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03 Nov 2015

An Easy Thanksgiving Centerpiece that You Can Make with the Kids

  Thanksgiving is fast approaching; and if it’s your turn to host the holiday festivities this year, you may be hard-pressed to find a few easy, unique, and creative ways to decorate your home. Don’t make it more complicated than it has to be. Your decorating answer could be right

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23 Jun 2015

4 Fun, Cheap, and Easy Ways to Keep your Kids Cool this Summer [Activities Featured on AMHQ with Sam Champion!]

We’re officially in the summer season. You’ve probably heard the words “I’m bored” more than you care to. It’s too hot to just let your little boogers run around outside, and the few activities that you do have will probably only hold their short little attention spans for only a few

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13 Oct 2014

Here’s What Happens When You Combine Disney Junior and Scarecrows in the Garden

  I have a set of 3-year-old boy/girl twins. Outside of the obvious benefit to this – like the fact that they have a built in playmate in one another – I’ve also found that coming up with Halloween costume ideas for the two of them can be ridiculously fun.

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01 Oct 2014

Want Home “Cooked” Meals from your Kids? Target’s Toy Emporium Can Help You Get Them!

  My 3-year-old twins have a bit of a double blow when it comes to their birthday. Not only do they have to deal with having to share their special day with one another, but their birthday also falls at the beginning of December. Their dad and I are left

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11 Jul 2014

63 Restaurants Where Your Kid Can Eat for FREE (or Almost Free) [Infographic]

  We’re a family that’s on a budget; so I’m sure you can imagine that when we are able to scrape a few coins together to go out and enjoy a meal together as a family that I definitely want to get my money’s worth. With that being said, I

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09 Dec 2013

From Diapers to Pull-Ups® – Potty Training Truths and Truisms from a Stay-at-home Mom

[box type=”bio”] This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Pull-Ups® Training Pants.[/box]   It’s often times baffling, occasionally disheartening, and disproportionately disgusting – It’s potty training, and it’s a plight that every parent has to go through. My personal potty training story isn’t full of shiny

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22 Nov 2013

Uncommon Goods Is THE Place You Should Shop for the Kids this Holiday Season – Here’s Why

  I’ve been a fan of the unique gift site for years. Not just a watch-from-a-distance-and-wave-on-occasion fan. I’m a shout-from-the-rooftops-I-love-those-guys sort of fan. I’ve mentioned them and a few of their unique and brilliantly quirky gifts quite a few times here on We Got Kidz. What makes Uncommon Goods

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02 Oct 2013

How to Survive Halloween Without Traumatizing Your Preschooler [Bonus printable included!]

  It’s October y’all! Whether you like it or not, Halloween is fast approaching. From spooky signs in retail establishments to scary movies on every channel; Halloween is unavoidable this time of year. Now, all of this may be great for you guys who enjoy the sweet feeling of adrenaline

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14 Aug 2013

How to Take Your Preschooler to the Movies & Have an Enjoyable Experience for All: Tip 1: See Smurfs 2 and Take Haribo Smurfs Gummies!

  [box] I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Haribo. I received product samples, and a promotional item as a thank you for participating.[/box] y twin almost 3-year-olds had an experience a couple of weeks ago that seems to have changed their lives forever. They

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06 Aug 2013

The Pros and Cons of Preschool for Kids

  here is a lot of debate over the pros and cons of preschool for kids. Should you send your child to preschool or keep him or her at home until kindergarten? Although more and more parents have been choosing to send their children to preschool, many want to give

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18 Jul 2013

6 Tips for Ditching the Crib and Moving to a ‘Big-Kid’ Bed

As much as you love your children, they can’t remain babies forever. Each milestone represents a bittersweet mix of pride at your children’s accomplishments and sadness that your baby is growing up. Whether your child has outgrown the crib physically, emotionally or both, he or she will ultimately need to

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