Category Archives: Toddlers/Preschoolers

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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Dr. Seuss Printables, Activities and Crafts

Dr. Seuss Printables, Activities and Crafts

 In continuation with a past post for Read Across America Day and Dr. Seuss’ Birthday, here are some more great coloring pages, craft ideas, printable activity sheets and teaching ideas with the Dr. Seuss theme. This post contains some affiliate links. Dr. Seuss hat printables 1) Dr. Seuss’ hat 2) Word _at on Dr. Seuss’Read More

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THE SINGLED OUT SINGLETON

THE SINGLED OUT SINGLETON

Sad but true story of a day in the life of the singled out singleton. My German mother-in-law is about to visit us again which brought up a memory from her last visit, an incident that happened while seeing her off at the airport. My twins were in their stroller and my preschooler was standingRead More

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Top 10 Valentine’s Family-Friendly and Fun Ideas in Dallas

Top 10 Valentine’s Family-Friendly and Fun Ideas in Dallas

Remember Valentines’ Day before children? Back then your biggest worry was sending or receiving flowers, getting restaurant reservations and what to wear. Enter kids, now what does Valentine’s Day look like? The great thing about children, they can bring a different element of fun and excitement to holidays. We hope our list helps in yourRead More

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Is Monster Jam Mom Friendly?

Is Monster Jam Mom Friendly?

Think Monster Trucks aren’t your thang? I wasn’t so sure myself, but I’m afraid I might be even more of a fan than my son now. Months ago, I started a reward chart with our son, earning stars for wise choices or wise behavior, and we allowed him the opportunity to choose his reward afterRead More

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School Review for Scofield Christian School

School Review for Scofield Christian School

Preschool-6th grade. After school-care as well as half day, full day, or a mix of both are flexibly offered at Scofield for 3k, 4k, and kindergarten. Call the admissions coordinator, Candi Barrett at 214-349-6843 to RSVP for the upcoming Open House, Thursday, May 11, 2017 at 8:15am. Mention “WiseMommies” and get $150 off your registrationRead More

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Teach your kids emotional intelligence

Teach your kids emotional intelligence

I’m excited to welcome Emma Lawson and her inspirational guest post. When you become a parent, your whole world changes and you realize there is nothing more important than happiness and wellbeing of your children. You can spend less money and time on yourself if that means they will have more, and you do whateverRead More

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How to Shop with Twins +1

How to Shop with Twins +1

Have you ever chosen to shop at a certain store only because they have certain carts that accommodate your children and not because that store has the best prices or even all the items you need? If you have twins, I know you have answered yes! This post contains some affiliate links. I love goingRead More

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My Favorite Tip for Helping Manage Outings with Twins

My Favorite Tip for Helping Manage Outings with Twins

This tip/trick is something that EVERY PERSON, with or without kids should think about: How often have you wasted time looking for your keys? Ever locked your keys in the car? Have you spent time wrestling the keys away from your child? Have you found yourself yelling at a loved one in desperation of findingRead More

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Falling Back into TwinZone Tuesdays

Falling Back into TwinZone Tuesdays

Fall brings about all my favorite things: cooler weather, pumpkin lattes, memorable family holidays, colorful trees, piles of leaves to crunch on walks and so much more. I’m also falling back into TwinZone Tuesdays. Eight months ago, I started TwinZone Tuesdays: Take One for Two. This Tuesday dedication was an attempt to catch up withRead More

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