Motherhood in the Wichita Area
Here are 10 easy ways to celebrate Earth Day with kids of all ages!
These days, kids have a lot on their plates—and were juggling plenty even before the pandemic. Susan Verde is a mom of three who has dedicated her career to teaching kids mindfulness, yoga and happiness—all coping skills for this modern age
Dealing with Toddler Tantrums: an Interview with Dr. Harvey Karp, author of The Happiest Toddler on the Block
Anyone else feel like their toddler’s tantrums have gotten more frequent, and more intense during the pandemic? Here is some great advice from the author of The Happiest Toddler on the Block.
Need an easy and fun activity to do with your kids this Easter weekend? Check out this DIY Rainbow Art tutorial.
Spring is finally here, and we couldn’t be happier to be shaking off the winter doldrums and getting outside again. We found a fantastic new book, Gardening for Kids: Learn, Grown and Get Messy with Fun STEAM Projects, which has a ton of ways to get your kids into the dirt this season.
Now that COVID-19 vaccines are being rolled out nationwide, we’re starting to wonder what this means for our families and routines. How will the vaccines change visits with grandparents, who have been prioritized for immunization?
Does anyone else feel like in the past year they haven’t been alone—truly alone—for more than a handful of times? We asked holistic wellness expert Kimberly Snyder to share some of her thoughts on how to make self-care happen.
Amy Palanjian, the Iowa-based mom behind Yummy Toddler Food, shares recipes that even young kids can help with—which is an amazing idea since even the pickiest eaters are more likely to eat what they make!
January isn’t the easiest month under normal circumstances. We scoured the research and picked 9 easy ways to feel better—today.
It’s tough when it’s time to move your little one from crib to toddler bed. But, we’ve developed some tips to hopefully ease that transition.