So you had a baby, and wanted to keep (or start!) running.
You bought a jogging stroller and now you’re ready to hit the road.
When my daughter was about 18 months, I started doing a run most mornings with a couple of other moms in my neighborhood. We’d all push our strollers, and we all got pretty good at keeping everyone happy during our four-mile loop.
Here are some tips that have helped me when my toddler wasn’t necessarily that thrilled:
Staying home with kids isn’t for wimps. It can be really exhausting, even though there are lots of rewards too.
I know it’s important to keep myself functioning at a high level so I can keep up with my energetic little girls. Here are 10 ways I keep things running smoothly for me and my family. Some are big and others are just little things that make a big difference for me:
I always love the idea of popsicles in the summer, but buying them can get expensive (especially if your little ones inhale them at the same pace mine do).
On the other hand, I’m usually not pulled together enough to make the elaborate popsicles I see on Pinterest.
Here are six popsicles you can make with a single ingredient. Just pour the item into the popsicles molds (I have a very cheap set from IKEA, and most grocery stores carry them during the summer too, or you can just use tiny paper cups and popsicle sticks), and serve up a few hours later!