Here are 8 weekend activities for 2 year-olds that you can try this weekend!
One of the most exciting milestones, for both you and your child, is when your child learns how to talk. If you have a young toddler, chances are that they already know and use a few simple words. But more words mean more power— power to better understand the world and power to better understand themselves. Of course, most kids will learn more words naturally over time, but jump-starting your toddler’s vocab can’t hurt! Even so, there’s no need to break out the flashcards or buy fancy learning aids; the best and most effective ways of teaching your toddler are actually free. This list of 6 Ways to Build Your Toddler’s Vocab will show you easy ways to introduce new words to your young toddler, so that they’re chatting up a storm by the time they’re ready for preschool.
We’re told as moms that the days are long but the years are short.
I 100% agree with that. I’m literally writing this while my 2 ½ year old son is napping in my lap and thinking, when did he get so big that he can barely fit into my lap?
Being beautiful. Which mom doesn’t love the idea?
I was highly excited when Lilo Mooi invited me to come to their studio and try out their waxing services. And I have to say… It was awesome, and an (almost) painless experience for a first-timer and person who doesn’t stand pain, like me!
Here’s what I can observe from the visit!
By Jasmine Aranda September, 2016. One week before my 22nd birthday. I got a gift I hadn’t expected to receive- a baby was on the way, and it was time to get my head on straight. I spent each and every day of my pregnancy doing research. Having never grown up around babies, I wanted…
By Tori Levine, creator of Mommy Barre™ Ever wondered what exercises are safe during pregnancy or some quick and easy exercises for pregnancy you can do anywhere? Well, I’ve made up a list of the three best pregnancy exercises that will make you a fit mom based on my work with prenatal clients over the…
By Lynn Turcotte-Schuh. I am a big advocate for breastfeeding. Not because I judge those who don’t, but because I know that those who do need a lot of support. If you choose not to breastfeed (or can’t breastfeed) I am happy to be first in line to help you correctly prepare formula. However, if…