• Tips for Soothing a Teething Baby

    August 24, 2015Holly Sosa

    This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #TeethingTruths #CollectiveBias Teething can be nightmarish. I know this because my two year old is currently cutting three molars at once. Between her general irritated mood and extra neediness, even I’m feeling the pain. Thankfully, this ain’t my…

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  • Our Confidence Building Solution for Occasional Bedwetting

    July 20, 2015Holly Sosa

    This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #ConfidentKids #CollectiveBias People who know our family, know we do weekend sleepouts. Sleepout nights require copious blankets and pillows strewn across the living room floor, popcorn, and a movie. The kids take turns choosing a Netflix movie or…

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  • Pampers #BetterforBaby Pledge (+ a Giveaway!)

    July 3, 2015Holly Sosa

    This review and giveaway was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Pampers. I received product free of charge, but all opinions are 100% mine Pampers is unveiling a program that recognizes how babies have the ability to bring out the best in all of us and that is why we should do our part…

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  • When I Became Mom

    May 4, 2015Holly Sosa

    I can’t help but feel nostalgic when Mother’s Day comes around. I remember the first moment I became mom. All it took was a positive pregnancy test. The digital screen of my Clearblue test screamed “pregnant” at me and I was mom. All in that one precious moment. I spent the next nine months taking belly…

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  • Cord Blood Banking & Why It’s Important, Plus Enter to Win a Graco Carseat!

    April 29, 2015Holly Sosa

    This post is sponsored by LifebankUSA. Thank you readers for supporting the companies that support this blog and my family. In the past, I have shared with you why I feel cord blood banking is so important. Today, I want to revisit my post from two years ago and share information and facts with you…

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  • 7 Simple Things You Can Do With Your Child Every Day to Express Your Love

    April 13, 2015Holly Sosa

    I don’t claim to be a parenting expert by any definition, but I believe firmly that I’m an alright Mama. My children are happy and well adjusted, which says a lot considering we are a stepfamily with several plates in the air at any given time. Like any other Mama, I’m constantly filled with doubt…

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  • Pet Grief for Kids, 5 Tips for How to Help Them Cope

    April 7, 2015Holly Sosa

    This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. Today’s discussion on helping children to cope with pet loss is sponsored by Purina® Pro Plan®. #ProPlanPet #CollectiveBias For those of you who have been followers of mine for awhile, you know that last summer we lost our…

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  • 5 Simple & Meaningful Ways to Encourage Your Child

    January 18, 2015Holly Sosa

    Earlier this week, I had a parenting fail. I reacted out of anger and yelled louder than I should have and came down harder than necessary on my kids. The culprit? A destroyed bookshelf. In the end, I was able to apologize for my overreaction and there were hugs all around (along with an afternoon…

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  • 10 Tips to Avoid Parent Burnout

    January 4, 2015Holly Sosa

    As parents, we have all felt that inevitable feeling of burnout creeping in on us. Whether it’s after a particularly hard day filled with tantrums & sibling rivalry or just a seemingly Groundhog Day-like experience, we feel it coming. Together, with help from some fellow parents, I gathered a few tips to avoid parent burnout.…

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  • Encourage Your Child to Help With Chores, A Free Chore Chart Printable + Check Out My New Spray Mop!

    December 16, 2014Holly Sosa

    This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #CleanForTheHolidays #CollectiveBias My son & step-son are both around the age that we want to start implementing a chore chart. I believe that a family should work together to keep a clean home & want to encourage a…

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