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Amazon can be a treasure trove for kids clothing – but it takes some searching to find gems with good reviews!! I spent a few hours over the weekend looking for new clothes for the girls and thought I would share my finds. As always – use your best judgement when ordering clothes from Amazon, […]

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Spring cleaning season is upon us and today I’m sharing EVERYTHING you busy mamas need to help get your cleaning done AND how to get your kids involved! In this post we are sharing:  Tips from our community for cleaning My DIY non-toxic cleansers The new chores we are starting with our toddler    I’m […]

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Earlier this week on my Instagram stories I shared a peek at the busy boxes I put together for Flora to play with this week! The idea is that filling them up on Sunday before the week began would buy me a little bit of time to get more done on my lengthy to-do list. […]

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Last week’s Tip Tuesday on Instagram was all about pacifier weaning! I’m in this phase of life with Flora right now – though we generally only use them for sleeping and on road trips but we’ve decided it’s time to say goodbye. As part of our ‘ask an expert’ series I had a pediatric dentist […]

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Now that Flora’s attention span is getting a little bit longer for sensory activities I’ve been having fun coming up with a few different things to do with her every week. She had fun with this ball drop – and so did Piper! I think it’s one that she’ll come to enjoy more as she […]

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Our Ikea play kitchen makeover is finally here! We got Piper this Ikea ‘Duktig’ kitchen for her 1st Christmas – I loved the neutral, simple design and you can’t beat the price (recently lowered to $80)! There are a ton of Ikea play kitchen hacks on Pinterest – people have really transformed them and while […]

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I thought it was about time to update our post of children’s books that have African American characters. I’ve tried to be mindful of our book collection since I started registering when I was pregnant by including books that have characters of all races and backgrounds. I was listening to a podcast interview with children’s […]

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Flora officially is starting to look more like a toddler than a baby and it kind of breaks my heart!! This age is so fun yet also SO exhausting. Since Flora started walking (!!!) she’s into any and everything and we constantly have to have an eye on her. We are also in major need […]

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Today Emily of Making With Mommy is back to share another easy Valentine’s Day project — Love Monsters Puppets! Plan on making these tomorrow!  Happy season of love, everyone! I love Valentine’s Day and am a big fan of Valentine’s Day crafts. But, I also get tired of making different kinds of hearts pretty quickly. […]

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If you haven’t heard, Gymboree is going out of business. Sad, sad news. We worked with them this past fall and I’ve been seriously loving all of their designs since our collaboration. I bought almost all of the girl’s holiday clothes from Gymboree and placed an order after news broke of the closing. Everything has […]

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I was inspired by this necklace tutorial I had saved forever ago from Art Bar to make some Valentine’s Day necklaces with Piper. The beads we used are fairly small and are definietly a choking hazard for younger children, so please use your best judgement!  We had SO MUCH FUN making these together. I love […]

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Sensory bins are great for both babies and toddlers (Piper has been engaged with EVERY sensory activity I’ve created so far for Flora). This sensory rice activity is so easy and Flora (13 months) really LOVED it. I was nervous about the clean up – but putting down a towel, playing on tile or wood […]

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