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Preschool Playbook

http://www.preschoolplaybook.com/

Since the key to maintaining preschoolers is to keep them busy with activities, the blogger behind Preschool Playbook shares her many craft and art ideas. She also invites other preschool teachers and parents to share their own educational project ideas.

A Great Run
by Preschool Playbook almost 4 years ago
Who Are We?
by Preschool Playbook almost 4 years ago


Urban Preschool

http://www.urbanpreschool.com/

The operator of Urban Preschool is open to publishing the research, experiences, and advice from other early childhood education experts. Therefore, readers can find information from a variety of people for a variety of purposes.


An Insider’s Guide to Education for Parents

http://usblog.kueducation.com/

Dr. Yalow has enough credentials behind her name to make anyone sit up and listen. She is the Executive Vice President of Knowledge Universe and Vice Chair of Knowledge Learning Corporation. And she also has a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from Stanford. She offers news, tips, ideas, and her insights on early education learning, specifically for parents.


Little Sprouts

http://preschool2prek.blogspot.com/

Sandra's blog is highly personal and focused on her homeschooling experiences with her own young children. She provides creative, step-by-step lesson plans and projects that can be used by elementary teachers and homeschooling parents to teach a variety of subjects.


As Mom Sees It

http://www.asmomseesit.com/

This mother of a teen and a toddler knows that sometimes, moms just need to get away from it all. Her blog is a fun and friendly site, packed with tons of amazing giveaways and product reviews.

DreamWorks Is The Creator Of The Newest Netflix Children’s Show #StreamTeam
by Mom about 2 years ago
How Your State Affects The Look Of Your Skin And How RoC Can Improve It #RoCWrinkleRanking
by Mom about 2 years ago

Creative Play Plus

http://www.creativeplayplus.com/

Encourage your child's growth and learning by engaging them in active creative play. Discover fun and playful projects here that are unique to this site.


Amber's Home and Office Organizing

http://www.ambersorganizing.com/blog/

Blogger Amber wields many a tip for improving the organization of your home and office here. Hanging clothes and transitioning seasons are new topics.


Type-A Parent

http://typeaparent.com/

You may not be a parent yet, but if you're expecting, you soon will be. Type-A parent is a place where you can connect with other parents and get all the resources you need to survive!

Type-A Parent Linkup – August 14 through 20, 2014 (34th Edition)
by Jamie Lieberman about 3 years ago
Announcing Speakers and Schedule for #typeacon
by Kelby Carr about 3 years ago

Stirrup Queens

http://www.stirrup-queens.com/

Melissa has been down a difficult journey to conception. She is a published author and seeks to help other women who face the same infertility struggles.

Are You Infertile Enough?
by Mel over 3 years ago
The Sorts of Books I Want to See as Movies
by Mel over 3 years ago

Best for Babes

http://www.bestforbabes.com/blog/

Breastfeeding has been proven to be healthful or both mom and baby. This site promotes breastfeeding and helps to educate mothers-to-be and increase awareness on this topic.


The Motherwear Breastfeeding Blog

http://breastfeeding.blog.motherwear.com/

Tanya Lieberman is a mother and lactation consultant who truly believes in the power of nursing. Expectant mothers who are seriously considering nursing can visit this site to get helpful tips and learn why breast is best for babes.


His Boys Can Swim!

http://www.hisboyscanswim.com/

A husband and wife team blog about their life journey after the plus sign. Read amusing family stories, information about pregnancy and life. We especially like the Dad's Pregnancy Guide.

Daylight savings and a 4 year-old
by Tarzan over 3 years ago
5288
by admin over 3 years ago

Fussy Baby Site

http://www.thefussybabysite.com/

Have a colicky or extremely fussy little one? This is not an uncommon problem for new mothers. The truth is, there are no easy answers when it comes to this issue. The Fussy Baby Site is the only site of its kind fully dedicated to infant fussiness and helps to bring mothers the latest information and techniques.

Kimberly’s Story: How to Survive with a High Need Baby
by Holly about 3 years ago
You’re Not Letting Me Have the Happy Home I Wanted (A Letter to My High Need Child)
by Holly about 3 years ago

Safe Mama

http://safemama.com/

All mothers want to make sure that they have the best and safest possible environment for their little ones. Get the latest baby item recall news here, along with other posts relating to child safety, health, well being, and eco-consciousness.

EcocentricMom.com Mom Box UN-boxing!
by Kathy over 1 year ago
How much to you trust product labels?
by Kathy over 1 year ago

Twice Blessed

http://mandyandnathan.blogspot.com/

Unplanned pregnancy? Is the reality of the fact still sinking in? Learn how blessed you really are when you follow this site.

Snowmageddon 2014
by Mandy over 3 years ago
Asking a Favor…
by Mandy over 3 years ago


Pregnant Chicken

http://pregnantchicken.squarespace.com/home/

Learn how to keep your pregnancy sunny side up, even when you begin to feel overwhelmed, exhausted, or scared. Amy Morrison seeks the truth behind all those common "wives tales" and "studies" concerning the do's and don'ts of pregnancy. Get the truth in an interesting read.

Pregnancy Symptoms No One Wants to Talk About - Third Trimester Edition
by Amy Morrison over 1 year ago
Symptoms of Pregnancy No One Wants to Talk About - 2nd Trimester Edition
by Amy Morrison over 1 year ago

The 818.com

http://the818.com/

Morgan blogs about family and life from a mother's point of view. She also offers product reviews and the "What she would buy if she could" lists.

Self Esteem, You Elusive Bitch.
by Morgan almost 2 years ago
Dreams really do come true.
by Morgan over 2 years ago

From Dates to Diapers and Beyond

http://www.fromdatestodiapers.com/

Mommy blogger and homeschooler to seven darling children, Christine offers tips, encouragement, and advice for making that transition from dating to diapers. She also offers product reviews for the benefit of her readers.

#Disconnect2Reconnect :: Unplugging at the Table
by Christine - From Dates to Diapers over 3 years ago
Spring Wardrobe Staples at Walmart
by Christine - From Dates to Diapers over 3 years ago

A Little Pregnant

http://www.alittlepregnant.com/

A mother documents her journey through life, dealing with infertility, pregnancy, and parenthood. Get a laugh, relate, smile, and feel good knowing that someone out there sympathizes and is going through the same challenges.

Short list, long post
by Julie over 3 years ago
Plague of locust
by Julie almost 4 years ago


About.com Pregnancy and Childbirth

http://pregnancy.about.com/

Get the pregnancy basics, get tips for knowing if you may be pregnant, and read about childbirth. The About.com guides are highly respected across the web, and this contributor has eight children, not to mention her many credentials, so she's definitely in the "pregnancy expert" category.

Cesarean Rate Edges Slightly Downward Again
over 3 years ago
Take a Hospital Tour Early in Pregnancy
over 3 years ago


The Thrifty Wife

http://thethriftywife.com/

Ashley meanders happily through motherhood while saving a ton for her children here. Regular readers are free to scoop up the plethora of freebies that appear in the posts.

Top 3 Most Affordable and Reliable Refrigerators
by Jessica over 1 year ago
How to Save Money by Making Your Own Cosmetic Products
by Amanda almost 2 years ago