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7 Effective Tips for Parenting a Strong-Willed Child

January 3, 2020, Author: Tamra Cater

It happened. Yesterday, I was faced with the growing reality that my daughter is very strong-willed. Honestly, it was probably one of the worst days we have had. My daughter did not want to get dressed, nor did she want to leave the house when it was time to go. In fact, she was put […]


24 Simple Ways to Connect with Your Child

December 29, 2019, Author: Tamra Cater

According to one article, it’s important to create a close connection with our child, so they develop into a happy, well-behaved kid. Thus, it’s not enough to only tell our child that we love them- We need to put love into action every day, and we can do that by finding simple ways to connect with […]


Your Guide to Giving Your Baby a Bath

December 18, 2019, Author: Tamra Cater

As a new mom, I was terrified of bathing my new baby. She was so tiny, and I was afraid of dropping her! That being said, my mother-in-law walked me through it a few times while she was visiting. This helped me become more comfortable with it! Thus, I did learn how to become an […]


Real Neat Blog Award

December 11, 2019, Author: Tamra Cater

I was nominated by Jaya at Nin Chronicles for this award. I love Jaya’s blog posts on positive parenting, so please check out her blog. This award is a way for a blogger to show appreciation for other blogs that they think are really neat! So, I’m honored to be nominated by Jaya for this! Rules […]

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6 Reasons Why Being a Mom is Hard

December 5, 2019, Author: Tamra Cater

According to an article on Huffpost, being a mom means “giving air to the lungs that grew within you, and sight to the eyes that will never see you as anything but mommy.” It’s also kissing those scratches and scrapes, as well as being the rock when they cry. It’s picking them up when they […]


A Christmas Sensory Bin for Toddlers

November 23, 2019, Author: Tamra Cater

A sensory bin is a plastic tub that is filled with materials that stimulate the senses. Sensory bins are great, because they are quick to put together and relatively inexpensive. Also, sensory bins are an easy way to engage in sensory play without having to go to a children’s museum. Thus, I decided to create […]


Tech and Apps to Help Students Succeed

November 12, 2019, Author: Tamra Cater

This is a guest post done by Rae Steinbach. Please see the bio below! Many parents and teachers have trouble keeping children off their phones, but technology actually opens a variety of new opportunities at school. More and more apps are looking for ways to engage students in the classroom and improve educational outcomes. This […]

Picky Eating

Recipes Your Picky-Eater Will Love

November 7, 2019, Author: Tamra Cater

As parents, we want our children to eat a variety of healthy foods, so it’s frustrating when they do not. Toddlerhood seems to be the time when it happens most.  Parents may wonder about whether their kids will grow out of this phase or what recipes their picky-eater will enjoy! Some kids outgrow picking eating, […]


Your Guide to the Best Christmas Gifts for Toddlers

October 29, 2019, Author: Tamra Cater

I’m excited for the Christmas holidays this year. Last year, my daughter was just beginning to understand what Christmas was all about, so I’m hoping this Christmas is even better! I think aside from gifts, it’s important to create memories and experiences for your child that will last! This helps to build closeness with everyone […]


How to Start a Blog in 4 Easy Steps

October 23, 2019, Author: Tamra Cater

I started a blog in January of this year, because I wanted to share my passion for child development. I also wanted to explore this possibility of making money from it. Blogging has been fun, and I have met a lot of great people! In addition, I’m just beginning to make some money from it. […]