“Thank You So Much Mommy!”

“Her children arise and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praises her” Proverbs 31:28 (NIV). I say this often, but raising children is hard work. It’s not for the faint of heart. Raising children alone is even harder. It is especially hard as children grow and develop their own personalities and habits. Some of which can be quite annoying and challenging. My daughter is extremely sassy … [Read more...]

Toddler Friendly Recipe: Hide-and-Seek Quesadillas

If you’re the parent of a toddler, then you know you have to come up with some very creative ways to get your child to eat his or her vegetables. If your child is like my son who is an extremely picky eater, then you really have to break out the big guns in order to ensure a healthy and well-balanced diet. That’s why I came up with the Hide-and-Seek Quesadillas. They are a great way to sneak … [Read more...]

(VIDEO) Sit, Turn and Scoot: Teach Your Toddler How to Go Down Stairs

There’s a video circulating on the internet of a baby in a pool who learned how to turn herself over and float. The video encourages parents to introduce their children to swimming as a means to prevent accidental drowning deaths. It’s a great idea! Well, I think parents should do the same for staircases. Staircases can be just as deadly as swimming pools. Pediatrics, the official journal of the … [Read more...]