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How to Tell if Your Child Can Benefit from Speech Therapy

Learning to speak and communicate effectively is an essential part of a child’s development. Every child acquires verbal and non-verbal skills to express themselves as they grow older. Even younger kids who have not yet learned to form words indicate their needs…

Fun Stay At Home Halloween Activities For Families

Halloween is one of my favorite holidays. You can imagine my disappointment when I figured out that this year traditional Halloween activities would be cancelled.  I had planned on this being L’s first year to go trick or treating since he’s finally…

Day In The Life Of A Homeschooling Mommy Blogger

Things change and we have to learn to adapt to that change pretty quickly. I became a work at home mom 2 years ago and last year I became a work at home homeschooling mom. I’ve learned pretty quickly how to adapt…

What I’m Doing And Quit Doing In Quarantine

Ahhh, quarantine. This introvert loves quarantine and hates it at the same time and I’m sure you are wondering how that can be. I love it because I finally have a socially valid excuse for staying secluded in my home and avoiding…

Pajamas Are The New Mom Life Uniform

For years now the mom uniform has been yoga pants or leggings and t-shirts. However, there is a change happening right now in front of our eyes. And if I’m being honest I couldn’t be more excited about our new uniform.  Pajamas…

How To Raise Anti-Racist Kids – Resources and Advice

As my family and I actively work to become anti-racist I realize the struggle that other white parents may be having. My son struggled with speech delay and still lacks important communication skills. I’ve struggled with teaching him about racism and how…

How To Build A Summer Schedule To Entertain Kids

Summer has arrived and while school has just ended our kids have been home for weeks. I can already tell based on the memes that are being shared there are a lot of moms who are just turning on Netflix for their…

Diary Of A Mom: Mommy Needs A Timeout

I’m starting this post with a letter to my son explaining all the reasons why mommy really needs a timeout. Dear Son, It’s not you, it’s me. I’m overwhelmed by the mess in the living room, Daniel Tiger on the TV, and…

How Two Work At Home Parents Manage Their Time

Being a work at home parent is tough. You would think that when both parents work from home it gets easier. It really doesn’t, it’s all the same problems with managing work and home just two people who have to work through…

New Year Resolutions Ideas For Work At Home Moms

With the new year fast approaching you should be considering what your New Year’s resolutions will be. As a work at home mom it might be easier to continue life as normal, but a resolution might be just what you need to…

Should You Continue The Santa Tradition

We’ve reached a point in our society’s growth that we have to make a decision about a fond and mostly happy tradition. Do we tell our kids about Santa or not? Ultimately, the decision is up to you. If you are here…

The Importance Of Me Time For Work At Home Moms

Me time is time you get to spend alone. It’s like an extended voluntary time out that allows you to spend time on things you enjoy doing. Me time is essential to making sure you get time to enjoy yourself and the…
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