It’s January. And if it’s anything like last January, it will last for half the year. Especially if you live in cold climates, it’s extremely difficult to keep toddlers entertained all winter. They are too young to go to school, yet old enough to ransack the entire house in a day.
Each Christmas my mother wrapped 25 picture books and placed them under the tree. Starting on Dec. 1st, we would unwrap one each night and my mother would read it to us. A few of you asked for some recommendations on some children Christmas books. So, I'm going to share my top 10 books that we read growing up.
Traveling with toddlers Vacation: an extended period of leisure and recreation, especially one spent away from home Anyone else experience the opposite of this when they travel with toddlers? Even though I only have one child, I find traveling MUCH more difficult to plan and enjoy with a baby in tow. The main reason is lack of sleep. My first trip to a cabin with my baby resulted in 2-4 hrs of sleep per night—MAXIMUM. I even know some moms who say traveling is completely out of the question until their babies grow up. While vacation is no longer a time...