By Peter Minkoff
Pregnancy is a roller coaster. A time of hormonal changes, fatigue, food cravings, food aversions and multitudes of other changes. Even if you experience all the pleasant and not so pleasant changes, there is so much more to look forward to. After that initial stage comes the second trimester popularly known as the honeymoon phase. You enter the phase of glow and high energy levels. And your baby bump is cute but not so heavy as to hinder your movement. This is the perfect time to make the most of your pregnancy and engage in safe and super fun activities that will make this magical time all the more special and memorable. After all, you’re growing a human being, so if you can’t get a medal, you can at least indulge in some serious pampering! Continue reading →
By Stephanie Bates
Being a proud and busy mom is a wonderful thing. Yet it comes with a lot of responsibilities. Taking care of the household and your little ones is pretty much a full-time job. But that doesn’t mean you need to stick with housecleaning and meal-prepping 365 days a year. Your family needs a vacation too! And who knows better how to plan a family holiday than those who are always around?
We’ll run through some points that will ultimately make it easier for you to plan your family’s perfect getaway while staying within your budget. Continue reading →
Ik ben nu anderhalve maand werkzaam in de zorg en ik heb al ontzettend veel geleerd. Van elke collega met wie ik meeloop leer ik weer iets nieuws. En ik kijk elke week uit naar mijn wekelijks schooldag. Deze 10 termen en ervaringen heb ik afgelopen weken geleerd en opgedaan. Continue reading →
Last week I had a great experience with my 3 year old. We took a parent-kid dance class together!
I was really excited to do this activity with Logan. He’s not involved in any clubs or activities yet. And I think doing something fun together is a great way to spend some quality time. Especially since I’ve started work and a new education, spending quality time with my son is a top priority. I just want to savor the months till he’s in preschool and a whole new fase begins.
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By Tracy Clayton
“Listen earnestly to anything your children want to tell you, no matter what. If you don’t listen eagerly to the little stuff when they are little, they won’t tell you the big stuff when they are big, because to them all of it has always been big stuff.” Catherine M. Wallace Continue reading →