Family And Kids

Our families are often the most important thing in our lives. And other days we simply hope we can keep from strangling them. ;-) From setting boundaries to respect your “working time” to fun ways to occupy your kids so that you can get some work done – our goal is to help you learn from our experiences. Have an non supportive spouse or family member? Need to figure out how to occupy your toddler during your calls? Want to find some low cost ideas for your anniversary while your budget is tight? You’ll find that and more in the posts below.

Best Kids’ Movies Through the Decades

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At the end of a long week filled with juggling work, Momhood, housework, and life in general, all I want to do is just relax. So, Friday night is our designated family movie night (if there’s no soccer game, Boy Scout meeting, birthday party or something else going on.)  To me, there’s nothing more relaxing […]

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A Work-At-Home Mom’s Guide to Hosting a Personalized Kids’ Party

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A Work-At-Home Mom’s Guide to Hosting a Personalized Kids’ Party

Celebrating your child’s many milestones can be exciting—and exhausting! Constantly trying to come up with creative ideas that your child and their friends will love isn’t always easy. Need some inspiration? Check out these creative ways to personalize your child’s party with minimal effort and expense.

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How to Spice Up Movie Nights at Home

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Being a Work at Home Parent, it’s hard to find enough hours in the day to get everything accomplished. Between clients, kids, and other family needs, the to-do list is never empty.  With all this going on simultaneously, don’t you wish you could just have a night to yourself to put business aside, relax, and […]

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Child Safety Tips for WAHM’s

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A big project is due, you need to make a phone call, or a client has come to the door; these are all scenarios that mothers who work from home deal with all the time. While your child’s safety is obviously at the top of the priority list, when you work at home, you can […]

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Playroom Projects for You and Your Child

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Multitasking is a must-have skill for any work-at-home parent, since attentions often become divided among paid projects, household chores, and the supervision of little ones. But when an assignment requires your full focus, separating yourself from the little ones can be tricky business. In order to finish your work, it’s important to have a place […]

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Must-Have Products, Aids, and Resources for WAHMs of Special Needs Kids

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If you are a work at home mom of a special needs kid, you have been charged with a special task. You have to keep your business afloat while also providing your child with the extra support and assistance that they need. Instead of getting discouraged by everything that is on your plate, keep in […]

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5 Ingredients for Teachable Moments with Kids

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You have toys — lots of toys. You probably have toys you didn’t even know you had. And for all the money spent, your kids are just as entertained by a toilet paper roll. In fact, some of the most regular household objects can become creative inspiration for a parents and caregivers to use as […]

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5 Quiet Time Activities for Your Preschooler

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We all want our kids to be active, imaginative and outgoing. Sometimes though, we just need a little quiet. I work from home 4 days a week and I need quiet many hours a day. I don’t want to stifle my kids, especially my preschooler but I need to get my work done too! So […]

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Get the Job Done with a Hardworking Playroom-Office

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Many work-at-home moms will say that time with their kids is one of the best perks of their employment arrangement. But they will also admit that time with their kids is one of the biggest obstacles in their employment arrangement. Fortunately, with some thoughtful preparations and clever design ideas, anyone can create a smart space […]

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My Secret Mom Confession: I Don’t Like Soccer

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This is the first year that any of our kids have played soccer – both Lucas(14) and Noah(13) signed up and they were excited to try something new even though they’re on separate teams since the brackets break up right between age 13 and age 14. So here we are right in the middle of […]

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