Toddlers

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Are you looking for practical ways you can spend quality time with your kids? Here are some easy every day ways to make a connection with your kids. #stayathomemom #sahm #kids #qualitytime

Your kids are the most important part of your job as a homemaker, yet coming up with ways to spend quality time with your kids is sometimes hard to do. You get busy rushing from one errand to another, meeting a friend, or going to an event. Then when you are home you catch up

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Stockings were always one of my favorite things to open on Christmas! I want my kids to be excited about their stockings each year too. I think my favorite part was always the chocolate. And actually it probably still is! Ha! In the video below I shared what we are putting in our kids’ stockings.

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TODDLER BOY ROOM Decor Ideas

Is 3 years old still considered toddler age? Sometimes I look at my son (who is 3) and think he’s so grown up. Maybe I should call him a preschooler. Anyway, for today I’m calling him a toddler! We moved him from his nursery to a bigger about 2 years ago, but I never fully

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How to Save Money on Kid's Clothes

  Shopping for kid’s clothes doesn’t have to a cost a ton of money. I’ve learned a few “tricks” over the past few years that have saved us a ton! By the way, I shared a new YouTube video of some of the deals I scored for our newborn baby. So check that out after

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20 Cheap and Easy Summer Activities for Toddlers plus a free printable!

Next month is June. June! Can you believe it? While I get my head around the fact that this year is almost half way over, I’ve been coming up with some free and inexpensive ways to keep my soon-to-be-3 year old entertained this summer. I have found that he and I need a flexible schedule,

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Transitioning Kid's Seasonal Clothes play shirts

A couple of weeks ago, we were wearing winter coats! It was so cold for Florida in March. But we are now officially in the season of non-stop heat. I busted out my white maternity shorts last week. They were my favorite to wear with my first prgnancy, but now that I have a toddler

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Make toddler chores easy by putting hooks low enough for children to reach them in order to put their belongings away.

  One of the biggest lessons I have learned since becoming a mom is that everything worth learning takes time and practice. Teaching children how to be responsible for their chores takes time and lots of repetition. My son is 2 years old and getting him to do his chores has taken months and months