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Record Winter Memories: DIY Winter Snowflake Journals for You and the Kids {Kids Craft}

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Note from Melanie: With winter being a forgotten season in Florida, it’s nice to learn more about it and partake in the winter fun of snowflakes, snow, and the cold – even if that means we have to “pretend” a little. A winter journal is a perfect opportunity to not only get creative with a […]

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Easy Kid-Friendly Recipe: Zucchini and Cheese

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Editor’s Note: Enjoy this wonderful recipe from guest contributor, Adriana Martin! From many moms, I have learned how difficult it is to get kids to eat their veggies. I thought a great idea would be to combine zucchini with cheese, making for a delicious way to introduce this vegetable to children using familiar flavors. This […]

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Celebrate 4th of July with this Independence Day Banner! {Kids Craft}

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Fourth of July is just around the corner! If you’re looking for an easy and fun kids craft to help make your house festive for Independence Day, then look no more! Get your little ones ready to help you make this super easy 4th of July banner.

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First Words

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Baby boy is starting to say more words these days. They aren’t many, but they sure are cute to hear! He’s been saying dada for a while now, and just recently started saying mama too, though he doesn’t say it very often. He was also saying small words like, wow, uh uh(to say no), and […]

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Tantrums: No Easier to Deal With the Second Time Around

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Tantrums. We’re so there. Oh, how I wish we could skip this stage of parenting! Can anyone make that happen? Tantrums are nothing new to us, of course. Being that this is our second child, we know all too well what it’s like to deal with a toddler and tantrums. Even so, it’s hard to […]

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