How You Can Become a Mompreneur

If you’re a stay at home mom or a working mom your family, understandably comes first, and you may be trying to work, bring in an income, stay home with your children, and have flexibility to build a career or business. For many, like myself, it became important to do something that felt productive, utilized …

Top 8 Banned Books I Want My Kids to Read

Throughout history there has been different countries, governments, school districts that have banned books. These books were often seen to be portraying a message that should not be heard. From pro-communism ideas, anti-slavery, offensive language, sexual content, use of drugs, and more. In the United States many of the books have had the ban lifted, …

Understanding Autism and Stimming

Autism has been a diagnosis that is slowly being more understood. As the actually Autistic community continues to speak out, educate, and raise understanding the hope is for more people to be respectful and understanding the those who are Autistic around you. When you come across a child that is hand flapping the hope is …

How to Curb Depression During Social Distancing

With the current pandemic isolation, anxiety, and depression are sure to be on the rise for everyone. Stay at home mothers often have times where they’re isolated. Having little adult contact and having limited trips outside the home can be hard on anyone. Now that we are under a global quarantine here are some tips …

Last Minute Stocking Stuffers for Moms

Moms often get a lot of the work when it comes to taking care of house, home, kids, and during the holidays there is just added stress trying to make the season perfect for everyone in the family. Take the chance to show the mom in your life, whether it is your own mom, your …

How to Interact with the Autistic child in Your Family Over the Holidays

With most neuro-diverse children, like Autistic children, the Christmas season can be very overwhelming. This overwhelm can be hard for any neuro-typical child or adult to understand. There are many different ways during the holidays to make sure the Autistic child in your family is not completely left out and ignored due to their differences. …

Keep Kids Safe in Winter Weather

Winter is here and one thing that means for many of us is cold weather, wind, storms, and perhaps even a lot of snow. Outdoor activities with the family and for your kids do not have to be out of the question in the cold weather, but there are definitely different measures to take to …