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How to Practice Name Recognition with Your Toddler

Babies learn to recognize your voice early on. It can comfort and soothe them when they are fussy or afraid. Somewhere between the age of five and seven months, babies understand the sound of their name and that it refers to them. It’s natural…

November 20, 2017
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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
Moms

10 Essential Mom Hacks for Living with Toddlers

Living with a toddler is a lot of fun, except when it isn’t. It’s OK. You can agree for just a minute and not feel guilty. We’re all parents and caregivers here. The day-to-day is beautiful but chaotic, fun but insane, worth all the…

April 3, 2017
Moms

10 Reasons Why I Legitimately Miss Having a Teeny, Tiny Baby

Being the parent of a toddler is amazing. There’s activity around every corner — some of it full of mischief. There’s artwork on my walls, intentional and not-so-intentional. There’s a pile of toys waiting to be dumped onto the floor every evening — and…

March 9, 2017
Moms

7 Snowy Day Activities for You and Your Toddler

As a kid, snow days are magical and full of wonder. Do you remember jumping up and down on your bed with your pajamas inside out hoping that this magical combination would cancel school?! (No? Just me…) As a parent, though, they are filled…

December 12, 2016
Moms

7 Unique Ways to Survive Thanksgiving With a Toddler

Now that we’ve made it past Halloween, Thanksgiving is swiftly approaching, and with it comes fantastic food, good company and endlessly energetic toddlers trying to get into everything from the oven to the liquor cabinet and everything in between. Let us be the first…

November 21, 2016
Moms

The Delicate Tightrope Walk That Is Being a Toddler Parent

If you do a quick Google search or walk into any bookstore, you will see a ridiculous amount of  parenting advice. This advice is often contradictory because everyone knows there are a million different methods for getting your kid to sleep through the night.…

October 17, 2016
Moms

5 Ways to Teach Your Toddler to Be (More) Independent

Moms (and dads) of toddlers are pretty accustomed to a little person attached to their leg, hip or hands – sometimes all at the same time. They are used to being silly playmates, a horsey for riding, a booboo-kissing soother and a nighttime bedtime snuggler.…

August 9, 2016