Monsters Are Afraid of Babies has vivid illustrations that will certainly keep your child engaged. It shows them that what we’re often afraid of can also be afraid of you. It’s the right amount of friendly-spooky, but can help a child face their fears.
In this year’s holiday gift guide, I’ve chosen some items that work well for new parents or babies and young children. My hope is to introduce you to something new that you’ll maybe add to your gift list.
My fourth baby is on the move. He is into everything his older siblings weren’t. I think he sees his brothers and sister do all these big kid things and he just has to have in on the action. It’s exhausting. Something that has helped me in the kitchen and bathroom are Cabinet Slide Locks from Safety 1st.
Since it’s the beginning of the year, and I’m feeling ambitious, I decided to make a new snack to get my kids ready for a full night’s rest. We’re also enjoying a hilarious new bedtime book.
It’s our 9 year anniversary on August 15th. Nine years. We’ve been together for 14, but married 9. Time sure does fly, doesn’t it? The more kids we had the less we focused on buying stuff for us. I think that’s just how it goes with parents. But, we do still like to buy each other a little something on our anniversary.
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In addition to your typical must-have items for the beach, there are a few tried and true things that I never leave home without.
I love sunglasses. I wear them all year round. I don’t wear a pair to match my outfit, it’s more my mood. I keep two pairs in my car and one in the house. You never know when you’ll need them!