Happy Friday everyone! We have a fun episode today because we are discussing our favorite Disney movies. We also have fun with a Disney quiz and a discussion over some more odd or controversial animated films by Disney. We hope you enjoy this fun episode.
*Disclaimer: All images, sounds, movie lines, etc. belongs to the Walt Disney Company and we do not own any rights to them. We are really big Disney fans!
In this week’s episode, we are tackling that sticky subject of finances, especially once you start having children. We offer our own personal struggles and frustrations as well as tips on your finances when considering starting a family, expanding your family, or even maintaining a household budget. Hopefully this episode will give you some helpful tips and well as encourage you (and us) to be more mindful with your money for the future.
This week we decided to discuss how we as moms keep our kids physically active and how to motivate them to stay physically active. We offer our own experiences as kids and how we are currently motivating and continue to motivate our kids. In this digital world, this is a challenging time for parents to keep their kids interested in activities but also moving them away from the screens and outside. We hope we offer some great tips to you and a few laughs as well.
Hello listeners. We had a wonderful listeners reach out to us to provide more information on traveling with children. Here is an article from Katja Kukovic at WorldWide Boat, 15 tips for stress-free family travel.
We’re posting a fun and engaging crossword puzzle from Education.com that you can work on with your children. Education.com offers a variety of themes and templates to create different worksheets for specific needs. Some types of worksheets include:
Word search with images
Matching words to images
Sail away to learn about figurative language with this crossword puzzle worksheet. Visit Education.com for more language arts activities!
This week we have a fun and informative episode all about apps that are helpful to moms. Having a hard time keeping schedule, too much artwork laying around the house, or maybe a new mom trying to figure out a feeding and diapering schedule, these apps might be helpful towards you and your family. We get a little excited with all the apps we discuss. So, fire up your laptop, tablet, or phone and get to downloading!
Today, we continue our discussion on discipline for children. In this second part, we discuss corporal punishment and positive reinforcement techniques. We also discuss the ups and downs of raising a strong-willed child and how discipline and punishment are a little for those children.