Articles in Raising Kids
Here’s the trick to getting that yucky build-up off of baby’s scalp for good!! Naturally!
It isn’t finished yet, but here’s how our kids’ pallet play fort is coming along.
Camping with a toddler can be a ton of fun, but it can also be exhausting as well! Here are a few tips to help make your trip a little easier, and advice to keep your little one safe and content during your stay.
We’re winding down from a great party over the weekend. Here’s how we celebrated Titus turning SIX!
I know we’re all in a hurry to get our kids out of diapers. But please don’t rush potty training if your child isn’t ready for it. I made that mistake with my first born, and have since learned the error of my ways. Here’s my advice on waiting to potty train…
Living in the country comes with its own special hazards to be aware of. Here’s how we do our best to keep our kids safe on the homestead.
My five year old boy definitely thrives on being productive. But I’ve been having a hard time thinking of things to do to keep his little hands busy!
It’s funny… the things they say!
Wow. A YEAR OLD!!! Happy Birthday, baby Elias. You have changed so much in so little time. We love you more than you’ll ever know.
Having home canned goods to make baby food from is incredibly satisfying. Not only do you have the assurance of knowing exactly what you are feeding baby, canning your own food saves a lot of money as well!
Growing like a weed, and developing such a funny little personality!
“Yep, there’s definitely something in there.”
When it comes to learning… and just about everything else, come to think of it… boys are SO much different than girls!
I am SUPER pleased with how this room turned out. For only the cost of a can of paint and a paintbrush, I turned the boys’ bedroom into something I can be proud to show off!
He’s growing like a weed, and changing so much! Here are some new pictures of our little Elias.
Would your child know how to survive without you in an emergency situation? Will they be prepared to care for themselves and their own family when they grow up and leave the home? What sort of life skills are you teaching your children right now, to better equip them for the future?