Sarah's Sage Advice


March 2018

8 Easter Picture Books

Another holiday is coming and I love taking the chance to teach my children about the holiday with new picture books. I found these great 8 picture books on Easter. Easter: Sturdy Lift-a-Flap Board Book By: R.I. Redd; Illustrated by:… Continue Reading →

Classic Spring Outfits for Toddler Boys

One of my favorite things about Spring is buying some new, fun, Spring clothes for my kids. My husband and I, however, can be pretty strict on the types of clothes we put on our kids. When it comes to… Continue Reading →

History of Easter and Its Symbols

I’ve always been kind of stumped by the secular symbols that become so prominent in Christian holidays. Like where did the Bunny actually come from? I’m a big history buff. I have a Bachelors of History of Art and Visual… Continue Reading →

Classic Spring Outfits for Toddler Girls

One of my favorite things about Spring is buying some new, fun, Spring clothes for my kids. My oldest is so cute in all of her different Spring clothes. My husband and I, however, can be pretty strict on the… Continue Reading →

Signs and Symptoms of Anxiety in Kids

Anxiety is a very complicated feeling. Everyone has dealt with some level of anxiety throughout their lives but not everyone develops an anxiety disorder. Kids may show signs of many different forms of anxiety, some different than adults and others… Continue Reading →

26 St Patrick’s Day Activities, Crafts, and More

St Patrick’s Day is a great, fun holiday, to share with the kids. Here are  St Patrick’s Day activities to brighten your holiday. Crafts Kid Craft: St. Patrick’s Day Marshmallow Stamps This is a great craft for kids of all… Continue Reading →

39 Life Skills Every Child Should Know Before They Turn 18

There are so many things as a parent that we are responsible for teaching our kids, life skills should be on the top of that list. It is on us when our children graduate from high school not knowing basic… Continue Reading →

Munchkin Click Lock Bite Proof Trainer Cup Product Review

*affiliate links* When my daughter was around 9 months old, it may have been earlier then that, our doctor told us to start training her on a sippy cup. As a first time parent there are so many decisions I cannot… Continue Reading →

Living with Anxiety: Before and After Becoming a Mom

I’ve had anxiety since I was a child. I cannot really tell you when it started although there a few events I remember I know did not help the situation. Some of it was typical child related anxieties. I was shy but frightfully so. I’m not even sure my parents understood or understand to this day how much it physically hurt me to try to talk to people sometimes. I did not really talk about it and did not explain that much to them. It was not all the time. It did depend on the situation, but I hurt and just could not talk. Those situations included ordering food at restaurants. I usually told my dad what I wanted and had him order for me.

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