Toddler Life

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Return Of The Elf

Tis’ the season of Chip.  He’s our family’s Elf and he does anything but stay on a shelf.  It’s nice to have him around so that I can mention, ‘Chip is watching…’ in any unfavorable situation, and somehow smiles and proper behavior roll-out instantaneously.  And although I rather enjoy Chip when he’s here visiting (mainly […]

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Family Events in Austin in December

Happy Holidays, beautiful friends! This season truly is filled with joy and activities to fill your every need!  Find some fun family events to do for everyone here. Want more? Don't forget to also check out our Holiday Guide for a breakdown of all the holiday cheer. If we've missed any, feel free to submit them to [...]
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terrible twos

Stop Calling it The Terrible Twos

Toddlerhood is tough, there’s no question about it. Our children are finally able to verbalize what they want and need, they’re able to get around and explore. As parents, we are figuring out how to manage the new independence our toddlers have found while setting limits and boundaries.  Two-year-olds get a bad rap. They didn’t […]

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halloween sugar

Holidays…Sugar, Sugar, Sugar. Why So Much Sugar?

As a mom of two young girls, ages three and one (and having been diagnosed with breast cancer five months ago), I have become hyperaware of sugar. We all know it is not good for our health (despite its sneaky deliciousness). There are plenty of documentaries, articles, books, podcasts and blogs to back up that […]

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