When kids are first reading, there is typically a lot of excitement. It’s important for us as parents to encourage a love of reading. What better way to do that than with a book about baby animals! Our kids love this National Geographic Kids Book, Hey Baby!: A Collection of Pictures, Poems, and Stories from Nature’s Nursery.
We got this book through Moms Meet and our kids are loving it! Read about why we love it, why it would make a great gift, and how you can win a copy!
The holidays are all about creating and sharing memories. Memorable holiday moments can come from the most unlikely sources. There are also some fantastic things you can do with your family during the holidays to create memorable holiday moments.
From the spontaneous to the planned, we have tips for easy ways to create holiday memories with your family.
Play is powerful for learning. With gifts for creativity we give kids the opportunity to learn while having fun. These gifts will inspire creativity in kids so they are learning while having fun!
So much better than giving gifts of toys that will get played with once and set aside, gifts that inspire creativity create more opportunities for play. The gift themselves have endless possibilities for play and learning.
Have you thought about an online reading program for your kids?
Reading Kingdom has been so fun for our children. The are at two different reading levels, but can both use this program. We are sharing our experiences, what we like about the program, and some helpful information before you start.
As winter arrives, we all want to stay healthy. Prevention is key, because nobody has time for a cold! We moms especially want to do all we can to help our family stay healthy as winter approaches. We know if we get a cold life goes on, if the kids get a cold life gets a bit harder, if our husbands get a cold all heck breaks loose! 🙂
Here are some easy tips to help your family stay healthy as the weather changes.
Motivating Mom Stephanie is a mom of a toddler and works from home on her business raceHer. She has some great advice for taking care of yourself first, giving yourself grace or calling yourself out when needed.
…moms get in constant caregiver mode and it can feel weird or indulgent to do something for yourself but its all about balance and remembering you are important too!
I love hearing from other moms and how they stay committed to a healthy lifestyle and model healthy habits for their children. Stephanie is a mom who works from home, and has figured out she can’t do it all. She has really inspiring advice about finding the time to take care of yourself, trading off “Parent #1“ duties, and taking help where you can get it to be a better Mom!
Let’s hear from Motivating Mom Stephanie!
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