February 2016

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    February 2016 BirchBox Review

    WooHoo! It is the end of the month and one of my favorite posts, I get to share my February BirchBox with you! This month was another good month for products, I got several samples that will actually last a while, which is always nice! Not Soap, Radio Body Wash – Image credit BirchBox Not […] More

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    Are You Raising Your Child to Be Successful?

    As parents, we all just want our child to be successful no matter what they do in life, but are you doing everything you can to raise your child to be successful? There is no special formula that says “if you do this and this your child is going to be successful” but there are […] More

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    Teens and Dating Violence

    Today I have Jessica from CrimeWire to talk about a very difficult situation, dating violence. She was nice enough to share a little bit about her own personal experience with dating violence as a teen and a great infographic to show you just how important it is to talk to your teens about this difficult […] More

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    Chalkola Marker Review

    I was contacted a few weeks ago about reviewing Chalkola Markers. At first I was a little hesitant, but once I received them I was surprised. First, I have to disclose that I was given Chalkola Chalk Markers and Chalkola Window Markers for free for my honest review. All opinions are my own and 100% […] More

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    How Cooking at Home Can Save You Money

    At the beginning of the year I wrote a post about how I plan to save money this year and I got a lot of response from it. Because of that I thought I would follow up with a few posts on how I am saving money. Many people don’t deny that cooking at home saves […] More

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    Help! I Had a Baby and Now My Hair is Falling Out!

    If you have ever had long hair I am sure you noticed how some of your hair would fall out anytime you washed or brushed it. This is a natural process, but you may have noticed that during pregnancy your hair all but stopped falling out! You may have fell in love with your new […] More

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    How to Encourage Kids to Share

    Kids have a hard time sharing, especially young kids. One of the first things kids learn about is possession and knowing this will help you understand the process and help you encourage your child to share. There are several tips for how to encourage kids to share. Keep in mind that not all of these […] More

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    Blogging Tips Series: Scheduling Social Shares

    I have talked many times about the importance of social media in promoting your blog. Chances are though, that you don’t have time to sit around all day long and play on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest sharing your content. You have a job and family to take care of. The more things you can automate […] More

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    Being an Allergy Mom

    If you have ever dealt with an allergy mom you know that we can sometimes be a pain in the butt! It usually consists of a lot of “she can’t have that”, “can I read the package”, or “I brought our own snacks”. It can make you as a host feel inadequate, and I try […] More

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    Pump and Dump

    There is often some confusion and controversy around “pump and dump” and when, or even if, it is appropriate. What does pump and dump mean? Pump and dump means that you are pumping your breast milk, and instead of saving it to give to your baby at a later time, you throw it away, usually […] More

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    Tips for Buying Used Cloth Diapers

    You may be thinking “eww” or “why would I want to buy used cloth diapers”, but when you initially start using cloth diapers it can be pricy if you buy all new diapers. Buying cloth diapers can be scary at first, but if you keep a few things in mind, you can buy used cloth […] More

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    When Should Babies Start Talking?

    It doesn’t matter what developmental milestone you are talking about, every baby develops and learns at their own pace, and this is no different for talking. When babies start talking really depends on the child and their development. I will walk through the different ages, the stages of communication, and how you can help your child […] More

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