Enter the Cutest Baby Contest by January 31, 2020 for FREE
Does your baby have what it takes to win the My Four and More 2020 Cutest Baby Contest? If you have a baby that does not turn a year old prior to February 1st, make sure you sign them up today! We have a great prize pack for 1st place, 2nd place, and 3rd place winners with the total amount of prizes equaling $798! The winners will be chosen by the readers. So, all you have to do is share and ask your friends and family to vote for your baby! Whoever has the most votes, wins! Continue reading
The Joovy Boot Providing an Extra Hand
Moms constantly have their hands full! Ok, that is an understantement. Maybe I should say, moms always have their hands overflowing with everyone else’s “stuff”. I can’t tell you the number of times that I have gone to a park with just the diaper bag in hand but by the time we were walking back to the car, I had a basketball, a couple jackets, and several empty drink bottles (all while trying to herd the kids back to the van). Been there or maybe you are STILL there? The Joovy Boot is going to make life so much simpler.
Joovy Boot Giving Me a Hand! Continue reading
Teaching Science to “Non-Science” Students & Using an Appropriate Homeschool Science Curriculum
One of the things that many families enjoy about homeschooling is the flexibility it offers. Not only does it offer it with schedule, but also in the curriculum taught. There are many very gifted and passionate students who have been homeschooled. The classic “one size fits all” model often presented in public education just doesn’t fit. Many times a child while excelling in one area of studies may struggle with another. Maybe your child is not interested in science but you want them to, educate yourself about the right homeschool science curriculum! Finding the right homeschool science curriculum can make or break your child’s interest in topics that they might not naturally be interested in.
This post is sponsored by College Prep Science. Copyright 2020 by Greg Landry Continue reading
A baby’s first Christmas can be one of the sweetest memories. Even though they are sweet memories for the parent, the baby sure won’t remember his or her very first Christmas. That is why buying a bunch of toys isn’t necessary. Instead of buying a bunch of “stuff”, consider buying useful items that your baby will need in the upcoming year.
What to Do on Sick Days
It can be a challenge to find activities for your little ones while they are sick. Many children are used to running around, playing outside and enjoying the many physical activities of youth. Sick days curtails most of these. There are fun things you can do to help distract your child and entertain them while they are getting better. The following are the best activities for kids to do when they are sick.