Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes: A List of 100 nursery rhymes to boost your child’s language development

Mother Goose Nursery RhymesMother Goose nursery rhymes are extremely popular these days. And rightfully so.

Through nursery rhymes, children learn many aspects of language such as rhythm, vocabulary. the structure of language and more.

When singing and reading with our little ones, we engage together in a fun and meaningful interaction like no other. Some nursery rhymes are accompanied by hand movements, while others contain uncommon words perfect for language development. Continue Reading

Toddler Quiet Time: How to Keep Toddlers Busy So You Finally Get a Break

Toddler Quiet TimeIf your toddlers are anything like mine, they require a lot of “mommy time”.

Some days seem to be worse than others.

But they all have one thing in common. Toddlers never get tired of spending time with mom!

It doesn’t matter if you need ten minutes to drink your cup of coffee in peace, send the too-long-ignored emails or prepare lunch without tripping over your little one.

We all need a few minutes for ourselves.

But hardly any activity seem to entertain your toddler long enough. Continue Reading

5 Important Things About Raising Toddlers To Remember Every Day

Toddler behavior and disciplineToddlerhood can be very exciting, but also extremely challenging time for many moms, myself included.

One day things can go very smoothly while we hit a bumpy road the next.

We’ve all been there.

Getting ready to get out of the house, rushing to put on shoes and coats when all of a sudden our toddler has a meltdown because we didn’t zip up his coat all the way. Such a  “trivial” thing, right?   Continue Reading

12 Life Skills for Toddlers: What to Teach Them While They’re Young

Life skills for toddlersAs a mom of two young toddlers, I often wonder what I should teach them next.

Do you know that feeling?

Toddlers seem to learn so fast and with such an ease, that sometimes I feel as if I was not providing enough stimulation for them.

But as much as some people suggest to teach academic skills to toddlers or even babies, I simply can’t wrap my head around it.

With my love and appreciation of an innocent carefree childhood, I would like to give my boys a chance to simply be kids. Continue Reading