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With Lil B heading into Kindergarten in September (wow, how time flies!!) and improving his scissor and fine motor skills, I am always online researching education website to give him the head start he needs, while all having fun!   Check out these printable worksheets with a oh so cute Easter theme! Related Post:  A Letter To My Son On The First Day of School ...

The morning of Lil T’s first birthday, I was sad and lonely…not only was I sad that my youngest was now considered a toddler, but this was the day that I deemed the last day of breastfeeding – forever. Related Post: What I Love About Breastfeeding Since my husband and I decided not to extend our family anymore and knowing that Lil T was going to be my last baby, I felt the need to go the extra mile with him.  Savoring every moment was simply an understatement. And breastfeeding was simply the easiest way of not letting...

The Mickey Mouse Club has you humming M-I-C, see you real soon, K-E-Y, why? because we like you!, this is irresistible Disney magic! As a Disney fanatic, this is the gift that keeps on giving… I’ve been listening to Disney music for as long as I can remember.  I even had the Cinderella soundtrack on LP and remembered how I couldn’t wait to come home from school to listen again again and now that my kids are listening to the same songs, I can’t help but get reminiscence of my childhood.   Here are just a few Disney...

We live in a convenient world. It is easy to settle on a “value” meal at a fast food restaurant simply because we are too tired to cook or we want to give the children a reward. Our country is plumping up compared to the rest of the world because of our ability to make any food look and taste good, although it is slowly killing us. If you don’t want your child to suffer from physical complications later in life, you need to be responsible and put your foot down now. How can you reduce the odds of your...

With the release of Monsters University and Descipable Me 2 in theaters, my toddler keeps asking me to take him to the movies but, with a 5 month old, how can I possibly handle the two?  Do I get a sitter for the newborn?  Or do I wait for the DVD version? Well, with these six simple tips  - passed down to me from other moms and from the web –  you won’t have to deprive your toddler from going to the movies even with a newborn in tow: 1. Plan ahead.  Read reviews, watch the rating and get advice from friends and family...

Today’s guest post is from Kate, a thirty something SAHM to a 21 month old boy and 8 month old girl. Kate and her husband are proof that blind dates do work out. They have been married since 2006 and enjoyed the first few years of marriage traveling and experiencing life. They then had a difficult three and a half year struggle to have a family and is now a lucky and extremely a busy Momma of babies that are 13 months apart. Kate started The Sticky Mom blog as a way to stay sane. Kate needed an outlet for creativity and to share...

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Parent’s Choice Overnight Baby Diapers. Whoever said that potty training can be done overnight, must not have any children…Geez, just when I thought that Lil B had been free and clear of diapers, we would then go back to square one where he would either wet the bed or have to be changed about five or six times a day from potty accidents. So when I was asked to review an overnight diaper that claims to be extra absorbent with an exceptional value – I couldn’t wait to...

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of White Cloud Sleep Pants. Do you have a child who has bedwetting issues? Yep!  Lil B has been potty trained for 6 months now and when we thought we were in the clear of purchasing anymore diapers, I hadn’t really taken in the consideration of him wetting the bed.  As a parents I struggle with guilt thinking that my 3 year old has a problem ie anxiety, loneliness, etc, but in all reality this is just common and sooner or later this will be a thing of the past, but in the meantime...

“Bless your heart”…for having mommy-me time?? After Lil’ B was born, I was dying for some ME time…and I am not talking about uninterrupted bathroom break, nope, I needed a weekend getaway with the gals, sans the family…So when I presented this little getaway escape, a few a of my mom friends gasp and not with delight, but with shock and horror and refusal of wanting to leave their precious cargo overnight.  As my patience wore thin, I argued how the husband would take care of kids, how much this...

If you are a searching for the secret on how to get your newborn to sleep soundly then this is the review for you.  For his follow up to The Happiest Baby on the Block and The Happiest Toddler on the Block, pediatrician Dr. Harvey Karp has tackled yet again one of the biggest issues we parents face: lack of sleep… “Sleep deprivation is the number one problem you face as the parent of a young child,” says Dr. Harvey Karp. ...

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