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This blog post about kids’ independence is brought to you by VTech and The Motherhood. All opinions are my own.

It feels like just yesterday my kids were little babies depending on me for every single one of their needs. We all get that feeling sometimes right? One day we are rocking them to sleep after a midnight bottle and the next they are making their own lunch and off to school. If I had a nickel for every time I have said, ‘They grow up too fast’, I’d be a millionaire.

Using a Baby Monitor for Older Kids & Their Independence

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School starts a week from today. That’s only seven more days I get all three of my boys at home with me all day long. How did that happen? Where did summer break go? How is it possible I already have a second-grader and a kindergartner?

How to Make a  Washi Tape 'READ' Sign for Kid's Reading Area

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Having three boys back-to-back-to-back, I assumed they would each be very similar since they were so close in age. Boy was I wrong. It didn’t take long to notice their uniqueness and differences in personalities.

Encouraging & Embracing My Son's Independence

This post about the struggle of letting go of outgrown baby items is sponsored by Socialstars and Tide, however all opinions are my own. #SmallButPowerful

It was one thing I never thought would be so difficult. Something I never thought would be so emotional.  I never thought it would be a struggle at all. It was a day that I so conveniently procrastinated with countless excuses. Letting go of outgrown baby items is hard.

Finally Letting Go of Outgrown Baby Items

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As you may have noticed by now, I am pretty big on routines and schedules. My kids know at what time we eat lunch, have quiet time, start bedtime routines, etc. Some routines are definitely more enjoyable for all of us. A few of the kids’ routines need more assistance and persuasion than others.

Interactive Fun for Kid's Teeth Brushing with Philips Sonicare for Kids

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There’s been so much going on around here, I haven’t been able to share some exciting news with you! I was selected to be a LeapFrog Mom Ambassador which means I will bringing you some of the latest and greatest LeapFrog products.

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