Archive for July, 2018

Our Favorite Funny Parenting Quotes

Wednesday, July 25th, 2018

Funny Parenting Quotes

“Yes, you have to wear underwear.”

“Can somebody please get the underwear away from the dog!?”

“Please don’t use the same piece of toilet paper to wipe then blow your nose.”

“The floor vent is NOT a toilet.”

“Is that marker on your face or are you bleeding?”

So, that’s my week.

Needless to say, I’m looking for a little parenting inspiration.

Here, we’ve compiled some of our favorite funny parenting quotes that remind us that, if nothing else, we’re all in this together. (more…)

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5 Reasons This Book is the Best Baby Gift

Wednesday, July 18th, 2018

Best Baby Gift

Welcoming a baby into the world is a magical and life-altering experience.

An epic adventure like this calls for a gift in equal measure. We’ve heard countless times why gifting our personalized children’s book, Following Featherbottom, to new parents is the best baby gift. (more…)

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How to Start a Summer Book Club for Kids

Wednesday, July 11th, 2018

summer book club for kids

Are you looking for a fun way to incorporate reading in to your family’s schedule over the break? How about starting a summer book club for kids?

It’s the perfect way to combine the excitement of a playdate with learning, avoiding the academic “summer slide” that happens when kids don’t read over break.

Excited to Read

Katie Keber, a teacher and mom of 4, has organized a summer book club for her crew and their friends for the past five years.

“I think what the kids love the most is an opportunity to get together with friends,” says Keber.” “Every spring my kids start asking me about summer book club and begin brainstorming books and activities they want to incorporate.

“It is awesome to see them so excited about reading!” (more…)

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When Your Child Has a Holiday Birthday

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2018

Holiday Birthday

Birthdays. Kids look forward to them with gusto. If your kids are anything like mine, they start planning their next birthday party literally the day after celebrating their birthday!

When our son was born on the Fourth of July, I was thrilled to welcome little “Lincoln” into our family. I also wondered how to handle celebrating his future holiday birthday.

Holidays are important in their own right. Kids look forward to them and many family traditions occur around these special days.

Then how do you make your child’s holiday birthday special? (more…)

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