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Daylight Saving Time – Changing the Clock!

This Sunday marks the beginning of what’s known as “Daylight Saving” time, when most people in the United States will move the time on their clocks ahead by one hour (the time officially changes at 2:00 am on Sunday). In recent years it may have become simpler to make the change to Daylight Saving because so many clocks are automatically updated, like on cell phones, tablets, etc. […]

A Beginner’s Guide to the Tactile Sensory System

This post is brought to us by our guest blogger Dayna at Lemon Lime Adventures. Understanding sensory processing is extremely important for a parents, caregivers, and teachers alike, which is why I am truly excited to be back for the second edition in this six month series unraveling Sensory Processing and how it relates to […]

Kid-Made Heart Pendants

This post is brought to us by our guest blogger Dayna at Lemon Lime Adventures. Looking for a simple kid-made gift? We have just the thing. These kid-made heart pendants are simple, fun, and wonderful for encouraging creativity in your kids. The added benefit is that these heart pendants are so beautiful, even mom will […]

Sensory Processing: 7 Facts Everyone Should Know

This sensory processing post is brought to us by our guest blogger Dayna at Lemon Lime Adventures. Have you heard the term “sensory processing” yet had no clue what it meant? Or maybe you have heard of it but aren’t quite clear what it means or how it relates to your child. In fact, that […]

Making Handmade Instruments

This post is brought to us by Guest Blogger Julie Kieras at Happy Strong Home. We have a piano in our home. And as noisy as it gets, nothing is more thrilling to my heart than to hear my toddler and preschooler banging (gently!) on the keys and singing at full volume. Watching my children […]

Simple Thumbprint Ornaments

Making handmade ornaments is something to treasure. They are made with love and care, and are a constant reminder for the years to come of your child’s youth. However, sometimes it can be overwhelming and seem stressful to find time to make the perfect memorable ornament. Not any more. These simple thumbprint ornaments are easy […]

Encouraging Early Reading Skills with Toddlers

This early reading skills post is brought to us by our guest blogger Dayna at Lemon Lime Adventures. Many people know how important reading skills are for preschoolers and school age children. There have been many studies that point to the fact that children who are read to more frequently at home are more likely […]

Stacy Shares: 10 Simple Ways Kids Can Change the World

My kids came home with a school assignment last week asking them to think of ways kids could change the world, right now. I asked them who was already changing the world and making it a better place. My 8 year old quickly rattled off his list of everyday heroes, this included family members, teachers, […]

When I Grow Up: Conversations with Community Helpers

This Conversations with Community Helpers post is brought to us by guest blogger Julie Kieras at HappyStrongHome.com. Children begin identifying with career choices quite early, I’m discovering. Daily, our two year old goes to the playroom and asks for his ‘Struction Worker costume. He’ll happily wear it for hours. What will they become when they […]