Switching from one time use items to reusable items could potentially shorten your week to week shopping list, save the environment by creating less trash, and save you money.
Having a few good board games on rotation is a great idea whether your kids are toddlers or teens. Too cold to spend much time outside? Kids home sick? Need to enforce a screen time break? Board games are a solution to all of these.
We’re sharing six of our favorite toys that allow kids to move indoors, still get their wiggles out, and don’t break the bank or drive us too crazy.
We love to see our kids get creative, make art, play, and proudly show us their masterpiece. What we don’t love so much? The mess. So when we stumbled across a post about Less Mess Arts & Crafts for Kids from Home with the Harrisons (a lifestyle and parenting blog from Lindsey Harrison of New Canaan & Darien Moms) we *had* to share.
Need a new show to binge-watch? From Netflix, to Hulu, to HBO and now even Apple TV, Westport Moms has rounded up some shows you’ll be sure to love!
Winter is here and we are celebrating with our favorite picture books showcasing the magic of snow-filled days!
The pandemic hasn’t been great all around for our health—so many of us are dealing with issues from increased stress to weight gain. But did you know that doctors are also seeing a spike in foot injuries and other conditions?
Take the pressure off and use the EASY button when it comes to Elf on the Shelf this holiday season!
Have you started (or finished?!) your holiday gift shopping for your kids? Recently, Layla Lisiewski, co-founder and CEO of The Local Moms Network, appeared on CNBC to discuss how supply chain issues were adding another layer of holiday stress for parents this season.
Gift Ideas for Moms from The Local Moms Network Wishlist!
We’d like to suggest we collectively stop using the term “Super Mom”. Every time we hear it we cringe a little, and we’re pretty certain whoever coined it hadn’t experienced the miraculous storm of motherhood.
Moms who leave their jobs to be with their kids have always been faced with a challenge, if and when they decide to go back to work. And in the last two years, the pandemic has forced more moms than ever before to leave their jobs to prioritize their families.
Every year the idea of “experiences instead of things” comes up either between colleagues at work or other friends with kids. Any parent that is interested in adding experiences to their Christmas list for the kids or family this year should definitely start with this list. Take a look at the ideas we came up with. Use them or tweak them to make them your own.
Expert advice to get your best rest!
It’s the season of ghosts and goblins and we are thrilled to share our list of brand-new picture books along with some timeless favorites that are perfect for getting children excited for Halloween! We hope you enjoy these spooktacular booooks as much as we do!
Looking for some candy-free options for Halloween this year? From savory eats to fun toys, here is a shortlist to start with. Find them all on Amazon Prime.
A list of our favorite places that are tried and true easy places and activities to take a little one.
As we head into Fall, many of us are signing our kids up for Fall sports—and reminiscing about our own childhood sports careers. What we should be doing? Signing ourselves up, too. Experts say sports aren’t just for kids, and moms especially should stay in the game to have a happier, healthier life.
The days may feel endless, but the years are not. Take some time every week to teach them something they’ll need to know when you’re not there. There may even be a few things on this list you can learn together.
To help get your children excited about reading over the summer, the “Library Mom” put together a list of books for children entering kindergarten through third grade with tons of kid appeal.