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Look I get it…motherhood is not a bed of roses each and everyday, its full of its up and downs..from late night feedings, ensuring your child is being the best he/she can be, stressing about the type of friends your child will interact with, bullying, you name it. Trust me motherhood is tough, not because you are doing it wrong, because its tough for every mom.  All the wisdom and courage you need to be the best mother ever is inside you, inside your self doubt, inside your mind…Ok so right now let’s vow to be that...

Babies get through a large amount of clothes for a short time because they grow fast and need new ones very soon. It is important to know how to wash and keep clean your baby’s clothes. Babies have delicate and sensitive skin that should be protected form harsh chemicals and substances. Here you will learn some smart ways to wash your baby’s clothes which you can apply for fresh smelling and safe laundry. It is recommended to wash your baby’s new clothes before wearing for the first time because you don’t know...

When the hubby and I decided that it was time to add kids to our twosome, I never realized that I was preparing my body and mind for the Motherhood of Olympics. My body ached, stretched in areas unmentionable, all to receive the ultimate medal of them all…a beautiful boy…not once but, twice. Yep, I am a two-time gold medal winner. So if you are ready to commit your body and mind to long sleepless nights, you may have the mindset of the next great Mompian. Since you’re already dreaming of that medal, why wait any longer?...

Now that my son is entering 2nd grade, I am doing a checklist on things to increase in independence..and being able to tie his own shoes is on of those milestones.  But being teaching a kid to tie their own shoes can be one of the most difficult things to teach EVER! So after several failed attempts at trying to teach the “bunny ears” method and the “wrap around method” I had all but given up.  But not until come across this awesome SHOE TYING HACK. ...

Yep, I’m one of those moms. The kind of mom who watches her (almost) 7 year old walk two feet away to school, a mom that eagerly anticipates those emails about being class parent or class chaperone or class parent something oh and remember the time that I fought a two year old ? Oh yea, there are things that I hate admitting doing as a Mom for the sake of my kids but, I guess the first step is admitting it right??! Now with my oldest in summer camp, having a total blast, who would have expected a mommy melt down?  NO PARENTS CHAPERONE...

Summer is finally here, yay!  The kids are in their glory right now, from pool playdates, firework displays to the enjoyment of staying up late, so when I had to break the news to the kiddies that we must begin to prepare for school all I heard were moans and groans.  Raise your hand if this is happening to you? So today, I am sharing with you a few of my very own (cleaver) learning tricks, favorite learning links and website to include throughout your summer daily schedule. ...

Think stay at home moms have it super easy?  Think stay at home moms get to watch soaps all day?  Well, today I’m keeping it extra real and giving you the low down on the myths from being a stay at home mom. ...

When an apple is cut (or bruised), oxygen is introduced into the injured plant tissue. When oxygen is present in cells, polyphenol oxidase (PPO) enzymes in the chloroplasts rapidly oxidize phenolic compounds naturally present in the apple tissues to o-quinones, colorless precursors to brown-colored secondary products. So in mommy terms…”yuk brown apples are cooties” according to my 5 year old.  And what 5 year old wants cooties? So in order for this mama to allow my son from not eating “cooties”, I have...

Lifestyle expert and prop stylist Annette Joseph shows how to use pretty trays, jars, and baskets to transform the inside of your fridge into a beautiful and organized storage space. ...

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