Meet the Best Alarm Clock for Kids!

At the beginning of the school year, parents think mainly about pencils, paper, binders, backpacks and all of the day-to-day teacher recommended supplies and gear that needs to be bought. Buying an alarm clock didn’t even cross my mind until after a week of climbing the staircase to be my son’s personal alarm clock, I […]

Back to School Tips and Tricks From 6 Lifestyle Bloggers

Hey everyone! It’s back to school time! Whether your kids have already started school or will be starting again in the upcoming weeks, there are so many things to think about when preparing yourself and the kids! To kick off the Back to School season, 6 different lifestyle bloggers, myself included, hosted a Back to School […]

Show The World How You #LiveUnlimited for Muscular Dystrophy Awareness

Disclosure: In order to improve Muscular Dystrophy awareness and help raise funds for a cure as part of the #LiveUnlimited campaign, I received a #LiveUnlimited Endorphin Warrior bracelet. No additional compensation was received for this post. I’ve been a pediatric occupational therapist for 17 years. Everyone always asks what an “OT” is. Many people think my job […]

New McDonald’s Breakfast Hours #McDPJParty

Guess what, McDonald’s breakfast hours have changed! While we don’t make a weekly event out of breakfast for dinner, since I became a full-time working parent, I won’t lie, there have been dozens of times when omelets and pancakes are about all I have the energy to cook. One thing my growing little boy craves is […]

PJ Masks Superheroes For Preschoolers on Disney Channel

“PJ Masks we are on our way, into the night to save the day!” Owlette, Gekko and Catboy, also known as the PJ Masks are superheroes for preschoolers that appear in their own animated television show on the Disney Channel and on Disney Junior. I love hearing about new shows on the Disney Channel, or […]

10 Messes Kids Can Clean with a Dyson Cordless Vacuum

As a mother, when it comes to cleaning, I feel like all day long I chase my tail. The sooner I clean up one mess there’s another one being created at the same time, just in a different location. I only have one child, I’ll never understand how those of you with more than one […]

Healthy Food Choices at McDonalds with John Cisna #McDonaldsOpenTour

Disclosure:  After attending the #McDOpenDoorTour event, I received compensation from McDonald’s in exchange for writing this sponsored post. All opinions are my own.   Most of my adult life post-college I’ve struggled with weight. Prior to becoming married, I rode the roller coaster, gaining 30 lbs. and losing it with exercise and Weight Watchers. When I was […]

Kinetic Sand Sales Raise Money for Autism Speaks

When I was asked by Spinmaster to share a few words about how much I love Kinetic Sand, it wasn’t hard. As an occupational therapist, I use this amazing product almost every day I work with children in the school system. Kids beg me to use it, and not only is it an amazing incentive and […]

5 Genius Tips to Motivate Kids to Play Outdoors

This sponsored post and $50 Toys “R” Us gift card giveaway are on behalf of the Toy Industry Association’s TheGeniousofPlay.org initiative, which celebrates the many proven benefits of play. Any opinions included are my own. This year, my family couldn’t be any more eager for Spring, happily leaving those monstrous snowbanks from the snowiest winter in history […]

Scratchy Clothing Can Be A Big Sensory Issue for Children

If you have a child or are sensitive yourself, you know that scratchy clothing can be a big sensory issue for children. You know — the tags that people are adamant about removing, the way kids or adults rub clothing textures through their fingertips in stores before purchasing looking for something that “feels just right.” Or, […]

Hey Red Sox Nation, Get Free Red Sox Tickets for Kids

Hey Red Sox Nation, Get Free Red Sox Tickets for Kids! Disclosure: I am part of the #RedSoxMoms and on occasion I may receive tickets and opportunities for free from the Boston Red Sox in exchange for sharing fun information with you. Any opinions included are my own. As even a family of 3 I […]

How To Help Kids Tie Their Shoes! Shoebuy.com Giveaway

In my opinion, THE hardest fine motor skill for kids to learn is the art of tying their shoelaces. When Shoebuy.com, an online retailer of shoes and accessories for men, women and children offered to sponsor a giveaway, it seemed like the perfect time to share some of my favorite tips on how to help kids […]

Gavin’s Toyota Sienna Review #SiennaDiaries

Disclosure: We were provided with a Toyota Sienna to test drive for 3 months as part of the #SiennaDiaries. While we received a stipend to participate in the experience, any opinions are our own. No one was happier to ride in the minivan for 3 months than our 4-year-old. The experience not only allowed us […]

Britax Pioneer 70 High Back Booster Seat Review

Disclosure: We were provided with a Britax Pioneer 70 High Back Booster Seat to faciliate this review. Other than the booster seat, no additional compensation was received. Any opinions are my own. I only have one child and after 4 1/2 years of the buckling routine, I have been more than ready to put this routine […]

ToyQueen Donates $1200 In New Toys to Shriners Hospitals for Children Using the Toyota Sienna #SiennaDiaries

There have been many times in my life where I’ve been fortunate to be part of something awesome and amazing. While “paying it forward” should be innate, there are moments when being part of a bigger initiative certainly helps spark the drive and provide momentum to do something fulfilling and rewarding. So thank you Toyota […]

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