How to Explain Miscarriage to Your Children

Having a miscarriage is difficult, but it can be made even more so when you have to explain it to your children who were also excited to have a new addition to the family. We experienced a miscarriage when our … Read More

First Year of Parenting: 10 Things New Moms Must Know for Sure

Are you a mom? Join and connect with other moms who are living that life! Everyone's first year of parenting is different, but there are a few things we can all agree on. When it comes to motherhood, one … Read More

Attachment Parenting: 5 Things You Need to Know

Every new and expectant mother has probably heard the term attachment parenting. It sounds exhausting, as all parenting surely is, but in practice, this method of parenting can help create securely attached, independent children. And, in case you’re confused, independent … Read More

Adorable Toddler Doing Bottle Flipping Challenge Has Best Reaction

Unless you have been living under a rock for a good part of 2016, you have heard of the water bottle flipping challenge. If you are a parent to children of a certain age, the sound of a plastic water … Read More

5 Word New Year Mottos for Toddlers

Twitter is ready for 2017! With the #My5WordNewYearMotto hashtag trending on the platform, people from around the globe are chiming in with the 5 words that they plan to live by come January 1st. And there are some big goals … Read More

7 Things You Learn When Your Child Isn’t Hitting Milestones

One of the joys of watching your baby grow is seeing them enjoy key milestones like their first babble, laugh and bite of food. We moms eagerly await the first time our children hold their head up without support, roll over, sit up on … Read More

5 Great Ways to Teach Your Kids to Be Thankful

We're entering the holiday season, one filled with 'I wants' and wish lists. In the midst of all of this, how do we teach our children to be grateful for what they already have in their lives and how do … Read More

What is Dharma Parenting?

We all know that our children are each unique in their own way, what works for one does not always work for the other. I have three daughters and each of them is unique. Even with my identical twins, you might think they … Read More

Who Runs the World? Toddlers.

Are the terrible twos taking you down? Do you feel like your threenager will do you in with their next epic meltdown? Hang in there, you are not alone. There are things you can try and a road ahead to … Read More