3 Documentaries That Will Change How Your Kids See The World
A great list of the top Netflix documentaries to watch with your family. These documentaries will open the door to life-changing discussions with your kids.
How to Teach Kids to Dress Themselves - Munchkins and Moms
At what age should kids start dressing themselves? When my oldest child was 9 months old, he decided he hated clothing. At naptime and night, he would regularly strip out of all his clothes (diaper included) and hang out in the buff. Naked. Sans clothing. However, you want to describe it. He HATED clothes of…
How to Start a Field Trip Club! - Munchkins and Moms
When’s the last time your kids went on a field trip? Do you remember the joy of field trip days when you were in school? The excitement of going somewhere new and doing something completely out of the ordinary? I do! Field trips are where cherished memories are created that you remember for life! Ask…
A Year of homeschool Field Trips- PLANNED! - Munchkins and Moms
Plan a year's worth of field trips with these ideas! Great list for homeschoolers (or just for family outings!)
A Guide for Making Mom Friends - Munchkins and Moms
Don't do motherhood alone. We all need friends, sometimes it's just hard to learn how to make them. Read more to find out how to make the best mom friends.
How to Start an Awesome Mommy Group - Munchkins and Moms
Mommy Groups are Awesome I know not everyone has the same sentiments, but I love Mommy Groups. I love meeting up with other moms and watching our kids play together. I love being able to talk about things other than Minecraft and Legos all day. And most of all, I love the friendships that my…
Stuff 'n Sit Bean Bag Chair! - Munchkins and Moms
This post contains affiliate links A place for everything and everything in its place That is the motto in my home. While our house does get pretty messy (four kids will do that to ya), when it’s time to clean up I insist that everything is put back in its place. I’ve seen it happen a…
Safety Skills: How to teach your child to memorize his phone number - The Many Little Joys
If your child ever got separated from you, would they know your name and phone number? These activities will teach kids how to contact you in an emergency.
12 Questions Parents Need to Ask Their Child's Summer Camp
Chances are your child will be around new friends and new adults this summer. Have you done your safety check for child safety to prevent child abuse?
Anxiety in Children: 12 meaningful ways to help your anxious child
Anxiety in children is real and scary. Learn how to understand and help your anxious child with these meaningful tips and relaxation activities for kids.
7 Ways I Live Simply with a Toddler | Brittany L. Bergman
Simple living with a toddler kind of seems like an oxymoron, right? For a long time after I had my daughter, I felt like a simple-living impostor. It took a while to figure out our family rhythms after she was born and then again after I returned to work. She keeps growing and changing on me (babies […]
The Breakfast Invitation Cards You've Been Waiting For
Ever feel like you want less television in the morning?How about feeling like you need a calmer morning routine? Imagine a morning that begins with you being able to make, and drink, your coffee all while your child learns?!A morning that allows you to make breakfast without little people pulling on your pant legs begging for toast.
4 Ways to Make Potty Training A Success - Toddler Approved
How can you successfully potty train a toddler? Was potty training the most exhausting experience you’ve ever had? Was a great time to connect with your child? Did you love seeing your kids become more independent or was it a frustrating and negative time? When I describe potty training, it has been all of theContinue Reading
The Best Kids Bike and Kids Bike Helmet Sizes - Made Easy!
A printable Ride Guide - to help you find the best kids bike and kids bike helmet sizes for your child - so they can have a FUN and SAFE summer!
How I Got My Preschooler To Talk About What Went Wrong
"Boom. And there they were. Pieces of the story were coming together like a Melissa and Doug puzzle. Perfectly fitting parts into all the empty spaces."