Whether it's so you can work remotely, assist older kids with remote learning or homeschooling, take care of a new baby or (the Holy Grail) drink a cup of coffee uninterrupted, every parent needs their littles ones to play...
We all know it is going to happen: the questions, the observations, but first the body changes... "The Talk", "The Birds and The Bees", whatever you call it. The time will come to all of us when we take...
Dropping some mad positive vibes and belly laughter for you all this month with some funny things kids say. I polled my friends and mom community and came up with some good ones! (Plus I included my best mom...
We all need a little bit more love in the world right now. And what better time to add some than right before Valentine’s Day? While I do enjoy the traditional Valentine’s Day activities with my kiddos like making...
True story: I am an enneagram type two to a tee.. Empathetic, self-sacrificing and…a people pleaser in recovery. And I'm worried I'm raising a people pleaser! Recently, I was talking to my eleven year-old daughter about consequences for some less...
As we begin another year, health and wellness are at the forefront of our everyday discussions. It’s easy to overlook some of the safety hazards in your home, even with all the time we've been spending here!  Give this list...
Giving our child the tools they need to deal with an overly stimulated, tech driven, and loud world is beyond valuable. Especially when you throw in curve balls like a global pandemic and a very different school environment. So...
When I married a 5th generation Maine farmer over a decade ago, I never imagined that part of the bargain was raising farm kids. I knew that part of the package was the lifestyle. It meant joining with a...
While in many ways, this pandemic has shuttered my hopes and dreams (specifically, many of my favorite local, indoor play places), I refuse to let it squash my creativity as well. So as I (literally) watched my kids bounce...
Happy New Year everyone! Did you make a resolution to read more this year? I used to set a reading goal  (a book a month, for example) but that was not a successful project.  So instead, I developed a...

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