Who here has started shopping for Christmas? I have. In fact, I already ordered gifts for my daughter’s classmates and currently looking for gifts for my son’s friends. While we are still over three months away from the night Jesus was born and we gather around the tree to open gifts, it is never too early … Read moreWhy It’s Never Too Early To Think About Christmas
A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down… Well, not in my son’s case. My husband and I dread the flu season because getting the Little Man to take his medicine is an emotional and physical battle. We have tried so many tricks on him, but nothing seems to work. Do you struggle to … Read moreClever Ways to Get Children to Take Medicine
Aside from work-related questions I get here, I also receive requests from parents to share advice on how to cope without a maid. The last time we had househelp was when my youngest was 3 or 4 months old. With a 2-year old and an infant around, I thought househelp is a must–even if that … Read more5 Ways I Manage Homemaking and Working Without Househelp
I know that kids will be kids and that they don’t really mean to make things extra difficult for their parents, but I really find it stressful when they get stains on their clothes. I don’t hate them for it, but I do get super stressed. This is especially true for my son who goes … Read moreAre stains stressing you out? Ariel Power Gel is to the rescue!
Have your kids started going to school? My little girl has been attending school for two years going on three this year and I know how bringing the kids to school can be a challenge especially with the rainy weather! You have to keep them from getting drenched, keep their uniforms clean from mud splashes, etc. Now … Read more5 Rainy Weather Must Haves for Stress-free School Days