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Kids and Social Media | Why My Kids Still Don’t Have Social Media Accounts

To let my kids have social media accounts like Instagram, Snapchat, and Facebook? That is the question. My answer is no. Not when they’re old enough, not when they’re 16, not while they’re living in my house, unless it’s a shared family account. No. Heck to the no. Kids and social media is a tricky …

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Cozy Reading Nook Ideas for Kids

Sometimes reading comes naturally to kids. For others, it doesn’t. To help inspire reading in my own daughters, we’ve created a cozy kids reading nook together, or in other words, a fun place to take your books and read. Having them participate and choose decor for this space has made a world of difference. Here are some …

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Fire Prevention Week | How to Teach Kids Fire Safety

This is a post sponsored by the National Fire Protection Association and SparkySchoolhouse.org. There are some things that are triggers for parents, that keep them up worrying at night. For me, that’s fire prevention and fire safety. I sleep with a fire extinguisher by my bed, unplug everything I can at night, and have a …

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Make Packing School Lunches And After-School Snacks Easier With This System

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Disney. All opinions are entirely my own. The kids are back to school, and this mama is happy to have a routine again. However, one of the things I dread most about back to school is making school lunches. This family needed a system. …

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