Toddler Bikes & Helmets That Don't Look Like Moving Billboards for Disney

Toddler Bikes & Helmets That Don't Look Like Moving Billboards for Disney

Finding a bike or helmet for a toddler that isn't covered with characters or made of cheap plastic is harder than you'd think. After searching. here is the toddler balance bike, first "big boy" bike, and helmet I finally settled on for my son.

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Pre-Order "Nourished," Get "We Laugh, We Cry, We Cook" FREE

Pre-Order "Nourished," Get "We Laugh, We Cry, We Cook" FREE

Zondervan is offering a buy one get deal for two books co-written by mother-daughter writing team, Becky Johnson and Rachel Randolph. Pre-order the book or ebook of Nourished: A Search for Health, Happiness, and A Full Night's Sleep (releasing on January 6) and get the ebook version of We Laugh, We Cry, We Cook: A Mom & Daughter Dish About the Food that Delights Them and the Love that Binds Them for free. Offer valid December 15, 2014-January 4, 2015 only.

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Our Family Dinner Rule That Keeps Our Toddler at the Table

Our Family Dinner Rule That Keeps Our Toddler at the Table

Your toddler won't eat at dinner time but is hungry before bed? Try this family dinner rule from The Nourished Mama that ensures the kitchen table doesn't become a battleground for control with your child. This solution is a parent-child win-win.  

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It's Getting Real! Zondervan Announces New Book "Nourished" in an Official Press Release

It's Getting Real! Zondervan  Announces New Book "Nourished" in an Official Press Release

PRESS RELEASE: Becky Johnson, a laid-back mom who finds comfort in clutter, and Rachel Randolph, her order-loving, thirty-something daughter, humorously explore how to tackle the top ten stressors that mess with a woman’s mind—especially her peace and joy—in their new book Nourished: A Search for Health, Happiness, and a Full Night’s Sleep” (Jan. 6, 2015, Zondervan)

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The Little Boy in the Yellow Goggles

The Little Boy in the Yellow Goggles

Do you have imaginative kids with imaginative accessories that embarrass you? In her post "The Little Boy in Yellow Goggles," The Nourished Mama writes, "It's not about the tantrums. Facing the tantrum, in many ways, is the much easier choice. Facing the goggles in public: now THAT is bold parenting. Let them be little. Let them be imaginative. Let them be...whatever their little minds can think up to be."

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