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How To Care For A Newborn and A Toddler Alone

Caring for a newborn and a toddler alone can be a challenge, there are no two ways about it. What makes it especially difficult, in my opinion, is the continued lack of sleep and the unpredictability of both ages. There isn’t much to be done about the exhaustion however, as newborns often work on their own schedules. If […]

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7 Tips for Cooking with Kids

Even on the most basic level, cooking with young kids is an adventure. My daughter is just shy of two and a half years old, so her work in the kitchen has been pretty limited thus far. Only recently did we attempt to make blueberry muffins together and it went pretty well (my kitchen is […]

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Touch and Feel Sensory Sticks

Sensory play is a crucial component to early childhood learning and development. I’m sure you’ve noticed that an infant or young toddler wants to touch EVERYTHING, and then maybe taste it, shake it, and so forth. My latest DIY project focuses specifically on touch and feel sensors and best of all, it couldn’t be easier […]

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New York Transit Museum: A Hidden Gem

The New York Transit Museum, the largest museum in the United States dedicated to urban public transportation history, is an absolute must-see when visiting New York City. In all honesty, I don’t peg many museums or exhibits in the city as “must-see”, but this one received my stamp of approval and a few high-fives. My husband […]

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12 Tips for Decorating Cookies with Kids

Decorating cookies with kids is one of those activities when you need to throw your hands up in the air and let almost everything slide – expect a mess, a few tears, a sugar-crazed kid and you might actually enjoy the experience. My daughter is almost two and she knows what a cookie is, but […]

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