Month: July 2022

Whitney turned me onto the concept of the stocked kitchen before I ever set eyes on it. She told me that it’s a cookbook with a set grocery list and once you purchase all the stuff you can make any of 300 recipes. So clever! I completely admire the authors’ obsession with preparedness and list-making. […]
big thanks to KIDS ‘N’ PETS for sponsoring today’s post and teaching us a thing or two about removing pee smells and stains from mattresses and carpet.  Before parenthood, the idea of pee anywhere was absolutely disgusting. It evoked public bathrooms behind gas stations. You know, the kind that smell strongly enough to make you gag. About […]
Sharing is caring! Share Tweet Share The Web is a extremely useful tool for those who utilize it properly. However, if you have teens at house you should be extremely cautious as to what activities they engage in online. It is so simple for your teen to get into some serious difficulty if they […]
Sharing is caring! Share Tweet Share Do you smell that in the air?  That’s the welcoming aroma of spring!  It’s finally arrived and winter is now in the rear view mirror.  The ice is melting and giving way to tiny buds of flowers perking up from the ground.  Let’s face it, nobody wants to “spring […]
Sharing is caring! Share Tweet Share By Sergeant Michael Volkin If you are like most people, you spend most of your days sitting in a workstation or office with your only exercise being a trip to the bathroom. This constant sitting actually takes years off your life. even though the fitness center may be […]
Sharing is caring! Share Tweet Share The concept that healthcare is a ideal may noise kind as well as compassionate, however in truth it is self-serving to those who would revenue from huge government in medicine—either by winning elections or reaping the monetary benefits of the large programs it demands. The American medical association (AMA) […]
Sharing is caring! Share Tweet Share In some parts of the country it may seem that winter season is never ending. But, believe it or not summertime is just around the corner, which implies that it is practically swim fit season. nobody wishes to feel bloated or gassy at the beach, however 1 in 10 […]
A gassy baby is typically not a very delighted one, and that can be really hard on everyone involved. There’s plenty of different ways to cope with this, but one of the best places to start is finding a bottle that works for your baby. The way that your baby is eating can cause as […]
photo credit: Kristin Helms Your maternity leave challenge this week is to seek out the tot story time at your library and go there. space out a little while someone else entertains your baby with a new voice and stories. If you’ve looked into a baby gym or Gymboree and thought it was too expensive, […]
Sharing is caring! Share Tweet Share Friendships are important for all of us – and especially for children. One way to help your child secure friendships and feel comfortable with his peers is to invite pals to your house to play. Besides encouraging friendships, home play dates give children the opportunity to hone important social […]