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Must Have Potty Training Items For Successful Potty Training
Any mom who is thinking about potty training and preparing to start. Wants to make sure they have the most success. Trust me I was the same way. I wanted potty training items that would make it easy for my daughter and myself and that would bring great success! Each mom who has...
What Our Potty Training Schedule Looked Like
If you have checked out my other posts. I mentioned before that potty training is a full time job at least for the first three days. Potty training takes a lot of time and energy but once it clicks for your toddler it becomes easier for you and them! In this post I am...
After the first month of potty training we have learned at lot! If you have gone through my other posts (which I suggest you do) then you know that it took 2 days to potty train our 22 month old daughter. Our daughter was ready and eager to go on the potty. At...
How To Potty Train Your Toddler In 2 Days
When you read the title of this post you may think that it's impossible to potty train a toddler in 2 days. When I was researching tips and tricks when it came to potty training and I saw post titles like this one I also thought "yeah right". Now that summer is here...
summer activies for kids and toddlers
Can you believe that summer is almost here!? Now is the time to start putting your summer activities and plans in place. Summer can be an overwhelming time and a source of anxiety. School is out (if you have kids in grade school) it is warm out, and everyone is ready to shake...
Regardless of your family dynamic, parenting is hard work. It almost goes without saying that this role is a full-time job, and with any job, there are going to be times when you feel a little less engaged and enthusiastic than you would like. You’re not a bad parent for feeling disengaged, so there’s no need to...
morning sickness, morning sickness relief
When you first see a positive pregnancy test it is such an exciting moment! You're going to have a baby and be a mama! A few weeks in, however, those horrible first trimester symptoms such as morning sickness may start surfacing. To be honest I hated being pregnant until I was 19-20 weeks...
Some say that being a parent is magic. Others say it was the biggest challenge of their life, and one they were not ready for at all. Either way, one thing is certain: having a child will change you and your lifestyle. One change that should be automatic is giving up unhealthy habits...
how to prevent gestational diabetes during pregnancy
Gestational diabetes can happen during pregnancy. It affects the way cells use sugar, similarly to other types of diabetes. It causes high blood sugar and it’s harmful to both your baby’s health and yours. The tricky part is the fact that there are no symptoms, so one should control their blood sugar levels...
How To Budget As A Single Parent
The opportunity to set a positive example for your kids while navigating the ups and downs of life may feel overwhelming at times, especially when it comes to balancing a bank account. With so much to think about, and no second parent to help, it can be easy to let your finances get out of control.