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{Post by Lisa} I find comfort and rest in my eight-year-old rocking chair that sits in my living room now. It wasn’t always in this place. At first it was used to rock my baby girl to sleep in her room before I put her in her crib for a cozy night sleep. I nursed […]

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{Guest Post by Tracy Murdock} We really love making cards around here. It is a wonderful way to say thank you and uplift our community in a small, yet meaningful way. These cute teacher appreciation cards are fantastic for showing teachers how thankful you are for them teaching all of our kids. Being a teacher […]

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This is a sponsored post. This post contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosure. I have to admit, I am not always jumping to pay for activities for my kids. Often our budget does not allow for that extra spending.  You know me with the free/cheap kids activities! Have you seen all the commercials for […]

The post K5 Learning Program for Children: 2 Weeks Free appeared first on The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide.

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{Guest Post by Heather Hice-McCray} As any mom can attest to, when you have little ones at home every morning despite your best intentions everything can go awry swiftly and quickly. I still remember how every morning when I had an infant and preschooler there seemed to be some sort of curveball that caught me […]

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{Guest Post by Lauren} When I think back to my childhood one of the clearest memories I have is setting up a pretend play grocery store in our kitchen. It’s so vivid in my mind. I can see all the items we pulled out from our mother’s pantry lined up. I see the real printable […]

The post Filtering Distraction During Time with our Kids appeared first on The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide.

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Motherhood can make us feel that we are in a juggling act. We try to seek balance and be joyful, but kids, husband, house, our needs and wants all pull us in different directions. We worry that if we drop one ball they all will come crashing down! We are busy and yet not feeling […]

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{This post is sponsored by Autumn McKay. All opinions are my own.} We started our first homeschool year last year. Balancing 2 toddlers while magically creating time to focus on my older two children was a challenge to say the least. (Brings out super woman cape from the closet…) The juggling act of homeschooling multiple […]

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{Post by Lisa} Our four-day hospital stay with our first born was spent holding our happy infant almost every minute. That filled our time with peace. We were so content to just rest together. My husband and I were glad to go home, of course, but on the way out of the hospital door we […]

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{Guest Post by Samantha Randall} Getting your child involved in your dog’s care and training is important for any parent and dog owner. There are a lot of different ways having a dog around improves the life of a child, many of which have been proven in studies. The key factor here is that the […]

The post Dog Care Chore Chart for Children (by age) appeared first on The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide.

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We all know that it can be hard sometimes to sneak away and have a date with our hubbies.  Add in the cost of a babysitter, food, and drinks; sometimes it’s just easier to stay home. Date night in a box eliminates all of those problems and it is fun! I was scrolling through Facebook […]

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