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Mini Mod Furniture For The Kiddos

Now that my little one is not so much of a baby anymore (sob!) I'm realizing that she is in need of furniture that is scaled to her size. I've been on the hunt for furniture for her room and playroom. If she had her way, we would have all Disney princess themed furnishings. Don't get me wrong, I love myself some Disney princesses (Ariel, I'm lookin' at you girl), but I do not want Anna and Elsa plastered all over my house.

Luckily these days there is some seriously chic children's…


Added by Ashley Sieker on March 4, 2015 at 10:16am — No Comments

Ontario’s New Sex Ed Curriculum: How It Affects Parents At Home

It’s been more than 15 years since the Sex Ed Curriculum in Ontario has been updated, and it seems the reaction among parents is divided. The new curriculum has made changes all across the board and will effect grades as early as grade 1. Some of the changes will include teaching students about…


Added by Amy Ngai on March 4, 2015 at 9:47am — No Comments

Having a Midwife is Awesome - 12 Reasons Why

I was introduced to midwifery by two friends who had given birth with midwives as their primary caregivers. After doing some extensive research and talking to my family doctor - who divulged that she had had two home births and was biased towards having a midwife - I called…


Added by Patricia Pazos on March 4, 2015 at 9:05am — 2 Comments

10 Best Cars for the School Run

Which kind of mommy are you? I went to the Geneva International Motor Show to pick out the hottest cars for us moms.

I had the good fortune to get press tickets to the opening of the Geneva International Motor Show today and like the intrepid reporter that I am, I made sure to get some pictures of some of the sexiest new cars for us working mums. These will certainly get you noticed on the school run.…


Added by Sophie Furley on March 4, 2015 at 8:30am — No Comments

One-Pan Salmon Saves the Night!

Some nights, when the baby is running wild throughout the house, and your husband, in spite of his best efforts, can’t manage to control her, making dinner can be nearly impossible. On these nights I often like to disappear into the bathroom for a few minutes, soak in the tub, and tune out the world.

That was last night. McKinley has been fighting yet another cold on top of an ear infection – they tend to go hand-in-hand with teething for her, and we haven’t left the house. When you…


Added by Erin Gregory on March 4, 2015 at 8:22am — No Comments

Determining the Significance of Existence or Life Purpose

Finding the meaning of existence is a significant questioning attribute which is made possible in general making a co-existence in all attribute of living. Many experts have made a heuristic reply for the question why we are living and what’s the purpose of being on earth. Many people are still deriving new possibilities on every day which actually are correlated and determine on the same scope of answer. The philosophical way of living makes a man to be perfectly fit on the above constrain.…


Added by Julia Gomes on March 4, 2015 at 8:09am — No Comments

Delight Your Baby by Buying Safest and Comfortable Baby Car Seat

Majority of the parents who are concerned to buy baby car seat have just one primary consideration in their mind- the child’s safety. Generally, an average family spends majority of their time in deciding about the safe and comfortable car seat for their baby in order to keep them safe. Choosing the one that is best for your baby is not an easy task as it needs to be according to your car, your budget and most important the baby who is going to use it.…


Added by Julia Gomes on March 4, 2015 at 7:51am — No Comments

When your bully lives at home

My son likes to tell me stories about his classmates' behavior at school. (He's a bit of a talker.) I know all about the children who use too many paper towels, or the ones who never sleep during quiet time, and even about the ones who have too many "hateful words." I remind my son that I am only interested in his behavior. Then I remind him that…


Added by Lauren Markman on March 4, 2015 at 6:33am — No Comments

Checkout This If Looking to Lose Some Weight For Women

Are you stopping yourself from starting a weight loss program? Don’t you have any idea about ways to shed weight? Do not stress - all of us need to start at some time, and…


Added by Julia Gomes on March 4, 2015 at 1:59am — No Comments

Vicks Shower Bomb Recipe

It is that time of year where cooties run rampid. We have been sick on and off all month. These Vicks Shower bombs help open up your sinuses. They are easy to make.

Added by Mandie on March 3, 2015 at 11:08pm — 1 Comment


Disclaimer: Yes, this blog is probably about you, but I am also 100% guilty of this as well.  In fact ironically, I’ve been sitting here thinking I just don’t have time to write this morning because I have too many other things to do, which is all the more reason why it needs to be done.

A conversation between two moms:

Mom 1: “I haven’t seen you in a while, how have you been?”

Mom 2: “We’ve been so busy!  We’ve has this and that……..”

Sound familiar?  How many…


Added by Kacey Hartung on March 3, 2015 at 10:55pm — No Comments

How did I almost lose my best friend?

It was June 27, 2009, the happiest day of my life. The sun was shining bright, but my heart felt even warmer than that perfect summer day. I was about to say "I do!" to the love of my life, who just so happened to be my best friend.…

Added by Denise LaRosa on March 3, 2015 at 10:40pm — No Comments

My Reluctant Extended Breastfeeding Journey and Nursing My Toddler

If you would have asked me three years ago about my plans for breastfeeding, I probably would have told you that I might try to nurse for 6 weeks. I would have made a face at the idea that I would nurse for a year, let alone PAST a year.

For me the decision to extended breastfeed was a slow and reluctant one. When Bodie told me his mother chose to nurse him for at least a year, I was pretty taken aback. I thought only crazy hippies…


Added by Michelle Ruth Brown on March 3, 2015 at 9:18pm — No Comments

Got Kids? Save Money When Filing Federal Income Taxes

If you've just had your first child, whether birth or adopted, you know that it’s worth your time to read over the tax forms and instructions regarding children and dependents.

The tax code offers parents many credits and deductions that are designed to help your federal tax bottom line. Raising kids is expensive, and properly claiming your children as your dependents will help get you back some of your childcare costs at the end of the year.

After compiling your tax records,…


Added by Gabby Revel on March 3, 2015 at 8:40pm — No Comments

A letter to my parents...and my children

Added by Cristina on March 3, 2015 at 8:00pm — No Comments

Sometimes, You Have To Go With The Flow

Sometimes, it just feels like your world collides with something and everything just kind of…stops.

Last week, Lucy decided she was afraid of my laptop cord. So she pulled the whole charging port out of it. I thought, meh, no big deal. I figured we’d have to replace the laptop at the end of the year, so we’re just doing that a little early. I don’t use it a ton, anyway.

So I ordered a replacement, took the longer free shipping option, moved on.

And then I realized just…


Added by Cortney Galster on March 3, 2015 at 4:30pm — No Comments

Stepsibling growing pains

I always wished I’d had another child close in age to my son, so he could grow up with a playmate—a built-in best friend. It seemed like the perfect fit when I met my husband, as he had a son one year older and a daughter one year younger. My son would gain not one playmate,…

Added by Blended Ever After on March 3, 2015 at 1:14pm — No Comments

St. Patrick's Day Recipe Ideas

You don't have to be Irish to love St. Patrick's Day, and it's a festive occasion for sure.  What's not to love about corned beef and cabbage?  There are a lot of other staple recipes the Irish are noted for you're certain to fall in love with as well.

Mini Shepard's Pie  …


Added by Cynthia ~ The Girlz Korner on March 3, 2015 at 11:06am — 2 Comments

Social Media Babies

This morning I shared a picture of a little girl that I used to care for.  Her mother and I are Facebook friends and today is her seventh birthday.  Her mother sent me a nice message and asked me if I could please take down the post I shared because she's very sketchy and crazy when it comes to pictures of her children on the internet.  I apologized and I felt so bad because I should have asked her first.  But it made me think about the photos I post of me and my son on Facebook or…


Added by Kristina McClendon on March 3, 2015 at 10:30am — 1 Comment

How Fitness can help put an End to Postpartum Depression

They say motherhood is one of the hardest jobs a woman will ever have. The up-all-nights, constantly being needed and cried for, lack of free time, spit up, throw up, endless poopy diapers, the list goes on. Some women step into the role with ease and grace, it’s what we are meant to do after all, right? A baby is born after a few hours of sweat and maybe some tears from the new Mother, and then they embrace and smile and the room is filled with love and jubilation. Then the trio returns…


Added by Erin Gregory on March 3, 2015 at 8:30am — No Comments

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