• Best Airlines To Fly This Summer

    July is probably one of the trickiest months to fly anywhere. If you don’t book your flight in advance, then you’ll end up paying a lot in fees. I know because my parents are making their way to South Florida next month and it wasn’t cheap. And every year it gets even more expensive.  This year will be the third time they come to visit us and we’re excited about everything we have planned for them. Not only are we celebrating our toddler’s third birthday, but my parents also celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary. Although they won’t be here on

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  • Quick Tips To Potty Training Your Child

    Quick Tips To Potty Training Your Child

    Looking to potty train your child? Here are some tips from potty training our firstborn.

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  • Preventing Mosquito Bites

    This week marks the beginning of the summer, and we are excited about family BBQs and picnics, as well as trips to the seven local attractions here in South Florida. Although we have next month planned out for when my parents arrive, there’s one thing we can’t plan for: warmer weather means BUGS! Because Jeff and I have children under the age of five, we are very cautious when it comes to mosquito bites. Thankfully, I was able to chat with Eugene Zabolotsky on how parents can protect their family from the dangers of mosquito bites. We have a pool

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  • Becoming A Target Mom

    If someone had asked me whether or not I enjoyed shopping at Target prior to becoming a mom, I’d politely say no. I can count on one hand the few times I went in to purchase anything. One time I went in for shoes, and another time I accompanied my mother to get a hair-dye. But things changed when I moved in with Jeff. He made most of his purchases at a local pharmacy and would shop at Target for everyday products for his home. So when we needed new bedsheets, I automatically thought about looking at Target. Around the

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  • Raising Little Men

    Understanding the importance of having respect for others as well as yourself is key to successful relationships in life. And because of this, Jeff and I were given the responsibility to raise our boys into men. With so much going on in the world today, it’s easy to feel as though the world is slowly failing our children. But it’s not the world. It’s us, the parents of these children. There’s not a single headline on the news that isn’t aimed at showing us how terrible the world is. But please don’t forget why most of these stories are everywhere

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