Here are my picks for the best gifts for toddlers this holiday season! I parented two former toddlers and taught a bunch of them in my preschool teaching days, so I know what they love. And, yes, usually they love stuff that’ll drive parents crazy with tons of flashing lights
Christmas is definitely, in my book, the MOST wonderful time of the year. I’ve loved it ever since I can remember, but for so much more than the gifts. I loved the smells, the sense of love all around me, and my family’s traditions. I’m pretty sure I got my obsession
It’s time for the food lovers in your life to receive their most perfect gift from you. Whether they love to experiment in the kitchen or enjoy all the latest kitchen technology, this list has what they want and need. Holiday Gift Guide for Foodies 1. Handstand Kitchen Apple a
Hey guys, Kai here from Generation Kai. I can’t believe Halloween is here already. Although Halloween is not my favorite holiday (Christmas is, of course) I do love putting on a costume every year and heading out with my family and friends around the neighborhood in search of fun treats.
As a new business owner, I had no clue what I should have or needed. I’ve now been at the business-owning thing for a few years. I totally have a list of things I would’ve gifted my newbie self. That’s where the inspiration for this gift guide comes from. Here,
Are you looking for just the right gift for the new mom on your list this year? This holiday gift guide for new moms (and their new babies!) features helpful, practical gifts to make their lives just a bit easier. After all, they should be able to focus more on
When I had my daughter, I thought, “Wow. This parenting thing is easy!” Aside from not sleeping through the night until she was a toddler, my little girl was a breeze. In fact, I nicknamed her Breezy, partly because of her carefree, whimsical personality. She was a go-with-the-flow kind of kid.
Moms: It’s time to start pursuing your dreams. I bet you didn’t know that you could learn how to self-publish a book in the time it takes you to read a blog post. I know that, as a busy mama, you don’t have the time to sift through blogs and
Working from home is a blessing and a curse. It’s awesome, don’t get me wrong. I absolutely love having control over what I do every day, blocking my schedule, and having more flexibility to attend school functions during the day. The downside? It’s so freaking lonely. I’m not kidding when I
Soon, sidewalks nationwide will be dotted with the familiar sight of children and their backpacks navigating their way to school in the early morning hours. Allowing a child to walk to school alone can be a healthy option for both parents and their children. It teaches children independence and responsibility