Strengthen what you model to your kids to counteract the powerful, often negative influences of pop culture.
Five no-fail, no-fuss dinners for the family that kids love! Check’em out: 1.) CROCK POT BBQ RIBS You Need: • 3 1/2 lbs pork loin back ribs • 1/4 cup packed brown sugar • 1/2 tsp fresh ground pepper • 3 tbsp liquid smoke (hickory flavour) • 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped • 1 tsp… Read more »
Your little one is mobile! Are you ready?
Every couple of months your husband goes on a bender with the boys. The trouble is, when he does this he is utterly useless the next day — leaving you to single parent pretty much. What can you do about your growing resentment? Try this advice from Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids: How to Stop Yelling… Read more »
Kids love toys, but those toys need a home. Here are some tips to help your children keep those bedrooms cleaner.
I have two singletons and one set of twins and I’ve discovered a few life-saving tricks to multiple mommying. I hope these will help you out, too:
We want our children to learn how to be independent, right? Help them get a good start on that new-found independence by adding a few things around your home to make it more kid-friendly.
“There’s nothing to wear!”
“Where’s my lunch money?
I need lunch money!”
“Oh, no! There’s the bus. Bye, Mom!”
“Bye, Mom. Hey, wait!”
Co-ops with other parent friends in your community make for a great (and affordable!) way to find a babysitter when you don’t have family at the ready.
Personalize your newborn’s nursery to create exactly what you want.