How we created hanging book display on a room with no space! Continue reading No Space for Books? We’ve Got You Covered
Summer is officially here and it’s getting hotter by the day.As a family who doesn’t have a pool, or even much of a kid-friendly backyard, we knew we would have to get creative when trying to keep cool. Continue reading “No Pool? No Problem!”
Change is hard. Not everyone wants to embrace it, but sometimes you just have to bite the bullet to do whats best for you and yours.
Like all parents, we don’t trust just anyone with our daughter. I am very careful about who watches her, and who she spends time with. So, understandably, when it comes to her health and happiness, I could not just trust any random pediatrician.
With a little one who is cutting molars, we have recently started discussing how to choose a pediatric dentist for Baby Wagon, and how to go about introducing her to proper dental care. We have her brush her teeth on a pretty regular basis, although I will admit to having a hard time corralling her long enough to do it properly. Usually, I brush for her for as long as she will let me, about 20 seconds, then she grabs the brush to chew on for a bit. The pediatrician has given the OK on this practice, but I still want to have her brushing regularly before we go see a dentist.
What to do when your little poops in the tub Continue reading “The Tub Makes A Great Toilet” Said No One Ever – What To Do When Your Little Poops In the Tub
As parents of an adorable, busy little toddler, we are always looking for ways to make life a little easier, or make things happen a little faster. Therefore, we have become pretty creative in our home and during our travels. The following are a few things that we have come up with (and a bonus found all over Pinterest), that have been working for us.
Giving birth and raising a child is intimidating enough, WITHOUT worrying about the financial ramifications. We were concerned about money, but that’s really not any different from how we were before, and we knew that we would make it work. Our little bundle was worth every bit of the struggle. I am a die hard bargain hunter, and pretty darn good at stretching a buck, so I knew I could help save in places that Cris wasn’t familiar with, without much trouble. Besides, if we could save a little on things like toys, clothes, and diapers, we could have some extra for memory making trips.
Here are some of the ways we have come up with thus far.