Category Archives for Motherhood

Ways to conquer your mom guilt

Conquering Mommy Guilt

Talk to any kind of mom there is —  stay-at-home, work from home, work outside the home — no matter the scenario, one thing seems to bind us all—mommy guilt. It’s there, whether you feel guilty because you are not contributing financially, or you miss having an identity outside of the house, or if you […]

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Helping your Child Pay Attention

Teachers and parents often tell children to “pay attention” because they realize that students will not remember information unless they stay focused on the task at hand. The ability to focus your attention may seem simple to you, but paying attention is a skill and, like all skills, it may be learned. Many students have never learned […]

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why holly’s children cover their head and run when they see oprah

Saving money is always something that is on the mind of anyone raising kids!  No matter how much comes in, it always seems like the demands for what needs to go out is more! Here is a little story about a time that I was pretty sure I had figured out a way to put […]

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An Issue of Space

I am a people watcher. I love sitting in a public place and observing others. One of my favorite things is how people protect their personal space. For instance, in an elevator everyone stands equidistant from each other: Sometimes I like to mess with the elevator people a bit by shifting my position ever so […]

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DIY LEGO Storage Pick Up & Play Mat

As you may have noticed, we are a little LEGO crazy around here.  I love this project because if you don’t have the space for a dedicated LEGO table, this LEGO play mat is a great play and storage solution.   DIY LEGO Storage Play Mat To create your pick up and play mat, you […]

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