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kids

  • Motherhood, Parenting

    What Babies Do To Relationships

    Being a parent makes your marriage vulnerable. Just like our babies have developmental stages and growth spurts, raising little kids is a phase of our marriage/relationship that has its own unique needs and…

  • Family Meal Planning
    Food

    Mom’s Ultimate Meal Planning Guide Part 1

    By Amanda Smith of Mom’s 8 Limbs Here’s The Scenario: You’re standing in front of the fridge after a long day at work staring at all the unprepared food wondering, “What the…

  • Food, Parenting, Wellness

    Cultivate Adventurous Eaters

    When my boy was young, I remember someone telling me that there are three things you can never “force” your child to do: eat, sleep and poop. I’ve always remembered this as sound…

  • Motherhood, Wellness

    Hike It Baby

    Hike It Baby encourage families to get out into nature and breathe fresh air as often as you can with your baby. The reason being & that not only will your baby…

  • Home

    ABCs of Organization

    What if you were about to adopt a long-awaited baby? But then found out the foster family was going to separate the siblings, so you ended up adopting that baby AND their…

  • Parenting, Wellness

    Guest Post: The Power of Touch

    Alyssia Richardson, LMT teaches parents how to use massage to promote the healthy development of infants through the 5-week Groovy Babies course. The next class runs July 6 through August 3, 2015…

  • Parenting

    How to Plan for Life

    If you haven’t had the pleasure of meeting Bonnie Bowles, do your family a big favor and spend 15 minutes watching this interview. You’ll learn what estate planning involves and how you…

  • The Reasons Why

    The Mommy Retreat

    I had just five weeks to put together the Great Cloth Diaper Change and Expo this year. It was a whirlwind to communicate to sponsors; organize swag bags, raffles, and tickets; recruit…