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21 Hilariously Relatable Memes for Toddler Parents

Toddler in basket. Retalable toddler memes.

If there is one stage of parenthood I feel I can speak to with a level of confidence (or at least intimate awareness), it is the toddler years. Recently our family has gone through the stages of 2 under 2 Read more…


Can You Expect to Sleep Again? Pediatric Sleep Consultant Arielle Says Yes!

Ah sleep. Glorious, elusive sleep. Everyone wants it. It seems no one is getting enough of it. And new parents especially? They would walk 500 miles and they would walk 500 more just to be the parents who walked 1,000 Read more…


The Music Stopped, But She Didn’t

Young girl singing on stage

The music faltered, and she looked frantically to the side but kept going. It skipped one beat too many, and a look of panic on her face could be seen from the back row. We all shifted nervously in our Read more…


For Cousins, You Drive

For cousins you drive

Somewhere in the hours between mountains and wide open spaces I lost my chill, my cool, and all my patience. But as we rolled to a stop and four little legs joined more little legs I remembered why we drive. Read more…


Surviving Your Kid’s Target Meltdown

Target store aisle

Surviving Your Kid’s Target Meltdown Who among us hasn’t had her child lose his or her ever-loving-mind in a Target? It’s more universal than liking leggings or tolerating kale in smoothies. We’ve all been there. The one and only reason Read more…


Pump the Brakes on “Self-Care” and Simply Be Kind

Be Kind To Yourself

Be Kind to Yourself with KIND Everywhere you look someone is telling us to practice “self-care.” I know there’s a science behind it, but I think we need to pump the brakes a little on adding more pressure to our Read more…


The Unexpected Gift Within Parenthood

The magical gift our children give us: Inspiration #parenting #raisingkids #careergrowth #hobbies

Children give us the gift of inspiration This post was originally shared on InspireMore. She looks up at me as she confidently states the five letters of her name, pointing at each one that adorns her bedroom wall for decoration. Read more…