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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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Weeknight Dinners: 10 Quick and Delicious Ideas

Weeknight Dinners: 10 Quick and Delicious Ideas

[Image Source] In the whirlwind of modern life, weeknights pose a particular challenge for many. After a day filled with to do lists and errands, the prospect of whipping up a dinner that’s both quick and satisfying can seem like an impossible task. Yet, the...

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Keeping Your Baby Comfortable in Daily Life

Keeping Your Baby Comfortable in Daily Life

As a new parent, keeping your baby comfortable is a key component of proper care. In addition to making your baby happier, it will play a huge role in their development. Better still, the knowledge that your little angel feels comfortable should put a lot of your parenting fears to bed.  It...

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From Chronic Illness to Wellness: My Healthy Habits Reset

From Chronic Illness to Wellness: My Healthy Habits Reset

My health journey has been rocky. At age 10, I was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease. For the better part of 20 years I was on steroids and multiple medications at a time. I lived at the hospital so much that I felt more comfortable in that environment than around my peers. Last year, I could tell my...

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Domino Number Order and Matching Game

Domino Number Order and Matching Game

Dominoes are a hands-on way to help preschool children learn numbers. This domino number order and matching game turns dominoes into a lesson in counting, matching, number order and fine motor skills. Supplies All you need is one piece of construction paper, a black marker, and a set of dominoes....

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5 Spring Activities to Get Your Baby Out of the House

5 Spring Activities to Get Your Baby Out of the House

Spring is finally here, and with it comes warmer weather and longer days. After being cooped up indoors during the cold winter months, it's the perfect time to get your baby out of the house and explore the world around them. Not only is it beneficial for their physical and mental development, but...

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Ping Pong Ball Letter Match & Water Play

Ping Pong Ball Letter Match & Water Play

You know that carnival game where you pull a rubber duck out of the water and see what symbol is on the bottom? You win a prize if your symbol is the chosen winner. I took that carnival game idea and turned it into this ping pong ball letter match activity for preschoolers to match letters. Using...

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First Swim Lessons: The Appropriate Age Debate

First Swim Lessons: The Appropriate Age Debate

As a parent, one of the many decisions you will have to make for your child is when to enroll them in swimming lessons. At the same time, some may argue that the earlier, the better. Others believe in waiting until a certain age. This debate over the appropriate age for a child's first swim...

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One Item Activities for Little Kids

One Item Activities for Little Kids

My very first year of full-time homeschooling was chaotic. I had two preschoolers to wrangle while trying to teach my two older children. The juggling act made me feel overwhelmed daily. Young children have limited attention spans and putting them on a screen to keep them occupied is not my first...

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