Hazel is 17 months old and she’s beginning to have an opinion and vocalize it (aka, throw tantrums), discover her independence, and test her limits. My girl went from being a sweet baby to a typical toddler. She’s crying when she doesn’t get her way, doing things/getting into things she’s not allowed to, and has occasionally not-so-gently pulled at
With the holiday season in full swing, my Christmas shopping done, and almost all of the presents wrapped, I’ve been thinking a lot about what I want to teach Hazel (and baby girl on the way) about the holidays. I want my kids to know that Christmas isn’t only about receiving gifts, it’s about giving too. Thinking about ways my parents taught us, I’ve come up with three ways to teach kids the importance of giving back.
This is my crazy family; my mom, dad, husband, daughter, sister, brother-in-law, niece, nephew, and cousin (who grew up down the street from us and who my sister and I spent every second of our childhood with). These are my absolute favorite people in the entire world…
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Ok moms, how many of you have struggled your child’s sleep (or lack there of) at one point or another? I’m assuming every mom’s hand is raised because no child is born a prefect sleeper, although some