Signing Time Kid-DIY Rainbow Salad Super-Cool Lunch for Preschoolers - Montessori Homeschool Lesson

This preschooler-DIY rainbow fruit salad is inspired by Alex and Leah’s “Rainbow Salad” on Signing Time. Make it a Montessori lesson at home!

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Nov 13 2015
Category: Family Life. Zora
3 reasons to adopt a pet

Whenever I hear people talk about adopting animals to teach their children about responsibility or caring for others, to boost their immune systems, or to reward them for good behavior, I want to scream. None of those are good reasons to adopt a pet. Here are 3 GOOD reasons to adopt a pet.

Five years after suffering my first migraine, I’m migraine-free and loving life. Here’s how I cured my migraines and kept them away for good.

How to raise the fat content of your breast milk

If you’re searching for information about how to raise the fat content of your breastmilk, I’ve done the leg work for you. And I’ve figured it out! Finally!

How to Get Your Kids to Sleep When They Share a Room

Do you need to know how to get kids to sleep when they share a room? Here are tips from a real mom with real room-sharing kids who actually DO sleep.

25 handmade gifts for toddlers or preschoolers

These handmade gifts for toddlers (or preschoolers) are perfect when you want to give a child a gift that’s a bit more personal, meaningful, or special.

Oct 23 2015

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Visit Gulf County for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. Anneliese and Joey both have the beach bug. They want to live at the beach someday.  Me too, kids. Me too. We recently visited a west coast beach and it was gorgeous… Joey wanted

7 essential oil roller ball recipes for kids

These 7 Essential Oil Rollerball Recipes for Kids are great to have on hand to naturally help with a variety of situations you might face day to day.

What do I carry in my minimalist diaper bag? - the bare essentials for parenting on the go.

I keep things pretty minimal, to say the least. So you won’t find 3 kinds of diaper ointment in my bag… just the bare essentials.

Here’s what we decided to take with us for the baby:

We splashed in our backyard pool, had picnics, visited parks, and played at home. We read books. We wrote in our journals.

Summer was great.

And the school year is going to be great too!

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Discover Boating for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. “We should get a boat someday. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a boat?” My husband is a fan. He used to do little sailing outings for fun in high school with his NJROTC. And

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