Category: parenting

Surprize by Stride Rite Review

I’d like to start this post off by letting you know I was not paid, sponsored, otherwise compensated or even contacted by Stride Rite about this review. However, this post (like many others on my blog) may contain affiliate links. I found Surprize by Stride Rite as a happy accident during my latest trip to Target, and when […]

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11 Reasons to Get Your Groceries Delivered

  This post contains referral links, but it is *not* a sponsored post. I was not paid or compensated to write this and opinions are all my own. Happy reading! I used to love grocery shopping. Before I had kids, a trip to the grocery store was fun. I would peruse the aisles for new, […]

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5 Things You Need for Your Next Family Roadtrip

This post contains affiliate links.  Since my family doesn’t live nearby, I’ve had a lot of experience trekking my kids in the car for family roadtrip fun. By fun, I mean a bored, screaming toddler, a puking baby, and diaper explosions galore. And, you know, all the stress that comes along with family roadtrips. Like […]

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When Your Child has an Apple Allergy

The most common food allergens are peanuts, tree nuts, milk, egg, wheat, soy, fish, and shellfish. If you or your child has an allergy not on the top list, it can be very difficult to manage. I didn’t realize this until I discovered that my toddler is allergic to apples. An apple allergy is not […]

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Why Wealthy White People Don’t Vaccinate Their Kids

Vaccination is a sensitive topic on the parenting scene. Anti-vaxxers have a very loud voice and big agenda when it comes to arguing against vaccines. Although the science is clear, anti-vaxxers have spread fear and beat their drum the loudest. Despite the fact that the CDC has determined that vaccines do not cause autism (and other […]

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