For the parent of a toddler brushing teeth can be a labor of love. Just like most kids hate having their faces washed, they often despise brushing their teeth. And if you’ve ever spent time with a toddler, you know that they can be STUBBORN.
At 18-months old, our baby girl loves to brush her teeth and have her teeth brushed. The following are the tools and steps we took. I hope they help.
Clothing artist Devan Nichols has made a name for herself through creative designs and old-school stamping techniques. It all starts with a responsibly-made shirt. Because “Hand Stamped in Seattle”
Seeing my daughter blossom, her personality grow — her understanding of the world around her expand — fills me with so much hope and passion for the furniture.
It also fills me with immense sadness for those who lack that freedom. For the women and children who are considered property. Which is why I’m hiking with Rescue:Freedom in an effort to raise funds and awareness for an amazing non-profit on a mission to end slavery.
If you ask Sheri Salo, she’ll likely tell you we’re ‘particular’ clients. If she admits to representing at all. Lord bless her. We’re not particular. “Redfin vs. Traditional Real Estate Agents: Personalization Matters”
A kitchen helper is a wide-based stool with firm feet and guard rails that offers your child a safe and sturdy way to stand at counter level — making it a fantastic way to keep your kid engaged and entertained while you cook!
I didn’t grow up flying kites. The closest encounter of my youth was being hit by one, a moment I only remember because my mother “Family Kite Flying Adventure in Ocean Shores”
When you have a baby, it’s easy for your world to shrink. I get it. I’ve been there. I still am. But it doesn’t have to. It’s possible to take a day trip with a baby — and have fun doing it!
Is traveling with a baby easy? No. Anyone who tells you otherwise is bonkers. This is especially true if you were used to taking spontaneous trips pre-baby. Gone are the days of slipping on your shoes, grabbing your keys, and hitting the road.
In the last few months, I’ve traveled a lot. Just not in the way I expected.
I’ve gone miles upon miles over dirt paths and gravel roads. With my 26-pound (and growing) 10-month-old, I’ve stomped through mud puddles and creeks. We’ve clamored over fallen trees, spent many an afternoon crawling through the grass, and often enjoyed physically distant visits with the neighbors.
Wish you regularly had better photos of yourself? I feel you.
Flattering photos make you more confident. And if you’re using them for business — they increase your reach and improve your brand.