Posted by Casi Densmore-Koon
Whether you have always loved Cinderella or just wanted to create the perfect stunning nursery for your princess-to-be, you’ll love these five fabulous nurseries to inspire your own beautiful space for your future queen. From elegant draperies to DIY details, you can easily create a completely royal nursery.
Click-through five of my favorite nurseries for your sweet girl!
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
No joke, getting my kids to eat is one of the hardest parts of being a parent of little ones. When they were tiny babes and exploring new tastes, they’d try everything! Now that they are a little bit older, it’s hard to tell what they’ll eat and what they won’t. We have tried all of the tricks in the book for getting them to eat veggies – mixing them into smoothies or pasta sauce, cutting them into cute shapes, letting them eat dip along with it, etc. None of these things work very well for my girls. Click through to see what has worked the best…
Posted by Jerika Welch
Deciding when your toddler is ready to move to a toddler bed is a big task. Now that Baylor is getting closer to that point, I have been searching for ideas and ways to get him excited about the transition. My sweet friend, Janine, was able to offer up huge amounts of inspiration as I was able to watch her redesign her son’s room through Instagram. Janine has opened up an in-home family daycare, so this room also serves as a fun place for her students. Janine says that her overall goal was to ultimately make this room a cozy place for the children to play and not so much like school. This room is super rad!
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
With the summer heat on its way, I’ve been searching for recipes that’ll help us cool off! These peanut butter & banana smoothies are the perfect thing. Not only are they packed with protein, they are delicious! My toddler girls love them, too. Plus, they are a milk booster because of the oats and flax seed. (Great for nursing mothers!) And let’s be real, they taste like dessert! Sometimes we’ll even freeze them into popsicle molds! Click through for the recipe…
Posted by Keiko Zoll
At 13 months old, Judah loves to babble and explore sounds and words. We’ve noticed he has a complete set of words he knows and words he says. He may not be able to say “wiggle” but he sure knows how to do it when we say it! In order to keep up with his growing vocabulary, I decided to make a “Word Wall” to track all of the different words he knows ands says right now. The amazing thing? We’re adding more each day!
Check out all the words Judah knows and says and learn how to make a Word Wall of your own for your little one!