Are You Ready for Your Child’s First Day at Daycare?

Maternity leave has run out. Your boss wants you back. It brings tears to your eyes just thinking about it, but the time has come to return to work. Ugh! And on top of adjusting yourself the change, now you also have to prepare your child to start daycare. Here are five ways you can prepare for your child’s first day at daycare.

6 Must-Do’s Before an Overnight Without the Kids

We recently enjoyed a long weekend away from the kids to head to Sonoma, and Grandma was nice enough to babysit. We have a two-year-old boy and a five-year-old girl, so there still are things that they aren’t able to tell her they need. So writing it down is very important! In all the chaos of you leaving, there is no way Grandma is going to remember the things you tell her - or know what you know. So make it easy on her, and ease your mind with these tips!

Brush Those Teeth!

Teaching your children how to brush their teeth -- and care about brushing -- is an endless battle. And it’s easy to give in and give up. But you’ll hate yourself when your child is sitting in the dentist’s chair getting a cavity filled! Try these tips to turn your kids on to brushing their teeth.

Shopkins Star Chart

Now that our little girl is a preschooler, helping out around the house is a necessity. And the infamous "star chart" works better than ever at this age. Check out our Shopkins version of the star chart and reward system.