An activity tracker or simple step-counting device can motivate you to have a better day.
Jammies make the best Halloween costumes. For $20 you’ve got PJs your child can wear all year long. Also, comfy as heck! Yay pajama Halloween.
Here’s the cheeky challenge of the day: Dress up your baby in the most mismatched baby outfit and invite over some others for a ugly-clothing contest.
Our best guide to Halloween costumes for babies and toddlers includes easy costumes for first Halloweens, DIY links, and great deals for store-bought costumes. Basically, we love Halloween!
Challenge 24 is to act like a tourist in the town where you live. Hit the museums and lunch spots where only tourists seem to go. Enjoy!
Moms Night In is just as giggly as Girls Night Out. It’s nighttime socializing with no babysitter required! Yeah, the easiest version is on your couch.
Your weekly challenge (Number 22 of 52!) is to enjoy the rainbow of colors at an outdoor plant nursery.
I had a hard time naming Sawyer. Although I do like to avoid sharing a baby’s name until he is born, this time, I was not playing coy: I didn’t know yet.
If walking away from your baby on the floor feels strange, we feel you. Throw a blanket down for tummy time, and keep your floors as dirty as you want.
Your challenge this week is to seek out the tot story time at your library and go there. Space out while someone else entertains you both.
To avoid pregnancy heartburn, say bye to drinking water with meals. For me it really flared up around 25 weeks pregnant. Ugh.
Disneyland is a magical place. Happiest place on earth, right? For a three-year old it can be all kinds of wonderful — and overwhelming.