… Read More


The Best 25 Halloween Game & Activity Ideas

25 Halloween Game & Activity Ideas

Whether you’re having a huge Halloween party with family & friends or just a small celebration with your kids, it is a good idea to break the ice, get some laughs, and make memories. You can do that with an interactive game or activity. Here is a list of 25 Halloween game & activity ideas… Read More


Beach Bag Essentials

Beach Bag Essentials

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #JumpIntoSummer #CollectiveBias As a former competitive swimmer and now mom, I’ve had to learn not only have to survive but thrive in my swimsuit and sandals. My daughter would seriously live at the beach if she could. When it… Read More


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Cheese and Charcuterie Board for Kids

Cheese and charcuterie boards are a host’s best-kept party secret! Why? They require little preparation time, offer a large variety of textures and flavors, and are visual eye candy. And though they are often made with adults in mind, they’re perfect for kids too! After all, kids love cheese, deli meats, crackers, fruit, and dips–all the… Read More


How To Let Kids Pick Their Outfit But Still Match

Let’s face it, I’m an organized, like-things-done-the-right-way mom. So when I heard multiple times that letting your kids pick their outfit for the day is a good thing to do I felt torn. I want to be a good mom and following this good parenting practice, but the type-A side of me really wants my kid’s… Read More


safe teen dating tips for parents and teens

Safe Teen Dating: 22 Tips for Parents and Teens

Unfortunately, bad things can happen to even the best of teens. And, quite frankly, it doesn’t matter how fun the date is if safety is compromised. Safety first! While we can’t prevent every bad thing from happening, there are things parents and teens can do to dramatically increase the likelihood of safe teen dating. Each tip… Read More


How to Help Your Child Succeed [by Ashley LeBaron]

Helping Children Develop a Mindset for Success Children are very impressionable. Even the offhand comment can shape who they become. This can seem alarming to parents, but it is also a wonderful opportunity. As a parent, be deliberate and careful about how you talk to your children because it will influence how successful they become.… Read More


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The Key to a Happy Marriage After Baby [by Ashley LeBaron]

Happy Marriage After Baby? Every parent knows that a baby changes everything—including your marriage. The stats can be really discouraging if you’re hoping for a happy marriage after baby: After the birth of the first child… 2/3 of couples’ marital satisfaction drops 1/6 stays about the same But the one we don’t hear as much about?… Read More


10 things productive moms do before 10 am

10 Things Productive Moms Do Before 10 AM

It’s no secret. How we begin our day sets the tone for the whooole rest of day. Gain positive momentum by engaging in the activities that will put you in the mindset and pattern of success. Here we reveal the 10 things productive moms do before 10 AM. 10 Things Productive Moms Do Before 10… Read More


5 Valentine’s Day Traditions Your Family Will Love

Valentine’s Day is approaching! Looking for some Valentine’s Day traditions to start with your family? Well. . . Roses are red, violets are blue, read the traditions below, so you’ll know what to do!   I love that there is a day dedicated to showing and telling your family and friends how much you LOVE them. While I was… Read More