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Comparing Travel Booster Seats: mifold vs. Bubble Bum

Comparing Travel Booster Seats: mifold vs. Bubble Bum

We’re a family that travels quite a bit by air and I’m sure all of us parents can agree that flying with a convertible car seat or a high-back booster seat can be a huge pain. There’s the stress of having to carry it along with your luggage all while wrangling your kids. There’s also [...]

Flying Alone With Your Kids: My Ten Survival Tips

Flying Alone With Your Kids: My Ten Survival Tips

My husband and I are seasoned travelers with our oldest son, who will be six later this year. We keep track of his trips with over 110,000 miles so far! He can identify at least half a dozen airlines by their livery and he knows that being chatty and friendly with the pilots and flight [...]

M’s Red Egg and Ginger Party

M’s Red Egg and Ginger Party

This party that Mama Alex put together looks like it was so much fun! Sadly, this was one party N and I didn’t make it to, but we had fun learning about the traditions behind it. I absolutely adore all of the paper goods Alex created (check her out at Alex Tebow Designs), the cartoon [...]

Everything but the Candy – Easter Baskets for Little Girls

Everything but the Candy – Easter Baskets for Little Girls

Holidays are so much more exciting now that I have a child to celebrate them with. Cassidy was born in January 2012, so when Easter came around last year, it was really more for me than her because she was just two and a half months old. I still put an Easter basket together for [...]

Everything but the Candy – Easter Baskets for Little Boys

Everything but the Candy – Easter Baskets for Little Boys

When you have a little one, celebrating holidays can be a whole new ball game! Our little man was a December baby, so most of his first holidays were low key… he was only nine days old on his first Christmas, two months on Valentine’s Day and four months at Easter. For his first Easter, [...]

Breastfeeding Duties for Dads

Breastfeeding Duties for Dads

 Breastfeeding for dads Breastfeeding can be a lonely challenge in the beginning. You will probably spend a lot of hours in a quiet room away from other people, alone with your nursing infant. Many late nights will be spent with just your baby in your rocking chair, or even worse: just you with the rhythmic [...]