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Teaching Kids About Money [Visual Guide!]

My daughter is at the age where she understands you need money in order to get what you want. Well sorta…she understands my shiny card can get her more ice cream (you have to start somewhere, right?). She absolutely loves hauling her tiny, pink,…

August 27, 2017
Moms

A Case for Not Piercing Your Child’s Ears

When it comes to parenting, everyone has an opinion to give you. From feeding your kid organic veggies to receiving shots, your child must be the result of perfect decision-making. It’s enough to drive any parent nuts. When it comes to piercing your child’s…

August 25, 2017
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Four Natural Ways To Beat Stress So You Can Be A Rockstar Mindful Mama

Ash Stevens, of One Damn Good Woman, has returned with another fantabulous post! Find her on Twitter or Facebook and make a new friend! I’m all about being mindful and zen and healthy. However, as a working mother with a house full of yowling human poop machines, this is easier said…

August 17, 2017
Moms RandOM

What You Need to Know About Your Child’s Eyes

They are the window to your child’s world. Vision directly affects your young one’s ability to perceive, learn, sense danger and appreciate beauty. Yet it’s not always easy to discern if your child has trouble seeing, especially if they’re pre-verbal. Below you’ll find some…

August 16, 2017
Moms

Kids and Grandparents – The Unbreakable Bond

The following is a guest post from Sandra Moncada. Sandra  is a cycling enthusiast, who frequently escapes to hang out with her literary and movie heroes. She is vitamin D’s biggest fan, who is passionate about meditation, Pilates and beating stress. When she’s not floating…

May 30, 2017
Moms RandOM

How to Throw the Perfect Memorial Day Picnic

Hey, no one ever said throwing the perfect Memorial Day picnic would be easy. But it doesn’t have to be stressful or expensive either. Follow these five easy steps to ensure a perfect picnic celebration for you and your friends and family. Prep the…

May 23, 2017
Moms

On a Wing and a Mudra: Mindful Travel with Kids

The following is a guest post from Katie Kapro. Katie Kapro is a lifelong traveler and nonfiction writer from the intermountain west. She is presently in the midst of planning her next big adventure to the mountains of Scandinavia, where it’s her hope to spit…

May 18, 2017
Moms

Rainy-Day Games for Your Rambunctious Toddler

The weather is warming up, and we can finally start letting the kids play outside again. Unfortunately, warmer weather always brings those April showers that leave us stuck indoors with toddlers who are full of energy with nowhere to use it. We all love…

May 16, 2017
RandOM

How You Can Celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week

Teachers have some of the hardest jobs out there — having to wrangle upwards of 30 little kids while spoon-feeding their brains with all the information they’re going to need to be successful and productive adults. While teachers should definitely be appreciated every single…

May 5, 2017
Moms

What You Should Know About Stepparents

The following is a guest post from Gerardo Campbell, the mastermind behind the excellent blog Support for Stepdads. As a child who grew up with a stepdad (and who is likely getting another one very soon) I think this is an incredibly important discussion…

May 4, 2017