Posted by Tiffany Thornton
From the time when I was a small child, I always loved babies. I had so many baby dolls with tons of accessories — from strollers, to blankets, to pacifiers. So, of course, one of my favorite parts of preparing to have a baby in our home was filling out the registry!
There are so many options for gifts to put on the registry. Here is my list of 10 popular items I’ve seen on registries and links to buy them from Disney Baby. Check them out!
Posted by Carmen Ordonez
When it comes to raising our son and doing household chores, my husband and I try to share the workload as evenly as possible–from tag teaming diaper changes, feedings, to early wake-up calls. Of course, there are some days when my husband comes home exhausted from working 24 hours, so I’ll take on more of the work (and vice versa). But overall we have found a system that works for us.
Here are some ways my husband and I divide childcare duties and tips when it comes to sharing the work:
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
Thanksgiving is one of those quick holidays that comes and goes too fast. I get caught up in the menu and sometimes miss the entire point of the holiday. With three little ones in the picture now, I want to make sure that Thanksgiving is a meaningful holiday for our family. I want to make sure that we practice gratitude and give thanks, and not just stuff ourselves full of turkey.
If you’re looking for some creative ways to celebrate Thanksgiving as a family, here are some great ideas…
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
The holiday season is finally upon us, and I couldn’t be more excited! This will be Margot’s very first Christmas, which is always super special. I love the holiday season and try to make the very most of it, especially now that I’m a mom. Even before Thanksgiving, we’re listening to holiday music and doing Christmas crafts. This is one of my favorite times of year, as we draw near to give thanks and celebrate the holidays as a family.
Here are 25+ things to make, see, & do with baby this holiday season…
Posted by Keiko Zoll
I cannot believe that Judah is 18 months old today. Just last night, my husband and I joked that we couldn’t believe we’ve been parents for 18 months already! Every parent I talked to when I was pregnant warned us: “The time is going to fly” – and they weren’t kidding. In these past 18 months, we’ve learned so much about what it means to be a parent, and Judah is our wise and patient teacher.
Here are 18 important parenting lessons we’ve learned in Judah’s first 18 months.