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5 Ways to Prepare Little Ones for a Visit to Grandparents

The 24-hour-a-day job, always being there with your child physically, will fly by before you know it. Eventually, they will be old enough to spend the night with other family members, which means they get to spend a weekend with grandma and grandpa. Not only will this give you and your spouse some much-earned time to be together without your kids present, and your kids will get a break from you as well. Having grandparents in your … [Read more...]

How to Help Your Teen Get a Good Night’s Sleep? 6 Effective Tips

Sleep deprivation has become a norm in adolescents in today’s world. Statistics show that the average sleep time has dropped by 40-50% in children aged between thirteen and nineteen. Around 58% of middle-graders and 73% of high schoolers don’t get the recommended sleep per night.   Many teens think it’s natural for them to stay awake through the night and even a necessity to achieve their goals. This, combined with the stress and pressure at … [Read more...]

Choosing the Right Mattress for Healthy Child Sleep

When looking to replace their child's mattress, many parents are unsure what to look for. Choosing the right mattress for a healthy child's sleep doesn't mean just a size upgrade. No doubt, the size will be a significant upgrade — however, as your child grows, their sleeping habits, pattern, and style change. You need to pay attention to these factors to ensure your child's comfort. This article is your ultimate guide to finding the … [Read more...]

How Much Does it Cost to Rent Chairs For a Party

Miami is famous for its outdoor and indoor parties. Whether you are looking to rent chairs for a birthday party, wedding, kids party, or any other type of event, know that chair rental in Miami is top-notch and highly affordable.  According to Nicki Party rentals, renting chairs for a party in Miami can range anywhere from $1.00 to $10 a piece, or more, depending on the chair material, design, and ornaments. Tables are also cheap to rent but … [Read more...]

Adapting To A New Home And School Abroad

If you are moving to another city or country with your family, then the adjustment period for the children may be longer than you had anticipated. It may seem that children adapt quickly and all will be fine, however, sometimes this takes a little longer and especially if you are moving to a new country. The culture will be different and things will feel different. You may have already been through all the proceedings of talking with … [Read more...]

5 Must-Have Stroller Accessories

Every new parent dreams about having an extra set of hands to help them handle their adorable bundle and all their gear. Moms and dads have a lot going on when trying to get their baby ready to head out. Having the right equipment and stroller accessories can help make a trip out much easier. Photo by Lisa Fotios from Pexels Today’s strollers are fairly easy to operate and transport, but that doesn’t mean that a few additional accessories … [Read more...]

A Brief Guide to Medical Insurance for Your Kids 

Medical coverage is spiraling out of control, leaving many families feeling helpless. A family medical plan can easily exceed $500 a month, making it more expensive than some families' mortgage payments. Adults and children alike need medical care, though, and opting for insurance tends to be far less expensive than paying out of pocket. Knowing which medical plan to invest in can be tricky, especially with so many options to choose from. … [Read more...]

Ways To Feed Kids Healthy Foods With Menu Planning #CMHMoms

This post brought to you Children's Mercy. All opinions are my own. All parents want to encourage healthy eating habits in their children.  One of the best ways to do this is to menu plan with your kids help each week.  Getting them involved in what they will be eating each day helps you to recognize their preferred foods, while also introducing them to healthier options on a regular basis.  We have some great tips for how to get healthy foods … [Read more...]

Choosing Summer Camps For Kids With Special Needs #CMHMoms

This post brought to you Children's Mercy. All opinions are my own. Summer camps for kids are already sending out mailers and information for enrollment, but for some parents it can be tough to decide if their child is able to attend. There are some medical conditions and special needs in children that make it difficult to attend a traditional summer camp for kids. We are bringing you some great tips from Children's Mercy, as well as some great … [Read more...]

Freshen Your Fall Wardrobe with Zappos

Samples received. All opinions are my own.   The weather is finally cooling off and I am starting to see hints of color in our trees. This gives me all kinds of warm feelings, and an urge to update my fall wardrobe! I decided to do a little online shopping at Zappos to see what I could find. The first thing I HAD to have was this Vera Bradley Little Hipster in Sierra. I tend to not carry a bag, but when I do I only have a few … [Read more...]