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DIY String Art

Little ones might need an extra set of hands, and could benefit from nails with larger heads to hold the yarn in place. Guaranteed to fill an afternoon. read more

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Moving Past Survival in the Toddler Years

But these years with the toddler crew in tow aren’t meant to be endured, where survival is the end goal and thriving only happens once they’re over. It is possible, I promise, to enjoy this difficult parenting season too. At least in part. Here are a few things that helped. read more

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Celebrate the Everyday: 5 meaningful displays

Design Mom shares her simple way to celebrate the everyday in your family with ideas for five meaningful displays – from your child’s artwork to a map symbolizing your favorite family vacation. read more

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The Secret to Being a Happy Family

I leave my coffee and follow my oldest son to the path he’s found, and he points out the daisies, the bluebells, the buttercups. And this is what I’m learning, as I parent three young ones. That our children are the knowing ones. The ones we need to follow. read more

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How my Husband and I Stay on the Same Team

Some of us become unrecognizable even to ourselves. These are the best of times and the not-so-best of times, and we can end up taking it all out on the human punching bag that sleeps next to us because, hey, sometimes they do. not. get. it. read more