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Big Boy Room

This past weekend we did some rearranging and winter cleaning in our house. While we were cleaning, we also switched a couple of rooms…our office and Logan’s room. Logan was upgraded to the big boy room and he was very excited. Before we could move things around, painting needed to happen. Okay, I should correct that. […]

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The Day I Stopped Buying Cards.

No. I’m not trying to start a coup against Hallmark, or the convenient dollar store card collection, I have been on a dual mission lately – to find ways to preserve memories while simultaneously minimizing . You heard me, I’m attempting a double standard here. Mothers Day 2014 was the beginning of a new era in our […]

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The Power of 15 Minutes

Yup. 15 minutes. That’s all I need. Well, actually I could use 15 hours, but I live with a 3 yr old and a 20 month old. Enough said. I have learned in the last months, as I have bounced between two different personality-blessed children, both with different needs based on ages and preferences, that […]

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Step AWAY from the Goldfish

Step AWAY from the Goldfish

Back away from the goldfish crackers mama…put them down slowly and no one gets hurt!! There are better options…but what they heck are they? Check out some Toddler Tips for Clean Eating. We’re not looking for perfection, but improvement. Plus, when you eat all the leftovers or extras thrown at you- you’ll be eating clean […]

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TV Guidelines for Babies

TV Guidelines for Babies

Tough subject, lots of opinions here! But don’t follow the crowd just because, make up your mind for yourself, and get educated…as with anything. You’re the parent and you need to do what’s best for you and your family. TV for kids. I’m specifically addressing newborn through 2 years old.    The current recommendation via […]

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Disciplining 101 and 5 Tips for Moms

Disciplining kids is a challenge for most parents. Duh, right!?!?! By profession, I’m a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who primarily works with kids with disabilities. It can be hard as a professional to know the most appropriate way to respond and I have a ton of experience and training, however it’s even harder as a […]

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