Tips for Helping Your Child Succeed in School

One of the most important things we can do as parents to help our children do well academically, is to provide a healthy, safe and secure home life. When our children know that everything is in order at home, when they know that they are accepted and loved, it is a lot easier for them to […]

Only the Necessities! (Baby Items Checklist)

Excitement, anticipation and joy are some of the emotions you feel when you are expecting a baby. You wait and wait to meet your new little bundle of joy, but as your due date approaches, the responsibility of it all can be  daunting. Especially when you are trying to figure out what you need to […]

Career or Kids? Why I chose my kids over “my” life

I think I lost a friend.  I don’t know how, but I’m pretty sure she’s not my friend anymore.  And, I think she’s not my friend because I have made the decision to put my kids above my career. We all make decisions in life, some big and some small, and we make them everyday.  […]

Wonder WAHMs: 7 Reasons Why Work-at-Home Moms are Today’s Superheroes

By Hemily Lang who also writes about paralegal certification and ways to earn your social worker degree. 1. Telepathy WAHMs seem to possess the incredible ability to read the minds of others, especially when these minds belong to their own children. If a child is lying or needs something without voicing that, a WAHM seems […]

Daycare Stuff

If you’re going through what I’m going through with so much to juggle, please let me know.  Daycare solves a lot of my problems (including the primary one of what to do with my kids while I’m at work) but it creates its own to-do list.  Part of keeping up with kids at daycare is […]

How to Crock Pot

Lindsey, full-time attorney and mother of Christina (3), Rebecca (1), and Allison (4 months), can be found at High Heeled Mom, a blog focusing on issues dealing with career, motherhood, and the combination thereof. She’s glad to answer any crockpot questions you have, any time. She knows how to cook other things, but usually doesn’t. […]