Make Memories with a Summer Bucket List for Toddlers!

Summer makes me so giddy!  I have so many fond memories growing up that come to mind- like jumping through sprinklers, watching fireworks, eating ice cream and playing kickball in a friend’s yard.  Summer is all about memories!  It doesn’t have to be elaborate trips to Disney. It includes all different kinds of memories- planned days out to the zoo… Read More

Find out the Truth- Why Don’t I Love My Postpartum Body?

Finding the truth on how to dig deep into your self talk to develop a positive body image and finally say I "love my postpartum body"! 8 Tips Included!

Many of us have struggled accepting our postpartum bodies. Regardless of the truly miraculous things our bodies just accomplished. In the same instance, for many of us, it’s not the first time we have hated on ourselves. After struggling to lose all of the weight of my second pregnancy and feeling badly about myself, I finally got to the point… Read More

10 Best Children’s Books to Diversify your Library

10 best children's books to diversify your library! Expose your babies and toddlers to new worlds through these beautiful characters from this collection of multicultural children's books, perfect for babies and toddlers.

Love trumps hate, right?  This is a pivotal time in our world, I think our kids are going to be even more vocal about sensitive topics than ever before.  And more aware.  I strongly think hate comes from lack of knowledge and awareness. For our kids to love, to truly love beyond what is  familiar, they need exposure to worlds… Read More

The Most Amazing Ways to Create Magical Spaces for Kids

Use these amazing ideas to nourish your kids' imaginations! Inspiration for your playroom makeover or kids room design to create magical spaces for kids.

One of the most endearing qualities in kids is their imaginations.  Maybe because as an adult we are so detached from using that part of our mind.  From pretending to be firemen, to a princess or superheroes saving the day.  They tend to see things in a more magical way than adults do.  A perfect way to nourish their imaginative minds… Read More

5 Ways to Overcome Money Issues in your Relationship

How to overcome money issues in your relationship together to avoid marriage problems because of financial problems.

  Creating new budgets or really most situations involving money management can get stressful.  My husband and I also have different financial personalities, that adds another fun level to dealing with money. When we decided that it was best for our family if I become a stay at home mom, we needed to create a new budget for the change… Read More

Perfect Mother’s Day Gift – Get Her in the Pictures!

Moms are not in pictures enough! The perfect Mother's Day gift for the mom in your life is a way she can document the year with beautiful photos.

Alright moms, pick up your phone and go to your pictures.  Scroll back through the last few events that you attended with your kids.  How many were you “there” for? Meaning, actually in the pictures.  I wasn’t at the park with my family, or at the Bubbles playspace, or art class, or building a snowman (except that I built the… Read More

How to Convert a Nursery to a Toddler Room

Is your baby growing up? Are you wondering how to design their toddler room? Read on for great tips on how to convert a nursery to a toddler room with a DIY reading corner and play table craft corner.

We spend a lot of time planning our baby’s nursery.  It’s new, exciting and there are so many adorable things we can incorporate into the room. Of course, those first couple of years went by at lightning speed!  Now you have a moving toddler that has outgrown some of the things in their room.  If you want to keep your… Read More

Newborn Sleep Training & The Most Important Tip for Good Sleep

Newborn Sleep Training that you can start from Day 1. The most important tip for good sleep that prevents future sleep problems.

First things first. There are no universally right or wrong ways to raise kids, or to sleep train kids.  After I had my first son Miles, and he only wanted to sleep by being held- I became really passionate about sleep.  In a really dorky, read too many books on newborn sleep training, kind of way.  After some knowledge coupled… Read More