Ziggy the Piggy Has Small Feet – An Online Storybook

Ziggy the Piggy Has Small Feet - This Blended Home of Mine - Children's Online Storybooks

Ziggy the Piggy Has Small Feet There was a pig with feet so small, he’d almost always trip and fall. This made him sad and a little bit shy, but his mother always reminded him that he was an awesome kind of guy. Your little ones will enjoy meeting Ziggy the Piggy and his friends, […]

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6 Books That Will Help You Finally Understand Your Teenager

Raising Teenage Girls Can Be Tough Being a teenager is tough. I hated it. There was nothing more I wanted that to be grown up, out of school, and living my own life. When I was growing up, I wished for more guidance from my parents. I hoped that they would comfort me and tell […]

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How To Cope When You Have A Favorite Child

How To Cope When Your Realize You Have a Favorite Child - This Blended Home of Mine - Tween Parenting, Tween girls, How to Parent a Tween Girl, Middle School, Parenting Tween Girl Article, Relationship

I have a confession to make You might need to sit down. Are you ready? Okay – I have a favorite child. I know, I know – It’s so wrong! For those of you who may not know it, I have two daughters. TWO. TWEEN. GIRLS. You get me? Yesterday was a really tough parenting day […]

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How to Talk to Your Child About Bullying

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What Is Bullying There are no real statistics to show when bullying has started. If we were to dig as deep as we could, we would probably find that bullying has been around since the beginning of time. Experts define bullying as repeated and unwanted behavior that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. In essence, […]

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Real Moms Feature - How This Mom Does It All, Leaving No Room for Regrets - This Blended Home of Mine - Parenting | Mompreneur

REAL MOMS FEATURE: How SHE DOES IT ALL – NO REGRETS In this Real Moms Feature, I’m super happy to introduce, Caroline Lontoc-Diaz. NOTE: This post contains affiliate links, which come at no cost to you. I promise! See my full disclosure here. Caroline is a mom of two gorgeous boys, a wife to her […]

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Why You Should Tell Your Daughters They Are Beautiful

Why You Should Tell Your Daughters They Are Beautiful - This Blended Home of Mine

Why I Tell My Daughters They Are Beautiful The culture of feminism is strong in today’s society. One of the many stances that feminism promotes is that we as parents should not be placing emphasis on children’s appearances; and that we should instead compliment them on their abilities. Women want to be equal to men […]

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Real Moms Feature: How This Mom Juggles Family and Business Like a Boss

Real Moms Feature - How this mom juggles family and business like a boss

Real Moms Feature: Corinne Lloyd In this feature, Corinne tells us how she juggles being a wife, full time mom, all the while running her home based business as an In-Home Educator with several care kids under her wing. Corinne and her family live in Wellington, New Zealand. Note: This post contains affiliate links, which […]

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DIY Children’s Birthday Party on a Budget

DIY Children’s Party on a Budget I love throwing parties – kids parties, I mean. I enjoy every minute of the process from gathering ideas, planning, shopping; all the way up to the party itself where I am the MC for the kids. Fantastic! For as long as I can remember, I have always hosted […]

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Thriving with Eosinophilic Oesophagitis

Teach Your Child to Thrive In Spite of Eosinophilic Oesophagitis - This Blended Home of Mine

Thriving with Eosinophilic Oesophagitis This is a guest post from Robyn Meynell from Wellington, New Zealand. Robyn is a mother of three; one of which suffers from a rare condition called Eosinophilic Oesophagitis and Duodenitis. Today, she tells us of how life has progressed for her son since he experienced his first anaphylactic reaction as […]

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5 Surprising Perks of Co-Parenting

Finding the Silver Lining in Co-Parenting This is a guest post by writer and blogger, Carolyn Laba from Carolyn Laba, about the silver linings she has found in co-parenting. I didn’t become a parent to only see my child half the time. I didn’t ask to be a sometimes-mom. I gave birth to my son […]

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