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Welcome Spring!
 

Some people are still getting blasted with snow and we’ve seen more rain than sun in months, but when March arrives, no matter the current weather, we know that Spring is around the corner! If you have older children, they are probably itching to get outside (and will soon enough be itching because of bugs)! They can feel the fresh air and sunshine calling their minds and bodies. After months of being cooped up inside, they are ready to embrace the outdoors and longer days ahead. So out the door...





How to Potty Train: Two Different Techniques
 

Potty training doesn't have to be a chore with these two great techniques from our blog moms. They'll teach you to look for signs of readiness and willingness from your little one and will prepare you to offer them a solution that feels comfortable for everyone!




toddler on stairs
 

The scary "terrible twos" are something we're all warned about as soon as we have children, especially by friends who are going through the rough patch. However, there are ways to smile through the tantrums. Here are our suggestions on how to keep your cool and enjoy this wonderful stage!




Child sitting on Santa's lap
 

With Christmas just days away, if you’re not done shopping, it’s time to get busy! Here's some holiday toy must-haves for the last minute shoppers.




Sensory bins side by side one has numbers in it
 

Making learning fun isn't always easy to do, but sensory bins have really taken off in this department. Here we discuss how to hide numbers and what to do with them after your child has found them!




Hands with a furry caterpillar on it
 

Encouraging play with nature can help your child to understand their surroundings; bug hunts can help them experience the word of bugs up close (with supervision) and to discover the differences all around them.