Ladies and Gentlemen its Dancing With The Babies. J and CB are dancing the jive to Bruno Marz's I want to be a millionaire. Please pay careful and close attention to the footwork and J's lead of CB across the dance floor. (See More)
Added by Heather Jones on November 22, 2010 at 8:02pm —
I know there are two camps when it comes to sleeping with kids – those that don’t and those that do. When Isabella was born, I just had to…
Added by MELISSA MADDEN on November 16, 2010 at 11:02pm —
So yesterday I was going thru J myster's drawers and boxing up his 6-9 and 9-12 month stuff that he has grown out of. We have been lucky to receive most of his cloths from friends. I have boxes of cloths for him up to 4 years old. It is great to have friends who have boys! I did discover we had no size 4 shoes for him and he has pretty much grown out of 3's. Another thing that made me tear up a bit is Sunday J myster turned 20 months!! 20 MONTHS!! How did this happen? How did my baby get so big… Continue
Added by Heather Jones on November 9, 2010 at 6:30am —
This week has been rough for both the hubby and me. Hunky Hubs had to go to work early wednesday morning and had to wake up at 4:30 for some big hospital project. Well he went to bed early. I stayed up late to sew. These days staying up late means staying up til 11:30. HA HA!! I'm a parent don't bust my balls. We normally go to bed around 10:30. (Read More)
Added by Heather Jones on October 2, 2010 at 1:54pm —
Almost this time last year when we went to Hunky Hubs Company picnic J
Myster wasn't even crawling yet. This Company Picnic was on my birthday
last year, this year they pushed it to September and decided to do it in
Sedona. So while I've talked about the drive down to Sedona being a… Continue
Added by Heather Jones on September 27, 2010 at 9:21pm —
Last week I received products to review for my first review and giveaway to the first person who buys a cloth diaper from me once my shop opens, possibly at the end of the week.
So I opened the box and was surprised to see, not… Continue
Added by Heather Jones on September 21, 2010 at 3:48pm —
Imagine a lovely mom n’ pop restaurant on a beachy island. Perfect ambiance, honest food, good service. It’s also the last day of your family vacation, so you’re looking forward to a little celebrating at the dinner table.
The tomatoes on the salad are ruby-red and farm-fresh, the newly baked brown bread steams with delight, the shrimp are gianormous and cooked perfectly and the crab bisque….ahh, that sensuous, mouth-watering, swooningly-delicious fresh soup. All is peaceful… Continue
Added by Yang Mommy on September 14, 2010 at 10:05am —
I have taught sign language to my son since he was six months old and I have to say it is a great tool in communication. My son started signing back at 8 months of age and his first sign was "milk". He would successfully sign this back to me when he was hungry and it was great in curbing any kind of frustration with not know why he was crying, that and routine schedules I believe have helped greatly. I won't sit here and say that my son doesn't throw some pretty good tantrums, he's 18 months… Continue
Added by Heather Jones on September 13, 2010 at 2:25pm —
So in our quest to have the perfect weekend with a barbecue with the in laws....it didn't turn out that great...at least not for my husband. Well the barbecue turned out great thanks to my sister in Law and Her Husband who brought over their grill because ours would have exploded. (Read More)
Added by Heather Jones on August 17, 2010 at 10:53am —
His nose wrinkles as he grips the head of the elephant toy. Then he rips the head off and says "Ah Oh". He looks down at the headless corps in satisfaction, then up at me with pride in what he had done. (Read More)
Added by Heather Jones on August 14, 2010 at 10:00am —
This summer, I'm taking another round of "swimming" classes with my toddler. For her, it's a way to get comfortable in the water; I know she will not master the art of the backstroke but she will learn to float on her back.
But for me, it's a lesson on what not to wear, what to bring and what to really do in the water with my tot! (Yes moms and dads, if you want your child to blow bubbles in the pool then you too must insert face in water!)
Come share… Continue
Added by Yang Mommy on July 22, 2010 at 8:30am —
Dapper Snapper, the genius, money saving solution to a common childhood wardrobe malfunction
is unbelievable simple. Simply slip the ends through the back belt loop son any pair of pants and snap to the correct size! The Dapper Snapper makes any pair of pants with belt loops into adjustable waist pants. It’s perfect for potty training toddlers; no bunched up fabric near the button or snap and zipper so it’s easier for little fingers to take care of… Continue
Added by Julia Angel on July 20, 2010 at 7:13pm —
No. I'm not dying. Not yet, anyway. I'm referring to the light at the end of the… Continue
Added by Jodie Ansted on July 14, 2010 at 7:26pm —
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Tweet and Win a copy of my new exciting children's book Goony Goo-Goo and Ga-Ga Too!
Everyone who tweets "Watch @KiaMorganSmith on REAL TALK with Kia July 14th @6p.m. www.InternetFabulous.TV
" between now and July 14th will be entered into a chance to win a signed copy of my exciting children's book! Pass the word to friends. Anyone can enter and win. The… Continue
Added by The CincoMom on July 11, 2010 at 11:40am —
Things “They” Never Tell You…
As I make my way through the minefield of parenting, I have come to realize that there are far too many things no one ever bothers to tell you…BEFORE you have kids. It’s highly possible that these secrets are so closely guarded as to ensure the survival of the species. Whether or not these secrets would have changed my mind on… Continue
Added by Tracy Warner on June 24, 2010 at 3:31am —
I just love this photo … As much as we may not want to admit it; there truly is a little bugger and devil in all our children. It does not matter how cute and adorable we think they may be at the time because we can't loose sight of the fact discipline is so very important when raising children. We all can attest a child's unacceptable behavior can get out of hand very quickly when it is ignored and not addressed immediately. They are extremely bright… Continue
Added by Cynthia ~ The Girlz Korner on June 14, 2010 at 9:00am —
We are deep in the Terrible Twos Jungle. Just a few days ago we passed the half-way mark much to the relief to the majority of us who are on this safari. We would have celebrated that momentous occasion
but just as we passed the mark the Two Year Old decided she had an idea
of her own: a temper tantrum. Why? Mommy dared to shower.
Mommy tried to explain to the Two Year Old that it was fine, that although Mommy was a bit stinky, the idea of having a waterfall in the middle of… Continue
Added by Kathryn Caldwell on May 19, 2010 at 8:30am —
Research shows that participation in musical games has many positive effects on kids.
When kids sing, they organize vowels and consonants in a rhythmic pattern which helps to build language and vocabulary skills.
Musical games also help to develop kids' fine and gross motor skills, resulting in better coordination. Putting movement and music together uses both sides of the brain.
Of course there's other reasons to introduce music into your kids' lives: It's just… Continue
Added by Wendy Wiseman on May 2, 2010 at 11:00am —
Some playgroups like to structure their time. Some moms enjoy planning activities and learning opportunities while others appreciate the time to chill, watch the kids play, but otherwise stay out of their way and have some “mom time.” Which is better? It’s not really a matter of better, but there is something to be said for unstructured play. Scienceblogs.com recently featured an article based on a study published Development Psychology. The study found that unstructured playgroups found a… Continue
Added by Jodi on April 23, 2010 at 7:48am —
The best parenting help in the world would be if each toddler came with an individual owner's manual to assist parents in the trying times of toddlerhood. Sure there is plenty of helpful advice out there from other moms and dads and professionals, but every child is different, with a different temperament so usually parents end up on a trial and error basis when using parenting help to assist in raising their toddler. Much of parenting is trial and error and not giving up until you find the… Continue
Added by Michel Jayne Bigardi on April 23, 2010 at 5:02am —