Browsing CategoryParenting

5 Fun Gift Themes for Siblings that Encourage Cooperative Play

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #PoweringTheHolidays #CollectiveBias

With multiple kids to purchase gifts for (rather be my own kids or family friends), I really strive to find fun gifts that siblings can share and play with together. Today I am sharing some fun gift theme ideas that can encourage cooperative play between siblings (and even friends).

5 Fun Gift Themes for Siblings that Encourage Cooperative Play

Super Lice – 5+ Things to Know

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #NixUltra #CollectiveBias

It is back-to-school season and as you may know, I am all about stocking up and being prepared. Especially when it comes to my kids’ health. With the spread of super lice, it’s time to talk about things us moms need to know and the need to be prepared to combat the resistant lice, if need be.

Super Lice - 5+ Things Every Parent Should Know

Free Printable ‘Made with Love’ Lunchbox Stickers

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Jif® and Smucker’s®. All opinions are mine alone. #BetterTogetherPBandJ #WeAreBetterTogether #CollectiveBias

Part of back-to-school involves making lunch in the mornings while the kids get ready for school. Most days I get the request to make the infamous peanut butter & jelly sandwich. To add a little more love to their lunches this school year, I created this cute sticker to add to containers and bags.

Free Printable 'Made with Love' Lunchbox Stickers - Cute idea for kids lunches!

Teaching Kids to Recycle {Lead by Example}

This juice pouch recycling post has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and The Coca-Cola Company. All opinions are mine alone. #HonestKidsRecycle #CollectiveBias

I strive to teach my kids to do good and do their part to help the planet. The best way to do this is by leading by example and guiding them through various ways to help out. I even made some recycle bins we can take to the school to take our efforts further.

Teaching Kids to Recycle {Lead by Example} - Recycle empty juice pouches. It is free and easy!

Kids Morning Sheet {Free Printable}

This morning sheet idea has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #SnackToSchool #CollectiveBias

We have a lot going on in the morning and the boys are always curious to what the day has in store for them. I created this free printable kids morning sheet to help our morning routines and motivate the kids along the way.

Print this FREE kids morning sheet to help morning routines and motivate the kids along the way.

Kids Annual Eye Exams + Visionworks & PAW Patrol

Just like yearly physician appointments, getting annual eye exams are essential, even for little ones. Back to school season is a great time to schedule those exams. It not only makes sure their eyes are doing well before classes start, but it also just makes it an easy task during each school year kickoff. While this post is sponsored by Visionworks, all opinions are my own.

Kids Annual Eye Exams + Visionworks & PAW Patrol