I think it is safe to say I owe my crafty side to my mom, she has always been a creative, handy and artistic person. From fixing a leak to patching a zinc roof or drawing bright, beautiful flowers - I remember my mom being a jack of all trades and master as well. From… Continue reading FUN, EASY, COLORFUL HAND-MADE ENVELOPES FOR KIDDIES
Teaching your toddler through song and dance or bright, colorful play-type activities is the ideal way to start. I have used a combination of reading, singing, dancing, flash cards and daily conversation to build my toddlers' confidence and familiarity with colors, numbers, letters, sounds and words with each of my six eldest of seven daughters.
Learning the alphabet and how to count is a fundamental step for every toddler - these two basic learning tools set the foundation for a bright future of life-long learning. It is often recommended to introduce your child to letters and numbers from as early as 6 months, however, this should be limited to songs, music and dancing the "numbers song" or "ABC song".
Starting early with daily reading in a fun, exciting and loving fashion is one of the best ways to accelerate your child's learning abilities. Choosing a particular time of day to have story time with your toddler is also a good ideal this means they know what is expected of them and what to expect of you at that time - it is reading time, a time when little angel and mommy sit together and look at books and perhaps read a few.
VIDEO: Try this super cute and easy hairstyle on your little girls hair to keep her hair styled neatly through an active day.
Potty-training my first daughter was an absolute breeze, I sometimes feel she potty-trained herself. We went to the kiddie store one day, bought cute princess underwear and started from there. The first day, I removed her diaper and she went about her day coloring and playing as usual until nature called...
As a mommy of 7, notably all daughters, there are times when I can sense that one of my girls is craving a bit of “mommy and me time”. With two teenagers ages 14 and 13, a 10 year old and the 6, 4 and 2 year olds, (plus my 2 month old latest addition),… Continue reading MOMMY & ME TIME: MAKING MEMORABLE MOMENTS