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10 Invaluable Travel Tips for Single Moms





By Crystal from Make Your Baby Laugh

Whether you’re in the process of booking your baby’s first plane flight, or you’re planning a road trip to visit your mom and dad, if you’re seriously considering traveling as a single mom, simply continue reading to discover 10 handy tips that will make traveling with your baby a breeze. (more…)

Ready for Kindergarten?

One of my favorite parts about buying a house was the open house listing that would come out every Sunday. I would find the ones in my price range (and some a bit outside of it just for fun) and map out the best route to get me to all of them. I loved seeing all of the different homes and checking out each perspective neighborhood. The possibility of something new was fun. This week, however, the girls and I attended an entirely different type of open house. One where new just doesn’t have the same appeal. (more…)

Chocolate Rice Krispie Treats – Valentine’s Day Style

As I mentioned earlier this week, Valentine’s Day is a wonderful holiday. What better time than this holiday to let those you care about know that you do. And what better way to let those close to you know you care than to bring them a chocolate treat. Okay, I may be specifically targeting the exact way I would want to be shown affection, but still, who is going to turn away chocolate? Chocolate hearts, chocolate balls, solid chocolate, salted chocolate, there are just so many different ways to make a girl feel valued. (more…)

Valentine’s Day Love Bugs

Our Valentine’s Day traditions are usually pretty minimal. Don’t get me wrong. I love Valentine’s Day, but in the wake of the plethora of Christmas traditions, they certainly seem minimal. Typically, we make Valentines for their class party when they receive their class list from daycare, a heart-shaped homemade pizza Valentine’s Day evening, and usually some sort of Valentine’s craft somewhere in the month. (more…)

Once a Quitter Always a Quitter?

Being a good parent means teaching our kids the fundamentals of how to succeed in the world, be a good person, and be happy. On this we can all agree. This road, however, is full of so many good intentions that can lead you down the wrong road. The fork between scarred and great character can be very small. Last Saturday, I found myself at one such fork. (more…)