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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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Best Pets to Have at Home

Best Pets to Have at Home

While some of us like the high energy of dogs, while others love the laid-back nature of fish, almost everyone has their personal preference of choice when it comes to a houshold pet. Pets can be great companions that can help us to have a greater sense of joy and...

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How Can I Teach Important Life Skills for Teens?

How Can I Teach Important Life Skills for Teens?

My oldest son just turned 16. He is extremely mature, and a great role model for his siblings. I want to do everything I can to teach him what is important for functioning as an adult these days. The important life skills for teens to learn is on our school agenda for the year. I found a resource...

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Frog Jump Letter Sounds CVC Worksheet

Frog Jump Letter Sounds CVC Worksheet

Children can learn to read when they are ready. Of my 4 children, 2 could read before kindergarten and 2 could read by 2nd grade. The approach was the same. The preschool activities were the same. Children learn differently and at their own pace. Making reading fun is the point of this letter...

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8 Quick and Easy One Pot Meals

8 Quick and Easy One Pot Meals

In the hustle and bustle of daily life, finding time to cook elaborate meals can be a challenge, especially on weeknights when you are already short on time. One-pot meals are a great solution for busy people and families, making cooking easier and offering a straightforward solution to this...

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Teaching Teens Good Spending Habits Using Modak

Teaching Teens Good Spending Habits Using Modak

As a teenager, I was a natural entrepreneur. I typed up a letter to offer my babysitting services to neighbors. It was my first attempt at building my own business and making money. We lived in a family-friendly neighborhood in a safe town. It was safe for me to place my typed letter into the...

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Deep Cleaning Your House

Deep Cleaning Your House

It is not just for spring. Deep cleaning your house is essential before hosting guests, holiday celebrations, and if you move out. I have found shortcuts to house cleaning services because we have moved every three years due to military life. If you rent or own, these tips for deep cleaning your...

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How To Throw a Great Party for Your Kids This Summer

How To Throw a Great Party for Your Kids This Summer

Summer vacation is well on its way. That means a couple of months where you want to keep your kids entertained. While the first couple of weeks might be easy, soon the costs can start ramping up and the fun ideas slow down. One great thing you can do this summer is a party for your kids and their...

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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 importance of a delicious, home-cooked...

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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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