Exploring Food with Your Kids

The following post is from Shaina of Food for My Family and Olmanson Photography: Editor’s note: There are a lot of great posts in the archives here at Life Your Way that don’t get much attention anymore, so I’m sharing a couple of my favorites each week. As the mother of several "picky" children, I…

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Book Inspired Popsicle Stick Puppets
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Book Inspired Popsicle Stick Puppets

The following post is from Kristina of Toddler Approved: We love reading books and have fun creating book-inspired activities and crafts. One of our favorite ways to make books come alive is by making puppets. Puppets are fun to create and a fabulous way to help kids practice retelling stories and learning about sequencing and…

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4 Ways to Display Children’s Artwork

The following post is from Lindsey M. Roberts, a design & décor writer: Fresh flowers and verdant plants give a home life, but so does children's art with all of its beautiful, perfect imperfections. But we all know how much artwork kids bring home from school, camp, and friends' homes; not to mention the artwork…

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Fisher-Price iXL 6-in-1 Learning System $33.95

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7 Ways to Love Your Husband and Make Your Kids Feel Secure

The following post is from Jennifer, a lifelong educator: Did you ever hear your parents fight when you were growing up?  Most of us did at some point.  It didn’t happen often at my house, but an exchange of angry words sent me running to my room.  I couldn’t define all of the emotions back…

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How to Make Coasters Out of Felted Sweaters

The following post is from Micaela of Mindful Momma: Valentine's Day may be right around the corner, but there's still time to whip up a quick gift for your sweetie. These simple felted coasters are made from re-purposed sweaters that have been shrunk in the wash, giving them new life as felted wool. Better yet,…

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Children’s Miracle Network Tissue Box Design Contest {And What CMN Means to Our Family}

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of White Cloud for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. Four years ago, our family walked through a truly terrifying experience. Just a few days before Christmas, our third daughter -- who was 15 months old at the time -- began to develop unexplainable bruises…

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How to Help Your Child Get Through the Pain

The following post is from Jennifer, a lifelong educator: I was so sick last week that I thought I had pneumonia.  When an x-ray ruled it out, the doctor sent me to the lab for an influenza nasal swab.  Thinking the test would be a quick touch with a Q-tip, I dozed in the chair…

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7 Ways to Include Your Children in Holiday Decorating

The following post is from Lisa of The Pennington Point: I'm the first to admit I can be a little obsessive about my decorating.  I like my home to be inviting and tidy, but I do have kids and I want them to feel invited too!  My home should reflect everyone that lives here.  So…

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10 Ways to Keep Your Kids Connected to Their Grandparents

The following post is from Jennifer, a lifelong educator: Whether your parents and in-laws are close or far, grandparents can be an important part of your kids’ lives.  Understanding that every family has its quirks, I think that most of us agree, we want our children to have a good relationship with our parents if…

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