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Learning to Code: Helping Moms Find Lasting Careers

Many of us women have our first child and then face the difficult decision of whether to stay at home with our little one, or keep working. However, what if there was a way we could do both, potentially making more money than before while working less hours. The good news is, there is a way, through learning to code. Today I'm sharing with you a very informative guest post by Bobby Davis, founder ...
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How to Organize a Perfect Birthday Party for Your Little Tech Lover

This generation of children has been surrounded by technology their entire lives. They don’t think the same way we used to when we were growing up. Today we're parenting in the digital age and most of their interests and the things they like to do revolve around some kind of technology. It’s only natural for your little tech lover to want to incorporate those things into his or her birthday party....
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Must Have Apps for Working Parents

Free time for working parents is like a mythical creature, it’s simply almost impossible to find and doesn’t exist in most households! Luckily today's guest post shares some of the best must have apps for working parents. Included in this article, you'll also find a neat infographic from HappyCleans. It takes you through some apps that can help make things a little bit easier for working parents l...
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How to Build Healthy Sleep Patterns for Infants & Finally Get Some Sleep

Are you a mom or dad excited about your new parent status but struggling to get baby to sleep? Are you a mom on the run, always feeling sleep deprived? Maybe this whole sleep thing's got you feeling anxious and a bit lost? You're not alone! Today's guest post shares tips on how to build healthy sleep patterns for infants. Read on to learn more! * This is guest post by Emma Kelley * How to Bu...
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Smart Home & Smart Toys: How Kids Interact with Tech Daily

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Kids living in this digital age, with smartphones, tablets, and social media, know more about technology than you or I may give them credit for. It's likely that our kids interact with technology on a daily basis, and there's even research that shows that the average kid surfs the Internet by the time he or she turns three years old. What this all means is that we, as parents, have to stay on o...
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Summer Books: Tips for Creating the Perfect Children’s Reading Corner

Reading isn't just good for the soul, it's good for your well-being too. Children who read often build stronger relationships with their parents and are much more likely to exceed academically. Not only do child readers experience less struggles in school, they also tend to possess better communications skills earlier on in life. If you want to encourage your child to read more, make the...
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Do Robot Vacuums Really Help Keep The Floors Clean?

Mind-blowing inventions are created to assist in our daily tasks. Now, Hi-tech cleaning machines like robot vacuums have crept into our homes to help.
I hope you'd agree with me when I say that technology has become a huge part of our everyday life. Mind-blowing and earth-shattering inventions are created to assist us in our daily tasks. Our homes are not left out of this trend. Now, Hi-tech cleaning machines have crept into our homes to help us with our home chores. Today's guest post will highlight one of these inventions -- the robot vacuu...
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4 High-Tech Cooking Gadgets That Will Change Your Kitchen Forever

What's the best tech gifts for a busy mom? Something – anything – to make her life a little easier. There are a lot of options to choose from, but today's guest post focuses on high-tech cooking gadgets that help mom become a wizard in the kitchen. This a guest post by Joe Hughes   4 High-Tech Cooking Gadgets That Will Change Your Kitchen Forever You've seen cleaning gadgets before, b...
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5 Things To Know Before Taking a Summer Road Trip With Kids

You’re ready to channel your inner Clark Griswold and hit the highway for an old-fashioned summer road trip with kids this summer. But before you peel out of your driveway blasting the song Holiday Road in anticipation of all the adventures you’ll find along the way, here are five things you should know about your upcoming family bonding time. * This is a guest post by Jenny Silverstone * &n...
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Blazing Sun: 5 Ways Your Family Can Beat the Summer Heat

While many people look forward to summer, the hot weather can be quite uncomfortable. If you’re in an area where temperatures rise drastically in the summer, it’s a challenge to find ways your family can beat the summer heat. It’s hard to enjoy leisure time when everyone is sweating and miserable. Aside from cranking up the air conditioner or spending all day in a shopping mall or movie theater, w...
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4 Outdoor Activities to Do with Your Family This Weekend

Weekends are when you can finally spend some quality time with your kids and spouse. Making it special is necessary if you want to have a great time with the family. Therefore, do not sit at home and watch a movie, and call that fun. That obviously doesn’t do any good to you and your family but makes you feel lazier. You need to plan some outdoor activities to do with your family!   Whether it in...
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Awesome Acceleration: 4 Ways to Reach Out to A Gifted Child

As an educator, I've often encountered gifted children. However, it wasn't until I became a parent to one that I fully understood just how challenging it can truly be to nurture a gifted child's natural abilities and particular interests. As my son grows, I'll continue to guide him the best I can so that he can reach his full potential. Still, I know they'll be times when I'll need a little guidan...
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