Tag: parenting

Autism: Wonderful Humans, Wired Differently

Our teenage son still enjoys watching Peppa Pig. He still jumps up from the breakfast table to watch the garbage truck. He sometimes watches...

When Your Friends Don’t Have Kids…

"When you have a baby, your friendships change with those who are childless. You need and deserve to form friendships with others who are in the same boat as you are—tired, cranky, and ready for bed at 8pm—but who wouldn’t change anything about their new life for a second!"

To The Mom Who Feels Invisible

To the mom who feels invisible, remember you are their mother and you are more valuable and visible than you will ever know.

Back-to-School Printables for Parents and Kids {VIA ETSY INSTANT DOWNLOAD}

We're getting back-to-school ready and are sharing some of our favorite kid-friendly tools that make getting into the swing of a new school year...

Top Ten Lessons a Parent Learns When Their Child Starts Kindergarten

You felt like the day would never come, and as cliche as it is, you blinked and it was here. Your child just started kindergarten. Hello milestone moment! While you knew the beginning of elementary school would bring a plethora of learning moments for your children, you find yourself surprised at the lessons you, as a parent, are learning these first few weeks.

Father’s Day Deserves Love, Too!

Mother’s Day gets all the glory. Flowers. Brunches. Breakfast in bed. Hey… I’m not knocking it – I’m a mom, too! But what about...

Helping Kids Manage Anxiety:: Just Add Sprinkles Episode 97

Are you parenting a child with anxiety? Join City Mom Collective CEO, Stephanie Flies and guest expert Sissy Goff, M.Ed., LPC-MHSP, Counselor, Speaker, and Author for this conversation where they discuss the topic of anxiety and kids and offer practical tools for moms.

The Gift of Milk

Some women just are not able to nurse their children for one reason or another, but still want to provide their baby with breast milk. That is where milk donors come in!

We Can Do This: Facts for Parents on COVID-19 Vaccines

“Mom, when is COVID going to be over?” my disappointed six-year-old cried into my shoulder after I broke the news that we wouldn’t be...

Affordable Sports Goggles and Glasses for Every Kid

Does your child wear glasses and play sports? Often, the two don’t mix. Glasses aren’t terribly helpful in a pool, right? But not wearing glasses puts...