Author Archives: Guest Blogger

Tips for Traveling With Your Nanny

Tips for Traveling With Your Nanny

Family vacations are fun and relaxing. Whether it’s a trip to the country or a week at the beach, vacations give the family time to get away and forget the responsibilities of everyday living. If you have young children, you may want to take the nanny along. She can keep the kids entertained during longRead More

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What’s Right With Him Anyway?:  Knitting Autism in Our Life

What’s Right With Him Anyway?: Knitting Autism in Our Life

Our guest blogger, Natasha, has shared a very powerful message that we believe will be bring peace and support to many fellow moms for World Autism Day, today, April 2, 2017. Jack spoke in complete sentences with a large vocabulary by age two. “He’s so bright,” marveled a social worker who led our group for parentsRead More

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Got OIL? Get Educated; Essential Oils 101.

Got OIL? Get Educated; Essential Oils 101.

Have you ever smelled Wild Orange Essential oil? One word: Amazing! Join me, Christi – The Eclectic Mama, next week, (2 class dates to choose from) for a live class in Dallas! Get Educated; Essential Oils 101. First, 5 people to sign up for each class and attend will receive a 5 ml of WildRead More

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7 Ways to Make Your Home Smell Like Fall

7 Ways to Make Your Home Smell Like Fall

Fall is in full swing! Whether you love fall or just want to get in the festive mood, why not bring some of the best parts of the season indoors? You can fill your home with the smell of cinnamon apples, clove and citrus or pumpkin spice. To help ProFlowers created a guide with 7Read More

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10 Dates to Celebrate 10 Years of Marriage

10 Dates to Celebrate 10 Years of Marriage

In this guest post,Catherine Richards, shares her 10 wonderfully themed dating ideas to celebrate 10 years of marriage: Our 10th wedding anniversary came when I was an exhausted mommy of a spirited 2.5 year old and a baby who would turn 1 the day before we celebrated 10 years together. My children are the fulfillmentRead More

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Out & About: Cultural Learning Journeys to Take Your Kids On

Out & About: Cultural Learning Journeys to Take Your Kids On

The following is a guest post from Kelly Warfield. Kelly believes:“The world is packed full of interesting and diverse cultures, and teaching kids through travel can help prepare them for the future. School vacation is the perfect time to introduce your children to the different histories, norms, and perspectives held by the many thriving culturesRead More

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How to Help Your Child Evolve Creatively

How to Help Your Child Evolve Creatively

This is another wonderful post from our guest blogger, Emma. Starting from an early age, it is best to help your child’s imagination bloom so that they can be good at whatever they choose to do. Remember to bolster their creative and curious nature in order to get good results. Moreover, do not deny theirRead More

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Thoughts are Real

Thoughts are Real

Today is a wonderful guest post from Brandy McDonald, a friend and wise mother of two. Brandy is sharing about toxic thoughts; Thoughts are real. What you think about on a daily basis affects and shapes your reality. Your thought life also affects your emotional and physical well-being. There are good thoughts and there areRead More

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Motherhood: Embracing Love

Motherhood: Embracing Love

This is another beautiful post from our guest blogger and friend, Oriana, as she once again opens up and shares from her heart. We are in a new era where people are in constant search for answers to their many doubts and concerns. It seems like everyone has joined a massive social club where itRead More

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Meeting Your Premature Baby for the First Time

Meeting Your Premature Baby for the First Time

I’m not about to write that my experience of seeing CC for the first time is the same as every mother of a premature baby’s experience, however in the six months in which CC was in hospital I did get to watch quite a few introductions and there was almost always the same initial expressionRead More

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