I participated in this program on behalf of The Fred Rogers Company and The Motherhood. All opinions are my own. A few months ago I was scoping out new kids’ shows on Netflix, and I stumbled upon a show that immediately intrigued me: Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood. I had never heard of it, and even though […]
Archives for October 2013
If your children are suffering from mysterious health and skin issues, food allergies could be at the bottom of it! Here’s how one mom found out why her child was constantly sick! This post is part of the Dear Mom Letters series. Dear Mom Whose Child is Constantly Sick, Have you ever considered: Are food […]
This post is a sponsored by Redmond Trading Company. I use and LOVE many of Redmond’s products–including their Earthpaste–on a daily basis. I am happy to share how using Earthpaste is one way to maintain good dental health during the holidays. I’ve never had a cavity. I can’t really give myself credit for this, however. […]
Do you feel like you’re failing as a mom because your child is constantly sick? Give yourself some grace; it may not be your fault. This post is part of the Dear Mom Letters series. Dear Mom Whose Child is Constantly Sick, Last night was tough. My newly-turned 3 year old has a tummy bug. […]
Aldi is a discount grocery store that offers great prices on real, whole foods! Here are my top 5 whole foods to buy from Aldi. This post is not sponsored by Aldi. Elsie and Erin both just genuinely love saving money on whole foods at Aldi–and want to share the love. By Elsie, Contributing Writer […]
Teaching your children about edible bugs can be fun!
Overwhelmed with your child’s food allergy diagnosis? These 7 tips will help! This post is part of the Dear Mom Letters series. Last week I wrote a letter to moms of kids with food allergies. Among my family of 5, we deal with gluten, dairy, egg and tree nut allergies. I feel your pain, Mama. […]
Does your child have food allergies? Are you ever fearful or frustrated because of your child’s food sensitivities? This letter is for you! This post is part of the Dear Mom Letters series. Dear Mom of a Child with Food Allergies, It happened again tonight: a church leader asked if my daughter could eat pizza […]
I remember feeling bad because we couldn’t afford organic food, and I wanted to feed my children healthy food. Guess what?! I learned that you CAN feed your family well on a tight budget—organic or not! This post is part of the Dear Mom Letters series. Read part one of this post, “Dear Mom Who Can’t Afford […]
No matter how you look at it, some people simply cannot afford organic food. If you’re one of those moms who simply doesn’t have the grocery budget to afford organic food, know that you are not alone! This letter is for you. This post is part of the Dear Mom Letters series. Dear Mom Who […]
Dogs are natural healers. Their simple companionship and physical touch can be far more potent than any drug.Mars Petcare will donate $1 to PEDIGREE® Foundation to help local shelters throughout the United States when any PEDIGREE® Brand products or TEMPTATIONS® Brand products are purchased at Dollar General during the month of October!
Does your child have an impairment or disability? This is a heartfelt letter to the mama whose baby wasn’t born “healthy”! This post is part of the Dear Mom Letters series. Dear Mom Whose Baby Wasn’t Born Healthy, First of all, I do not know how you feel. My three children were all born “healthy.” […]
Meat, Dairy, Produce and Coffee are four kitchen staples I always like to keep on hand…and they are all part of the Kroger® Private Selection® brand!
Do you have a baby in Heaven via miscarriage or stillbirth? I hope this post ministers to you. This post is part of the Dear Mom Letters series. Dear Mom whose baby was born into Heaven (via miscarriage or stillbirth), First of all, I want you to know: You are a mother. Do not let […]
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of the National Mango Board via TheMotherhood.com. All opinions are 100% mine. Mangoes have been one of my favorite fruits for a long time now. I didn’t really eat them growing up, but when I discovered them while living in Costa Rica 10 years ago, […]