• Keep Kids Busy This Summer Stomp Rocket 3 Stunt Planes
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    Keep Kids Busy This Summer Stomp Rocket’s 3 Stunt Planes

    Stomp Rocket’s new stunt planes to the rescue. The dog days of summer are here and if your kids are like mine, getting them to play outside and enjoy these precious days before school starts is the ultimate goal. Stunt planes are the hottest new award winning outdoor toy by Stomp Rocket. Lanced in late 2017 and designed by Aeronautical engineers, stunt planes with keep kids excited while learning STEAM principals! Kids will love learning about trajectory by changing the launch angle of stunt planes. They can learn about force by stomping harder or softer. They can discover how aerodynamics work by launching stunt planes with a head wind, a…

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    I am A Non-Custodial Parent, I’m Not A Horrible Person

    I am a non-custodian parent. A non-custodial parent is a parent who does not have physical custody of his or her children. It should be noted, however, that it’s possible for a non-custodial parent to have legal custody, even though he or she does not have physical custody. This following post isn’t a “oh pity me” post, but a learning tool to share with your friends and family or just total strangers who don’t understand why you don’t have custody of your children. Now when you think non custodian parent, you think of the dad right? well, what if I told you there’s that 10% of mothers who don’t have custody of their children. Now we’re not…

  • 3 Activities to Teach Kids Kindness | Random Acts of Kindness
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    3 Activities to Teach Kids Kindness

    Every parent wants their kid to grow up to be a kind person. One great place to start is by modeling kindness is yourself. Teachers and parents can also help encourage kindness in children by doing activities that help teach the quality. If you’re a parent or teacher looking to encourage kindness in kids, the following exercises will help. 1. Stand Up If… Have children sit in a circle. Then, start by asking kids to choose a characteristic of another person. These characteristics can be as general as hair color, or as specific as a sport they play or a color they like. Then, go around the circle and have…

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    Kleenex Wet Wipes Are #MadeforDoers And Easy Cleanups

    Stop what you’re doing right now and go to your local Target or shop online and go stock up on Kleenex Wet Wipes now, you will be able to thank me later. Anyone with kids, let me go ahead and tell you – that you need to stock up on these now, you can thank me later. These wet wipes are good for any kind of cleaning that involve your skin. I have sensitive skin and it didn’t bug my skin, which is amazing! Will pack one of these for work (those of you that don’t know, I’m a chef). The Kleenex brand has built a legacy associated with care,…

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    10+ Must Have Baby Shower Gift Ideas

    Picking the perfect baby shower gift can be hard and confusing. It seems like each year, there’s always newer and better things. I know there’s a lot of stuff I wish was around back when I was having kids. My kids range from 5 to 14, so it’s be awhile since I went to a baby shower or even had a baby shower. Here are 5 awesome teething toys for under $20 you can check out as well! However, we’re throwing a baby shower for a co-worker next month, so I can’t wait to get some baby items. Here are 10+ must have baby shower gift ideas:   Is there…

  • 4 Simple Bathroom Chores For Kids Under 10 with Cottonelle CleanCare
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    4 Simple Bathroom Chores For Kids Under 10 with Cottonelle CleanCare

    No one ever seems to have time to change the toilet paper roll these days, with Cottonelle CleanCare mega rolls – it last a lot longer than before! One of the biggest struggles as a parent, let alone a single parent is getting your children to do housework and chores. Something I wish I learned sooner than later, was to start when they were young. Teaching them when they’re around the age of 3 to 4 years old. Taking out the trash It’s as simple as that, we re-use our Walmart bags from the store in the trash can in the bathroom. It’s small and easier for the kids to pickup…