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Choosing Environmentally Sustainable Household Paper Products

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I like to refer to myself as “50% crunchy.” Basically what that means to me is that I will scour the aisles of my local market, investigating the labels of body wash soap to make sure it doesn’t have palm oil listed as an ingredient (because, #monkeys) but then I’ll drop and grab some [...]

Taking the pledge to play + a Green Toys giveaway!

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As you may, or may not know, my family recently decided to take a step back and move back to Michigan, where the towns are small and everything is slower. With that, I feel as if I’ve had a sort of revelation with my parenting. One of the biggest changes has been the fact [...]

Nurturing open discussions (part 2)

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I got some awesome feedback from my past post on how I nurture open discussions with my preschooler about “tough” topics. I am partnering with Good To Know Colorado yet again, because Spring break is coming up for schools nationwide and having an open and honest conversation is one of the most effective ways to [...]

How to have real conversations with your preschooler about tough issues.

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Disclaimer: This post tackles some heavy subjects that you may or may not agree with politically, religiously, or socially. The purpose is not to pass judgment, but to simply open up the channels of communication with your child to spur a rational discussion. This post is sponsored by #GoodToKnow, but the opinions are all my [...]

Sharing is Caring (especially in SeptemBEAR)

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Lately my children have been going through a super amazing phase. And I say that with 100% sarcastic undertones.

Sibling fighting.

I’m here to tell you that it’s real, and it’s real painful. It typically stems from one of the kids wanting the toy the other is holding, and they [...]