Parenting


Gift Guide for Kids: Non-Tech Toys

Last updated on December 1st, 2017Given the numerous options today and the abundance of technology, it is always hard to choose toys to give as gifts for kids. If you are buying for your own kids, you know what they already have. However, if you are buying for other kids in your life, you don’t necessarily know what they already have or how the parents feel about technology and its role in their kids’ toys. Here are some great non-tech toys for kids of a variety of ages if you would like to get that something more educational, crafty, or […]


Educating Your Children on Good Financial Habits Before They Leave Home

This is a guest post from Patty over at Working Mother Life. We have just a short amount of time to prepare our children to be productive members of society. From a very early age, our children watch everything that we do and learn from us. They soak everything up like a sponge. If you haven’t already been doing so, it is time to teach them some good financial habits before they grow up and leave home. The best thing that you can do is model good financial habits and behaviors, but on top of this, you need to teach them […]


Cloth Diapering 101 – What I Have Learned

Last updated on March 6th, 2018 Cloth Diapering 101 – What I Have Learned Are you interested in cloth diapering but nervous about how it will go?  All I can say is that once you get past the first week or so it is totally worth it!  My only experience with cloth diapering had been from what my mom told me about the white cloth diapers with the safety pins and plastic pants.  She warned me that it was not worth it, but I was convinced diaper technology had improved enough to make the process easy!  Below is what I […]