parenting

Tips for Designing a Holiday Season You Love

plan christmas kwanzaa new year with joy not stressRead more

It’s a season of lights, joy, and coziness. It is beautiful, and for many it is also stressful. This post is to help you alleviate some of the pressure of the season, and offer ideas for designing a holiday season that brings you joy.  To help you think about what you like, I broke the […]

Continue Reading


Red Carpet Kids and More, #MomofGirls News for Week of 2/23

joys what happens marianne williamsonRead more

When you’re in TWO Oscar-nominated movies, that’s a big deal. Now add to that being 10 years old. Meet Saniyya Sidney, the child actress that was in Fences and Hidden Figures! Embed from Getty Images Don’t you just love her red carpet look? Read more about Saniyya and other children from this year’s Academy Awards in this great article from The […]

Continue Reading

New Baby Checklist, Mom Edition

babychecklistessentialsnewmomsRead more

Must-Haves For First Months of Motherhood There are so many baby checklists out there, it can be overwhelming figuring out what you really need versus what’s a “nice-to have.” Here are five things I used regularly during the first months of my princesses, that I really couldn’t live without. Hence this being the mom edition, :-). Receiving blankets. […]

Continue Reading

Summer Programs at Fortune 100 Companies

summercampkidscorporationbusinessesRead more

Summer camp programs for high school and middle school students are typically hosted at schools, campgrounds, etc. Did you know some Fortune 100 companies host students at their offices during the summer? Yes, students don’t have to wait for a college internship to experience life in Corporate America. Here are a few options. Apple Engineering […]

Continue Reading

Giving Kids Free Time

Importance of free time for kidsRead more

Today I was browsing through my phone photos and found these shots of my daughter. They made me smile for a couple of reasons. First, I didn’t take these photos, her older sister did. We were home one Sunday and they decided to do a photo shoot. And instead of using our camera they wanted […]

Continue Reading

Five Ways to Volunteer with your Daughter

ways to volunteer with kidsRead more

When my girls were younger we made shopping for toys to donate a holiday tradition. Now that they’re a little older, I’m brainstorming ways to up their volunteerism/charitable giving. But here’s my struggle. I want them to understand the importance of giving, but I don’t want them to feel sympathy for the people they’re helping. I want them […]

Continue Reading

Five Timeless Gifts for Girls

classictimelessgiftsforgirlsRead more

Here are five gift ideas for girls that are timeless, classic and that she will love from childhood through adulthood. Pearls can be worn at any age, especially earrings. Dainty earrings on a child will translate to classic on an adult. This is one thing I suggest buying in person.  Because the grading of pearls (AAA, […]

Continue Reading

WE SEND EMAILS TOO!