Mom Summer Essentials: 8 Must-Have Items for Water Activities

Hey mamas, it's officially summer! This time of year we're practically living either at the pool, exploring our local splash pads, or going to the beach. And as moms, we're responsible for being prepared with all the things for summer and water activities. Here is my list of favorite summer essentials for any mom that will make your summer with kids a lot smoother. * This post includes Affiliate Links. Sun Protection 1. Sunscreen You can't go through summer as a mom without smothering your kids with a little (or a lot) of sunscreen. Did you know that some sunscreen formulas…

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Stop Mom Guilt From Stealing Your Self Confidence- A Simple How To

Have you ever felt guilty for "ruining your kids?" Maybe you've blamed yourself for things that weren't really in your control or completely doubted your parenting methods. You've got mom guilt. And if you're struggling to fight it when it takes over, you need to learn how to stop that mom guilt from stealing your self-confidence. Being responsible for another life is extremely overwhelming. Mom guilt is real, you are not alone. And yes, you can do this! * This post includes Affiliate Links. Mom Guilt Is Normal And Can Be A Good Thing Mom guilt pops out at any…

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Easy To Use Chalk, An Honest Review Of Chalkola

Are you tired of chalk dust? You draw one little thing and you leave behind so much dust and when you try to clean it off it leaves the whole surface area full of chalk powder. This perfectionist mamma just won't have it. But I've recently discovered the power of chalk markers with Chalkola. They don't leave a huge mess and are easy to wipe clean, lifesaver! Chalkola sent me their Chalkboard Easel and set of 30 Chalk Markers in exchange for this honest and unbiased review.  If you're considering their products, scroll down for a great discount. This post…

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Outstanding Free Resources For Kids While Social Distancing

Right now we are all struggling to maintain new lifestyles of social distancing. With kids, it's a whole new ball game. We're all looking for resources and ideas for keeping the kids entertained while continuing their education from home. For us stay at home moms, it's not much different than our usual routines, but now we can't take the kids anywhere. We can't take them to the store for a free cookie while we grab our groceries, we can't take them to the park to meet their friends, and we definitely can't take them out to eat at a restaurant.…

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How To Find Perspective Parenting A Strong-Willed Child

Sometimes dealing with the power struggles of a strong-willed child leaves us with that feeling that our child needs to be "fixed." But what we really need is to change our parenting perspective and find appropriate solutions to communicate with our strong-willed child. * This post includes Affiliate Links. What Is A Strong-Willed Child? A strong-willed child is often described as "difficult" or "stubborn." Some of the common characteristics include: Determined Passionate Persistent Spirited Constant desire to "be right" Desperately need to be "in charge" Questions everything Free Resource Library Get direct access to download freebies all at once in…

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9 Astoundingly Ignorant and Revisited Things Said to SAHMs

Moms get a lot of judgmental comments and unwanted advice and sometimes it gets really irritating. A stay at home mom is constantly being mom shamed for "getting to be home" or not working a job. And just as equally, working moms also get mom shamed for "leaving" or "not caring" about their kids. A lot of times the shaming comes from ignorance of others, of not actually knowing what it takes to have a family or manage their career as a woman in this modern-day world. Other times it comes from another parent with a very different perspective and…

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50 Easy and Creative Pool Noodle Activities for Toddlers You Need to Try

Living in the 21st century, pool noodles are no longer as exciting for their intended use. People have gotten more creative with this amazing invention, particularly when coming up with pool noodle activities for toddlers. There are tons of creative ideas for pool noodles nowadays. They're so affordable and easy to find in the summer, only $1 at the dollar store or in bulk online. When cut into smaller strips, the opportunities for their use become endless. With one main tool, the pool noodle, we can have loads of fun with exciting and educational toddler activities. In this post, I've included…

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Momxiety- Mom Anxiety As a Mom of Multiples

I'm a mom of multiples, well only two kids, and it definitely takes a toll on me because of my mom anxiety.A couple of years ago, when our daughter was born, I became a mom of two under two and everything changed. My desire to plan everything in advance, step-by-step, drove me insane because I had to figure out how to balance my new life with two small children.When I became a mom, I became anxious and paranoid and tried to have control over every possible situation. Having only two hands really stressed me out. This struggle is what I like…

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Being A Mom Is Remarkably Like Getting My Degree

People go to college to gain knowledge on different fields of study in attempt to get them into a career path. Unfortunately there ares no degrees for parenthood or being a mom.But that’s not to say that a college education doesn’t prepare you for life lessons. Architecture School definitely played a major hand in preparing me for motherhood. It even gave me some really cool skills I couldn’t possibly have had without my degree.Disclosure: All of what you are reading here is mostly completely and totally true. 😝 * This post includes Affiliate Links. Free Resource Library Get access to download all my…

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