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The First 63 Days With Three Kids: How To Survive

Sixty-three days of life with three kids. I know what I’m supposed to say: “I’m soaking up every second.” “It’s been the greatest joy.” ”We are adjusting wonderfully.” If you judge our life by Instagram posts, it appears we do nothing but smile and love on each other in our catalog clean outfits. Those photos […]

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Healthy Halloween Treats for Boos & Ghouls

This month is filled with so many opportunities to indulge in sweet treats. From pumpkin-spiced everything to Halloween parties to the 7th bag of mixed candy that I picked up from the grocery store that I swear is for the trick-or-treaters this time. There’s sugar everywhere we turn, and our kids are about to come […]

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Fall Inspired Books for Children: My Top Five Favorites

It’s hard to believe that we are saying farewell to summer, however, I am an autumn girl through and through, so I’m welcoming fall with open arms.  Hello to crisp fall weather, pumpkin everything, cozy sweaters, and hot apple cider! When the seasons change, so do the books on our bookshelves. I find that the kids gravitate […]

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Step by step on how to deal with a lice infestation without going crazy.

So, Your Child Brought Home Head Lice: Don’t Worry, You Can Beat It

Welcome to the beginning of a new school year! It’s an exciting time of meeting new teachers, meeting up with friends, finding new friends, and the joy of being in the next grade up. Living under this bridge of happiness and excitement is the dreaded louse. Lice are an unfortunate risk in group settings such as schools, […]

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Hiking Eastern Iowa Part 2: 3 Trails to Hit in Hot Weather

Well, June sure has thrown us for a hot weather loop. I was pretty sure I read somewhere that June was supposed to be cooler than average. Oh well, that is Mother Nature for us. Now, if you are anything like me, then once those temps hit 90 (especially with the humidity) all you want […]

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10 Tips to Keep Your Kids Reading in the Summer

Don’t let your children’s reading skills wither and die over summer break. Keep their creative mind alive and blooming by performing CPR (Continually Promoting Reading). Our kids deserve some vegging out when summer hits, but it can be easy to allow them to fall into a routine that does not involve any books. Hot spots […]

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