The Stay-at-Home Mom Survival Guide

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My name is Jaimi, and I am a mom who loves to encourage moms in the season of raising children, making a home, and staying focused on the end goals of motherhood. I am the mom of four, including a set of twins. I am also a military wife, writer and “professional” playdate planner. We have to meet mom friends somehow, right?!

I studied early childhood education and teaching in college, so I was able to study a lot about child psychology, family dynamics and what research shows about those two factors in the life of children. I decided to channel that background and the feeling like I could really help moms who were just trying to survive at home caring for their families. 

The stay at home mom survival guide is my little ministry. It is a resource for mothers, parents, caregivers and teachers.

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How to Create a Safe Browsing Environment for Children

How to Create a Safe Browsing Environment for Children

The internet has come a long way since its inception. New apps and functionalities are popping up every day, and so are scams and other seedy agents. As parents, you need to create a safe online environment for your kids and monitor their activity. mSpy can help you...

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Body Tracing Studying the Human Body for Preschoolers

Body Tracing Studying the Human Body for Preschoolers

For preschoolers, science topics are so fascinating. You can really dive into a lot of science topics in your preschool time. If you teach preschool at home, this body tracing studying the human body activity is great to add in on one of the days. We kept it like an overview of the body and more...

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7 Great Tips for Camping with Your Kids

7 Great Tips for Camping with Your Kids

Every parent wants to create memories with their kids, as well as to make sure they have an amazing childhood. We spend countless hours on this and want to do it right. There are quite a few ways you can do this, with one of the more notable being to go camping with your kids. It’s not just a...

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Child Made Color Wheel Color Mixing Cards

Child Made Color Wheel Color Mixing Cards

Accidental learning activities are the best. This was one of those. In our preschool time, we accidentally made color wheel color cards and they were all painted by my 2-year-old. You can set this up intentionally to talk about colors, color identification and color mixing with older toddlers and...

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Keep Your Home in Balance When Hosting House Guests

Keep Your Home in Balance When Hosting House Guests

As a busy parent, hosting house guests can be quite a juggling act. Being a mom is hard enough. Especially when we try to balance homeschooling, career growth, and on top of that: time with friends and family. Give yourself some grace. Your life doesn’t have to be thrown off-balance because of...

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Top 5 Self-Care Practices for New Mothers

Top 5 Self-Care Practices for New Mothers

Whenever people talk about self-care for new moms, it’s often about how to pamper yourself every now and then, ending with a suggestion to spend some time reading a book while you enjoy a warm bath. While it’s helpful to have a little additional downtime every now and then, it’s also important to...

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Protein Shake Meal Supplement for Kids with Dietary Needs

Protein Shake Meal Supplement for Kids with Dietary Needs

When your child has special dietary needs, you as a parent go into overdrive doing all the research. The tasks include finding all the helpful recipes, kids daily essentials for nutrition, and setting your child’s health as your first priority. I was one of those children and my mom followed that...

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The All-In-One Potty Training Prize Chart System

The All-In-One Potty Training Prize Chart System

What sounds easier: Potty training a toddler, or teaching a teenager to drive? This ‘would you rather’ game is answered differently by every mom I know. I am in the minority when it comes to potty training. It was hard for me to teach my children. It is easier to teach my oldest son to drive than...

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Simple Art Activities: Duct Tape Pictures

Simple Art Activities: Duct Tape Pictures

Every household has a roll of duct tape. Whether you have gray, green or another fancy color, duct tape pictures are a cheap kids activity for summer or a rainy day creative project. Duct tape counts as part of the simple art activities and one item activities collection. We have made these a few...

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