The end of school is right around the corner. I know that my kids have only a few days left and they cannot wait to start their summer adventure. We’ve already been busy planning day field trips in our local area, scheduling playdates with friends and looking into boredom busters. Today, I want to share(…)
Celebrating Mompreneurs who have developed innovative products for families and children or developed a service benefiting families and children.
Kids of all ages will fall in love with the lovey from Baby Jack & Co. It’s a perfect first and forever security blanket that can grow with a child and encourages early learning with basic shapes, colors, letters and numbers. We are absolutely enamored with the Jungle Print blanket. Accented with coordinating ribbons sewn shut for safety,(…)
Too much screen time too soon is hurting our kids and is NOT an effective teaching tool when it comes to preparing our children for pre-school and/or Kindergarten. But with so many educational apps, tablets and television shows out there, what can parents do to help build a solid foundation without relying on “screen time” buddies? To(…)
**In honor of National Organization Month, we are proud to feature Lisa Marks from The Time Butler as our guest blogger today.** It’s easy to become disorganized when you have too much stuff. Disorganized spaces lead many people to buy items they already have. Below are tips to help keep your pantry and refrigerator in(…)
Holiday parties are in full swing and you’ve got family and friends visiting – how about having a little fun with them all! My question to you, “how well do you know the people in your life and how well do they know you?” Personalogy spices up any party, road trip or evening out. Intriguing(…)
Laurie Peterson, Founder and CEO of Build & Imagine, has created a unique twist on her whimsically themed magnetic play-sets: allowing children to illustrate their own scenes with dry-erase markers. A cottage? A ski cabin? A store? A doghouse? The tooth fairy’s lair? Kids aren’t limited to one design—they can draw new scenes and quickly(…)