Interview with Miranda Mittleman, Author of PAWS and THINK!® Be Thankful For What You Have

Continuing with our interview series, we had the good fortune of speaking with author Miranda Mittleman, who is a three-time Mom’s Choice Award-Winning writer for her PAWS and THINK!® series. Not only that, but Miranda still finds time to write poetry, run, do karate (she’s a black belt!) and spend time with her awesome husband, Michael, and their adorable dog Weaver.  Read More

10 Screen-Free Activities with Kids

Not sure what to do? It’s okay! You have so many things on your mind that getting creative can be hard. We’ll suggest 10 ideas for screen-free activities that you can easily try with your kids. Read More

Stay-At-Home Mom’s Post About Her Household Duties Absolutely Nails It

There just isn’t enough energy, or time, in one day. Whereas I have heard plenty of horrible stories about spouses who become angry at their wives for not having dinner on the table every night or the house spotless after a day of being with the kids, I depend on my husband. I need, we need, his support to keep this ship running smoothly– and that is proper. Read More

Prepare Your Family for Emergencies

Making a child feel safe is one of the most important factors in a child’s development and as parents it is our job to provide that environment. So, when it comes to disasters and emergencies, we’ve compiled a few of our award-winning books to help teach your children about emergency preparedness and natural disasters in a way that they understand. Read More

How to Set TV and Media Rules in Your House

As busy parents living in our media-savvy world, it can be difficult to place such limits on your family’s TV time. Here are some ideas we hope will help you determine the right amount of media usage for your family. Read More

Viral Video Showing Children Making Friends Reminds Us How It’s Done

Children have no tact when it comes to engaging people they’re interested in. If they want to know why you’re sitting alone, how much money you make, or any number of super personal questions their little minds can come up with, they’re just going to ask. No apologies. That’s what makes this video so pure. Read More