Toddler

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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 pregnancy, but now that I have a toddler

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Manage toy clutter with three simple habits.

Christmas is almost here which means it’s about to be toy overload! I love seeing my son get excited about his new toys at Christmas. But boy-oh-boy, is it a chore figuring out what to do with all of those toys! I thrive in organized spaces with clear surfaces. So Christmas time drives me a

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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 toddlers 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

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Being a mom to a toddler can be exhuasting! Choosing to love your toddler takes work but is one of the most important choices a mom makes!!

My 20 month old has transformed from a baby into a toddler. He is on the go as soon as his feet hit the floor each morning and does not stop until it is time to sleep. He has learned how to climb on just about anything and then jump off of every piece of

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Decluttered Toddler Dresser and Closet

Is there a cluttered space in your home that isn’t functioning anymore? Maybe it’s a medicine cabinet, a closet shelf, or a clothes drawer. The first step to an organized space is decluttering. Get rid of any items that no longer serve a purpose and are taking up your valuable space! Last week I spent