A Parents Survival Guide to the End of Daylight Savings

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It’s almost time to “fall back” an hour as Daylight Savings ends on November 3rd, 2019. As nice as that extra hour may seem, that change in time can mean big changes for our kid’s routines. So how can we make that transition easier for our kids? Here are 3 ways to ease into the […]

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Back to the Routine

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    Wow how time flies! We were just posting about how to enjoy your winter break and now it’s time to talk about how to get back into they every day routine. Need some ideas on how to get started? Here are our tips on how to make that transition back to reality a […]

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Parent’s Guide to Winter Break

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  Hooray! It’s finally winter break! Time to take a breath from the daily schedule and enjoy the down time. But, all that fun and lack of routine can quickly turn into chaos. So how do you manage the fun so it stays fun? Here are our tips to make this winter break one to remember: […]

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3 Ways to Make Daylight Savings Transition Easier

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  Daylight Savings will end this year on November 4th, 2018. If you’re unfamiliar, it means that in states where DLS is observed, the clocks will be set back, or fall back, an hour. This is the time of year where that elusive hour that was “lost” in the spring comes back to us! But […]

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Back to the Routine

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Happy new year! With the exciting prospect of a new year ahead, we are also realizing that the holiday break is quickly coming to a close. It’s amazing how even just a few days without our schedule can disrupt our routines! In an effort to ease back into our normal routines, and maybe even establish […]

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Bridging Generational Gaps

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So often the holidays mean lots of extended family visiting. Whether they are from across town or across the country, relatives can sometimes feel more like they’re from another planet! The generational gap between family members can prohibit relationships when it feels like there are just too many years in between. But there are a […]

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5 Ways to Make Time-Out a Success

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Discipline is one of the most non-glamorous (and often dreaded) aspects of raising children, but as any experienced parent will tell you, it’s an absolutely necessary part of your child’s growth and development. One of the most popular methods of discipline to emerge in recent decades has been the practice of “time-outs,” but as many […]

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5 Valentine’s Day Themed Activities for Little Ones

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Most people know Valentine’s Day as a time to celebrate love (with a side order of flowers and chocolate!), but it’s also a great time to crank up the children’s crafts. Below are five Valentine’s Day themed activities that your little ones are sure to enjoy. 1. Button Heart Valentine Craft This colorful craft can […]

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Tips for Celebrating Valentine’s Day with Your Little Sweethearts

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When most of us think about Valentine’s Day, we tend to picture romantic candlelight dinners or an elegant night out on the town. After you have kids, however, it’s safe to say that your perspective changes just a little bit. While you don’t have to take your romantic plans completely off the table, more than […]

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Teach Your Toddler Good Behavior With These Games

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While all of us want our children to excel academically, the importance of character training cannot be overstated. Below are some simple yet highly effective games you can play to help teach your toddler good behavior. 1. I Spy This classic game teaches the importance of being patient and waiting on others to respond when […]

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