Category Archives: Parenting Tips

Keeping Children Safe Online is more important than ever. Something that never ceases to amaze me is how quickly kids adapt to technology. I’m pretty sure that the average 8-year-old knows more about my phone than I do. Raising kids who are technology natives when we ourselves are not can be difficult. We’re more savvy and…

Technology is everywhere, monitoring kid’s screen time has become harder than ever. It is such a blessing to be a parent in this day and age with all of the advances and conveniences that we enjoy, but it also comes with new challenges our parents and their parents would never even have thought about. I’ll…

I am so happy to share this post I created as a Suave Kids partner. The Disney, Frozen and Star Wars trademarks are used by Unilever pursuant to a license agreement with The Walt Disney Company. All rights reserved. Is it 7:30 yet? We’ve all thought it and dreamed about the quiet moments at the…

Let her have a voice in making decisions. Giving your daughter the opportunity to make decisions in her life will help her build her confidence and trust her instincts. Of course these decisions come on gradually and are age appropriate, but even giving her the opportunity to learn from bad choices in a safe environment…

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Kids II. All opinions are 100% mine. We’ve all been there…Christmas morning, a birthday party, or the neighbor kids coming over for a play date. “It’s MY turn!” “No fair!” “I want to play with it!” And the chaos ensues. Teaching a child to…

  Moving your baby to their own room can be stressful. You worry about their safety, their feeding schedule, and perhaps even the thought of not being able to hear them breathe right next to you has you stressed. I remember the very first night I transitioned my oldest into his own room I was so…

How well do you know your family members? Most of us would answer “really well”. After all, these are the people that we spend the majority of each day with. They’re the people we share DNA with, the people we’ve been socially conditioned to get along with the most. We’ve watched them grow and change…

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