Inspired by my friend at HonorsGradU, we’re excited to share our top five most read posts in 2017. This has been an exciting year for our blog, as we transitioned from blogspot to wordpress and eventually bought our own domain. We are grateful to all who have read our articles throughout the year. And a special shout out to Mama T, who joined the blog at the beginning of 2017 and wrote three of the top five most read articles.
This is a great guide to some yummy, simple, healthy meal ideas for your family. It has suggestions for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Sides, Desserts, and Snacks.
Part of a Gift Guide hop for the holidays, this post includes three series suggestions for babies and three series suggestions for toddlers that parents won’t mind re-reading.
Married people need friends just as much as single people do. What does young wife and mom want?Someone to talk to. Someone who texts back. Someone who can hang out at your house and be a part of your family, regardless if your kid’s ages match up. If you have ever felt this way, this article by Mama T is a great read and really resonated with a lot of people.
As a parent, we often focus on our kids emotions more than our own. But it’s important to work on keeping our cool and setting a good example for our kids. The four biggest triggers for both parents and kids are Hunger, Anger, Loneliness, and feeling Tired. This article gives some suggestions for coping with these emotions and being more self-aware.
Most new moms now create a registry so their family and friends know what to buy for them. However, if a mom doesn’t have a registry, or if you feel like the new mom doesn’t have a clue what she needs and you know best, then we have some gift ideas for you! With Amazon links to guide you, this list includes feeding supplies, toys, clothes, books, baby gear, and decor.