Help! My Toddler Came Without Instructions!

When your baby becomes a toddler, his or her transition can be overwhelming. Your sweet baby becomes a rambunctious little human being, who is their own person and will do anything to prove it to you! Broken ornaments, tantrums and endless energy are just some of the many adjustments a parent must be ready for. How can parents enjoy the precious moments of having a toddler without becoming overwhelmed with “toddler troubles”? Why don’t toddlers come with instructions? Author Blythe Lipman has created just that with her new book “Help! My Toddler Came Without Instructions”. It can’t be more...

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Earth Rescue Cleaning Products

As parents on the go, we all want to have a livable home. We want our children to come home to a safe, clean environment. Of course we want to clean our house and have it free of germs, but we also don’t want to use harsh chemicals, especially with curious, always exploring children. Earth Rescue  gave a few of their samples of green products to use.  It could not come at a better time, because to be honest, our family had caught  a cold. So, making sure everything was clean and fresh was important. We received their...

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Bedtime Routines To Help Your Toddler Sleep Better

  By:Jenn Kelner @mybabyzzz Bedtime Routines to Help Your Toddler Sleep Better Does your little one have a hard time falling asleep at night?  Are you exhausted by the bedtime battles with your toddler?  Does your child repeatedly ask for things just to delay bedtime?  The solution to this common child sleep issue may lie in how you and your child spend the last hour before bedtime. Just like you may have a little bedtime ritual yourself – tea, bath, reading – children also need a soothing bedtime routine. What is a bedtime routine? A bedtime routine is a...

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A Road Trip With A Toddler: Snack Planning

Planning for a long trip is both exciting and exhausting.  It can be difficult to plan out which munchies you should make and bring and which ones you should buy on the road. I prefer to have snacks that do not crumble, smear or that are too wet.  Remember, your children will be sitting in their car seat for a couple of hours at a time and you may not be able to clean them up right away. One of the first things I purchased before our trip was an attachable snack and drink holder that attached to our...

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