4 Quick Tips to Create a Habit of a Healthy Lifestyle

Julie Khaled
To all those Mama’s out there who realize since they’ve been pregnant, the first thing to push lower on your priority list is yourself, I encourage you to keep reading. My friend Bethany is an inspiration to all women. Not only is she a running coach, but also a mother of FOUR! She has an […]

Potty Training

Julie Khaled
Since June is Potty Training Awareness month, we have decided to compile a list of tips and tricks. When is the right time to start with potty training? Pull-Ups posted an article with 6 signs your toddler is ready to start potty training. Take a look: This article we found on Pinterest has 15 genius […]

Here’s your reminder to get in the suit, mama

Sarah Komers
I can honestly say I don’t have a single memory of my mother in a bathing suit. I’m not sure if it’s because she tried to stay out of the sun or if it’s her illness that kept her from it…or maybe it was her body. Whatever the reason was, I never saw her in one […]

Why Should Kids Do Yoga?

Julie Khaled
From babies to big kids, yoga has so many amazing overall health benefits. Aside from getting the body up and moving, there are several other advantages to introducing yoga at a young age.  “Yoga is not a religion, it is a way of life and encourages self-awareness, mindful breathing, balance and coordination.” Yaiza Magdalena wrote […]

Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff

Julie Khaled
I came across this amazing post the other day on Babble. It is written so beautifully and be sure to have a tissue ready…reading this Mama’s story made me cry! Original post written by Heather Duckworth, of Love, Faith and Chaos. The other night I was scrubbing up some slime that my daughter had let ooze […]

Why are Dads important?

Julie Khaled
As I grow older, I realize that many holidays have very somber connotations for people. Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Father’s Day…it makes me so sad hearing that someone just wishes away the holidays. Now, as a newly-married woman (June 3, 2017) and not yet a parent, I find it hard to relate to some things. However, […]