Ugh, the winter, AM I RIGHT?! Slush and snow, grey skies and below zero temps. Nope. No thanks. Instead of just hibernating (and complaining) about the weather, try introducing some hygge into your home and really embrace the season (hint: it involves buying more candles, are you in?! Read on!)
First things first, all moms do work. I know that. This Mom Life is for moms who have a job outside the home (or moms like me who work from home). Having a job in addition to the job of mom comes with a whole ‘nother set of things to juggle, and today I want you to share what your biggest struggle is as a working mama. Click through to read more about mine.
Preschool Registration for the 2017-2018 is almost here (yes, really!), and today as part of the Mini City Preschool Guide I shine a spotlight on one local school with my Q&A with Anne Maguire from Waldorf School of Saratoga Springs about what makes Waldorf special.
Kids stuck inside because of the freezing weather?! Click through to get my must have number one tip for when the kids are stuck at home and are “bored”!
I’m there guys. I’m going to potty train my toddler. Not just ANY toddler though, THIS TODDLER. Your thoughts are appreciated during this time.
STEP ONE: UNBRIDLED ENTHUSIASM.
This is IT. You’re going to potty train your child, woo hoo! No more diapers, right?! AWESOME! Now to get your kid on board with the whole potty thing. This is the step where you think you are psyching your toddler up for potty training by being really, really REALLY EXCITED about it. Like really excited. You say things like “Guess what sweetie you’re going to use the POTTY SOON OMG!!!!” and point out the big kid underwear at Target like it’s the coolest thing you have ever seen. At this stage you are still really *optimistic about your success at potty training your child.
Years ago, I witnessed an exchange between friends on facebook that went something like this…
Preschool Registration for the 2017-2018 is almost here, and today as part of the Mini City Preschool Guide I shine a spotlight on one local school. What better way to find out more about a preschool than to talk to it’s director?! Today click through to read my Q&A with Fran Rauchwerger, the Director of The Beagle School.