Mom Worry: Balancing Intuition and Neuroticism

The stereotypical first-time mom is the one worrying about boiling pacifiers that fall on the ground, insisting everyone uses hand sanitizer before holding the baby, and calls the pediatrician whenever the baby sniffles. Many moms tend to ease up a bit when they get more comfortable with motherhood, their baby gets older, or they have […]

Box Tops for Education: An Easy Way to save Money For Schools

Want to raise money for your child’s school? Most of us do, we just don’t have the time or money to do spare. That’s why the Box Tops For Education program is so important. Schools across the country are experiencing significant budget cuts and need every opportunity they can to raise money. Money collected from […]

Sports Moms: 3 Simple Tips To Stay Organized

Moms all over the world have one thing in common and that is that they are all sports moms in one way or another. Whether you have one child or multiple children playing sports, you could probably all use a tip or two on how to survive all of the practices, games, meets and everything […]

7 Ways to Keep Your Kids Off Their Phone

It seems like kids these days are constantly connected to their phones—I often say the best way to get my  kids attention when they’re sitting in the next room is to text them, because they’ll likely respond to that before responding to me saying their name. A phone can be a great thing, but it […]

Pamper Your Eco-Baby! How To Create an Earth-Friendly Nursery

When I learned that I was pregnant years ago, putting together the baby nursery was a very special experience and one that I was really excited about.  It put a stamp on the whole idea that I was about to welcome this new and wonderful life into my home. It was my time to create […]

6 Tips for Teaching a Teen to Drive

Teaching your teenager how to drive can be an overwhelming experience. There’s the stress of a new driver behind the wheel, the pressure to teach them everything correctly, and many more emotions involved. Create a pleasant driving experience for you and your teen by using these six tips: Have a plan. Your child isn’t going […]

Celebrating Parenting with the Luvs Momoji App + $100 AMEX Giveaway

It didn’t take me long after becoming a mom to realize how important adult conversation is to me. Sure, I loved spending time with my baby, but I seriously needed an outlet with someone who could actually talk back. My mom friends and I quickly started a texting group where we could share about the […]

How to Help Keep Your Teen Driver Safe

Sending your child out on the road can be a scary proposition. One in five teen drivers has an accident within the first year of having their license, and the statistics seem to get worse every year. While parents can’t follow their child around everywhere, there are things to do to help your teen driver […]

5 Ways to Save at Back to School

As the summer days begin to wind down, anxious parents and children begin counting down the days until school starts. For kids, it’s the start of a new adventure with new friends and things to explore. For parents, it means you’re about to spend lots of money. Between the new clothes, binders, backpacks, and lunches, […]