In my house, we think it is great to take pictures in the same chair each month (or each week!) to really see the baby grow before our eyes.
We threw a bubble birthday party, and it was not hard at all. Apparently, I’ve been acquiring bubble tools and solution for years now: when we hauled out all our bubble gear, we didn’t need to buy a thing.
Challenge 2: Mama reconnaissance: When your baby is in a good mood (or better, sleeping!), scope out the “safe places” for baby care.
5 Fun light green, Earth-friendly activities to do with your toddler and only one gets your fingernails dirty. Earth Day any day.
With my 30+ months of breastfeeding experience, I have a few strong opinions for you about nursing bras with little hooking flaps.
Get kids to listen the first time with this helpful free webinar by Amy McCready from Positive Parenting Solutions. We love Amy’s advice.
If you’ve ever introduced a breastfed baby to rice cereal, you already know what I’m about to tell you: solid food is constipating for babies.
I love the open floor-plan and the smaller details that enable our kids to be bigger helpers in the kitchen. Want to create your own kid-friendly kitchen?
Everything I learned about feeding a high-fiber diet to my kid because of crazy toddler constipation (that I hope you never need to use).
Decode your baby’s cries with Dunstan Baby Language like I saw on Oprah. Learning the five words of a baby’s language can help with a super fussy baby.
Nursing breasts are hardworking and need support not to mention easy- and frequent-access. Unfortunately, it seems like these two criteria are often at odds. Here are 3 I like.
Your challenge for the day: Take longer stroller walks to change the scenery and get a little exercise. Explore new neighborhoods, wherever!