kids

8 Tips for Creating a Schedule that Works for You

Six months ago,  who could have predicted we would all be homeschool moms? Nobody. And yet, here we are. I won’t lie. There was a certain excitement to the idea of getting to have the kids home with me every day and getting to participate in teaching Parker in a way that I have often wanted to, but never made the time to do. I was quick to make a schedule and eager to get started with our new routine. That schedule lasted a day! Now that we are a week into version 3, I feel like we’re all starting to find our new rhythm and it is …

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The Micro Mantra Morning Routine that Makes All the Difference in My Day

Is it just me or are morning routines having a real moment? No matter what kind of routine you’re looking for, there’s a book, journal, podcast, and blog post for that. A couple of months ago I added a two minute ritual to my morning that has really had a lot of positive effects and it’s this: I pick a word for every day now in the morning and think about that word and what it means to me before I start my day. I truly believe that life balance is about choosing what’s a priority in that moment and being present for …

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25 Ways to Dye Easter Eggs this Year

If you’re dying Easter eggs this spring, you’re going to want to keep reading! From natural dyes to our favorite DIY prints, we are sharing 25 of the best Easter Egg tutorials! Spring is springing around here! There are new green leaves sprouting on the branches with each passing day and white and pink blooms dot the trees and bushes around the neighborhood. All along I have thought fall to be my favorite season, but spring is making quite a compelling argument at the moment. With spring in mind, we wanted to get a jump start on …

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3 Easy Hairstyles for Kids: Braids, Buns, and Wavy Hair

Braids, buns and wavy hair oh my! If you’re looking for a cute way to fix your child’s hair in less than five minutes, these step by step easy hairstyles for kids are for you! When Parker made her Ellen Show debut at 5 days old, the first thing our favorite host of daytime remarked on was her “wig”. A few months later it had evolved into something we called her Hillary Clinton look and by one she was already rocking french braids. The irony is that she spent most of her toddler years not wanting her hair brushed, much …

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