Keep Momming

I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting (#MC) for Shire. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating. Raising a child at any age is challenging, and when it comes to mothers and daughters, the dynamic can be even more complex. What some may dismiss as “typical tween girl behavior” can sometimes be symptoms of something more serious. Research suggests that girls are more likely than boys to report having mostly inattentive Attention- {Read More}

Have a Scary Good Time with Monster 500 Toys

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This post is brought to you by Monster 500. All thoughts and opinions are my own. My 6 year old son is the type of kid who loves playing with things that aren’t toys (knick knacks, kitchen utensils, you name it) or playing with toys that are completely different. His new favorite toy comes from Monster 500. Monster 500 toys are unique & highly collectible toys that all feature monsters driving different vehicles. Cars and trucks meets gross monster fun {Read More}

Keeping Kids Safe with Kajeet, Smart Phones for Kids

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This post brought to you by Kajeet. All opinions are 100% mine. Back in the olden (aka the 80′s and 90′s when I was growing up), we didn’t have cell phones, social media or technology to worry about. Sure, there is a lot of positive about these things but as a parent of a tween & a teen, there is also a LOT that is scary about it as well. My husband and I are very selective about who gets {Read More}

Recaro Sport Giveaway

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Welcome to our Recaro Sport Giveaway! Hosted by: Top Notch Material Sponsored by: Recaro “The Recaro Performance Sport is now my favorite car seats! Not only is it incredibly stylish with its sleek lines and bold red color, it is also extremely comfortable for my little man. Almost every time he rides in it, he immediately falls asleep! I personally believe it is the memory foam and temperature balancing fabrics that allows him to fall asleep so quickly! This car {Read More}

How to Make Summer Educational and FUN!

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Summer’s here, and so is the brain drain! Turn off that television, and get outside to have some fun – but don’t forget to learn something in the process! These tips will help make summer educational and fun. Use every day as a learning experience. Whether you’re heading to the zoo or the movies, there’s always an educational experience available! I like to ask the kids if they know how many miles it is to our destination. That can open {Read More}