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Three At-Home Science Experiments for Your Child’s Learning Style

Science experiments are fun, messy, and a great way to cater to kids with a variety of learning styles.

Kids are naturally messy creatures, and curious! Experiments that you can do with your child at home in the kitchen are a great way to teach him about a variety of scientific subjects!

No matter the primary learning style of your child, you can adjust these experiments to best benefit him. Continue reading

5 Must-Have Products for Better Sleep With Babies & Toddlers | Guest Post

You guys!  The Twincesses got big girl bunk beds this past weekend!  I can’t even believe it, they aren’t little babies anymore.  Excuse me while I go cry myself a river….

Speaking of babies, my friend’s son is not sleeping well, so she asked me for some sleep suggestions, advice, or products  that worked for The Twincesses when they were younger, and I thought I’d share them with you.   So, here’s my list of  5 must-have products that help babies and toddlers sleep better. Continue reading

Reasons You Should Travel With Your Children

“Vacation” and “travel” aren’t necessarily the same thing.

While vacation is strictly an escape from the every day, travel has many more nuances.

Travel is an activity that is rewarding on so many levels. Educational, physical, emotional…especially for your children! Continue reading

10 Mother’s Day Gift Ideas for Expectant Moms

Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 14th!

Is there a soon-to-be mama in your life? Have you been struggling with what to get her for Mother’s Day this year?

We’ve got some great ideas for you! Continue reading

Four Road Trip Hacks For Parents – Guest Post

A road trip is one of the best ways to travel when you have kids. They’re already used to riding in the car, so the method of traveling isn’t out of the ordinary for them. It also gives everyone the opportunity to sight-see along the way and provides the option of taking a look around towns you wouldn’t typically stop in otherwise.

However, before you set out on a road trip, you’ll need to be prepared to ensure your travels go smoothly. When you have younger kids, it’s especially important to have the car well-stocked with supplies for the trip, as well as toys to keep your children entertained. If you aren’t sure of the best way to begin prepping, the following road trip hacks can help! Continue reading