Posted by Lacy Stroessner
As a parent of two little ladies, I really value teaching them about our world. My husband and I always say that they have been exposed to more things in their short life than most people have in their first 20 or so years. From the foods we eat and the music we listen to, our girls are pretty well-rounded. Teaching them about the entire world is so important – to be mindful of others, accepting and loving of other cultures, open to new ideas, foods, and customs, etc. Disney Baby has an incredible line of books that do exactly that – the It’s a Small World Collection:
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
Wedding Season is officially here! This time of year, calendars quickly fill up with wedding after wedding after wedding. While I love going to weddings, I know they can be particularly challenging when a baby is in the picture – especially the ones out of town. Last weekend we traveled out of town with our girls for a wedding and it was quite the adventure! While it certainly may be easier to leave your little one at home, that’s not always an option. Today, some of my mama friends and I share our tips & tricks for surviving wedding season with a baby in tow..
Posted by Lauren Hartmann
One of my favorite things to do when I get a quick second in my day is to look back through my old Instagram photos. It’s fun to see all the fun moments from our days and to remember special firsts and even just the beauty in the little every day details of our lives. Here is a little peek into what this past month looked like as seen through the eyes of my Instagram feed.
Posted by Nadia Carriere
My family and I visited Walt Disney World last month for the third time. We’ve been visiting every year for the past three years, so its been interesting to watch the kids react to and experience the park differently.
After talking to countless travelers and moms who have taken the trip with their own kids, the general consensus is that you should wait until your child is old enough to remember the parks, recommending that 7-9 is the perfect age range to do so. Unfortunately when you have more than one child that isn’t quite feasible and as a traveling family, I don’t believe in waiting for anything. Yes, your baby won’t remember the parks in their own memory, but you will be the one capturing those moments and making memories for yourself, your husband and your own child. I have so many beautiful photos of my son at the park last year when he was just 16 months old and again this year at 20 months old. We have video clips, Instagram photos and have been using the new Story app non-stop to create and reproduce those memories.
The great thing about Walt Disney World Resort is that they have loads of rides that are suitable for all age ranges – yes even tots! Of course there are many rides in addition to the ones I’ve compiled here, but these 5 are our absolute favorite!
Posted by Amy Heinz
It always amazes me when I meet moms who are not only raising kids, but are also starting their own businesses. Especially when they’re moms who see a need that’s not being met and decide to solve the problem. I’ve introduced the moms behind sugarSNAP and Fourth Love, and today I introduce Pazit of LulyBoo. I hope you find her as inspiring — and inspired — as I do.