Tips For Surviving Your Kid’s First Year Of Driving

surviving your kid's first year of driving

      Learning to drive is a key milestone in a child’s life.  Thanks to the demands of the modern world, it’s up there with learning how to walk and talk.  But unlike those early activities, the stakes are much higher.  Simply because of the inherent danger of driving around a 4000-pound piece of metal.  As a result, … [Continue]

3 Tips To Packing A House With Kids

packing a house wth kids

Having kids running around under your feet is trying at times.   But when you are trying to pack up your house for a move, stress can becomes a big problem!  First, set a date for the move.  This will give you a clear and concise idea of how much time you have to plan.  So, go ahead and plan for your move.  Additionally, this gives you time to plan … [Continue]

18 Easter Books for Kids

easter books for kids

    Easter will be arriving soon.  We have put together a list of Easter Books for Kids to support National Reading Month.  Our books are appropriate for various ages and are a great way to get kids excited about the Easter Bunny, dying eggs, bunnies, Easter Bonnets and more. Here our list of Easter Books for Kids: God … [Continue]

Sunday’s Best Linkup – #114

Sunday's Best

Welcome to Week 114 of Mother 2 Mother’s Sunday’s Best Linkup.  We’re continuing our Pot of Gold theme. We’re looking for crafts, recipes, party ideas, cocktails, and recipes for baked goods and more. We also welcome other recipes, crafts, DIY, home makeover, gardening tips, SEO & blogging information, sewing projects, patio and deck … [Continue]

Kindergarten Activities: The Fairy Pack

kindergarten activities

      Do you have a preschooler or kindergartener who loves fairies?  We have a fun kindergarten activities pack.  Your little girl will love it, I'm sure.  Our fairy pack includes a cutting page and count the butterflies. We also have a fairy land mushrooms addition page.  Other pages include:  follow the pixie dust, a … [Continue]

Sunday’s Best Linkup – #113

Sunday's Best

    Welcome to Week 113 of Mother 2 Mother’s Sunday’s Best Linkup.  We’re continuing our Pot of Gold theme. We’re looking for crafts, recipes, party ideas, cocktails, and recipes for baked goods and more. We also welcome other recipes, crafts, DIY, home makeover, gardening tips, SEO & blogging information, sewing … [Continue]

Creating a Family Garden When You Have Little Space

gardening ideas

  When you have a family, the garden is often one of the most important areas of the property.  After all, it offers a fantastic place for outdoor dining.  Furthermore, it offers a place for the kids to play.  You don’t have to worry about your humble abode getting messy when they're outside.  However, as much as we would love acres of … [Continue]

21 Books for African American Boys

books for African American boys

  We would like to share our roundup of books for African American boys.  Most importantly, I'm excited and honored to tell readers that I will be incorporating more products and posts for African American children.  Reading is so important to all of our children's education.  It has been proven that that children learn when they can … [Continue]

How To Pick The Perfect Tree For Tree Houses

tree houses

  Building a treehouse is great fun and a great experience for families. However, it’s important to realize that not every tree is perfect or suitable for a treehouse.  Furthermore, if you have plenty of trees to work with in your backyard but you’re unsure of which tree to use, this expert guide will give you the top helpful … [Continue]

Kids Party Ideas: Chuck E Cheese Party

kids birthday party ideas

Looking for kids party ideas?  Look no further, call your local Chuck E Cheese?  First, Look at this face.  I was sorting through pictures for my scrapbooks and I came across these pictures from one of Xavier's parties.  I thought I would share a few from our Chuck E Cheese party.  The kids had a great time and so did the parents.  As a matter of … [Continue]