There’s nothing better on a hot summer day than taking the kids to a splash pad: it’s all the cooling ...
Well-meaning older relatives give us this advice. It’s written on glossy pamphlets meant to help. Signs on the walls of ...
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I am very fortunate to live in a neighborhood where during the summer and fall, there is a farmers market at the end of my street and during the winter and spring, there is an indoor one just a mile away. The markets in my neighborhood are more than just a place to buy […]
According to my Facebook feed, moms and kids love doing crafts together. Bummer for me, because I truly do not have a crafty bone in my body. I’m not sure if it’s my sub-par fine motor skills or just a genetic predisposition, but arts and crafts are just not what I would consider […]
Let’s get one thing straight right now. I am pro-bee. I planted bee-friendly flowers this year. I buy local honey. I don’t pluck the dandelions in our yard. Some of you will read this and try to frame me as a bee hater. I assure you, I’m not. If you need more proof check our […]
Plenty of things to keep your family busy this week! We can’t wait to check out the Summer of Prototyping at the Providence Children’s Museum! SaveSave
In the evening I tend to zone out onto my phone, usually in Facebook land where I “connect” with people. I watch people’s perfect lives play out. Recently while scrolling I saw one of those inspirational posts that caught me off guard. “Don’t judge the person whose life seems perfect because to someone you might […]
Summer is here! School is out, and the busy schedule of the year may have lightened up, leaving the perfect opportunity to head out for a little vacation without the stress of rearranging a jam-packed schedule. Where to go, though?! And what to do? Let’s dive into a handful of summer road trip destinations […]
I got into a Facebook argument. Yes, I know better, but for some reason, I couldn’t let go of it. It was about the family who was charged $132,000 when their five-year-old broke a statue located in a community center. It was on a thread complaining about loud children in restaurants. So, I really should have […]
We are so grateful that through our partnership with Dunkin’ Donuts, we can share all the details about the awesome perks of the ‘Fill Up to Fuel Up’ program with our readers!As a mother of a first grader and a preschooler, it may come as no surprise that two things are very constant in my […]
My children have never known a life without a washing machine and dryer in their home. A few years ago, I started teaching them how to do their own laundry – sort, settings, start, switch, dry, then fold and away. It’s important to me that they have an awareness of how the work […]