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Move Over Kids: This New Play-Doh Makeup Palette Is Just for Mom

Or grab the Monopoly or Ouija palettes in this fun new line!

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The Creative Guide to Preparing Your Kids for School

Whether your child is filled with excitement or dread, these fun activities will support them through their journey so that they can succeed.

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10 Reasons Why It’s Great to Be an Older Mom

Number 4 is a big financial win, for sure!

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Back-to-School Tips to Start the School Year Off Right

Our readers weigh in and share the best BTS tips out there.

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13 Reasons Not to Lose It on the First Day of School

Even for parents, the beginning of a new year can be a mix of emotions.

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Free Daily Schedule & Chore Chart Printables

Organize your day as you navigate this brave new week.

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Relieve Back-to-School Stress with Connection & Routine

As fall approaches, we know kids (and you!) may have some extra back-to-school jitters this year. To relieve potential stress, start practicing these social-emotional skills now.

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15 Simple Ways to Improve Your Kid’s Concentration

Kids need a little help concentrating? Try one (or all) of these tips and tricks!

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How to Help Your Pet Adjust to Your Back-to-School Routine

Summer brings lazy days, looser schedules and oftentimes, more people hanging out at home. Your pet is probably enjoying this low-key time (not to mention the extra snuggles!) just as much as you! With school on the horizon, it’s important…

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Feeling Completely Overwhelmed as a Parent? You’re Not Alone, According to New Survey

60% of parents polled said their mental load is “overwhelming.”

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Making a New House Feel like Home after Divorce

Divorce is never easy—add moving to a new home to the mix and it’s next level stressful. Here are tips to make the transition easier for your kids so that everyone can start over in a positive way.

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9 Self-Care Ideas for Moms

“It’s important to find self-care that works for you, because, as they say, you can’t pour from an empty cup.”

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The Worst & Best of Parenting

“At times, I cry on my husband’s shoulder because I am so bored and frustrated with being a mother even if the kids haven’t misbehaved the entire day.”

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11 Ways to Build Resiliency in Children

“Resilience is the foundation of a child’s mental health, confidence, self-regulation, stress management and response to difficult events—like the pandemic.”

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More Sleep Makes You a More Mindful Mom

“Tips for falling asleep, no matter how many times your kids wake you up.”

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Got Toddler Behavior Issues? This Program Can Help

New research found a way to help behavioral issues in children as young as 12-months.

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Spring Forward: How to Survive the Time Change with Your Kids

The time change can be tricky with kids. Not to worry, we’ve got a bunch of easy-to-implement tricks to get everyone on schedule in a jiffy!

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Hello, Sunshine! Parent-Tested Tips to Help Your Baby Adjust to Daylight Saving Time

Are you prepared for Daylight Saving Time? Here’s how to help your baby adjust to a new sleep schedule.

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The 3 Tips You Need to Get Your Kids to Sleep

“Between winter sniffles, inconsistent school schedules, and daylight savings, even the best sleepers can find themselves disrupted.”

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How to Get Your Toddler to Wear a Mask

“With these tips and a little time, you will feel more comfortable trusting that they will wear a mask when it’s necessary.”

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Hello Bello’s Newest Collection Will Make Cleaning Feel Less Like a Chore

Hello Bello is trying to make cleaning and tidying up just a tad bit more…dare we say…enjoyable.

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Delaying Preschool or Daycare Because of COVID-19? Here’s What to Do at Home

“With the onset of COVID-19, many parents have been forced to delay their toddler’s entry into daycare or preschool. Here are things you can do with your child to help mimic what they would learn and be more prepared when you are ready to send them.”

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How to Make Handwashing More Fun

“The average preschooler washes their hands at least 10 times a day. Add some zing to your child’s handwashing routine with these fun tips and activities.”

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The Key to Embracing Curly Hair & How to Manage It for Your Kids

The key to curly hair is embracing the fact that it will never look the same two days in a row, and that’s okay! People with straight hair love curly hair because of how perfectly imperfect it is, and you should too. Check out these must have products for your curls!

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I’m a Pediatric Sleep Consultant, Here’s How I Get My Kids to Sleep

Like many families, you may be finding yourself scrambling to get your family back into a healthy sleep routine. This expert is here to help.

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3 Tips to Help Master Daylight Savings Disruptions

“Here are our tried and true tips to help make the transition to ‘falling back an hour’ during daylight savings a little smoother.”

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What Your First-Time Babysitter Needs to Know

Before you leave your child with a new sitter, this list will help set your mind at ease.

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5 Important Strategies for Breastfeeding during COVID

“It’s such a vulnerable time for both mom and baby that extra care should be made to make sure mom and baby feel supported.”

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Failing to Prepare? Why Having a Morning Routine Is So Crucial

Photo: langll via pixabay
“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail,” Ben Franklin
Well said, Ben, and that wisdom definitely applies to life with three kids; especially our morning routine.

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How We Helped Our Toddler Gently Bond With Baby

Photo: The Ollie World
If your family is growing, you’re probably wondering how your family dynamic will change with the addition of a little one. As a mother, you already have a pretty good idea of what to expect .…

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Baby Not Sleeping a Wink? Here’s What You Need to Do

Photo: Sarah Shreves
The first three months of life are often referred to as the fourth trimester when your little one is still adjusting to life outside of the womb. During this adjustment, baby is depending on you to lead in…

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Our Quarantine Routine: 5 Small Ways We Stay Sane

“They say it takes a village to make it through raising tiny humans and right now, with all this chaos swirling around everything, I couldn’t agree more.”

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How to Apply Sunscreen to a Wriggling Toddler (Successfully) & Other Tips

We’ve compiled a list of ideas to make applying sunscreen to kids a little more pleasant.

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Zappos Launches New Maternity Shopping Experience

They are reimagining the way moms-to-be shop.

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