Breakfast, courtesy of Duane.
“Planned spontaneity” is sometimes all we can do to harken back to those carefree days of, well, maybe not our youth, but our pre-parenthood.
Smart advance planning advice from Laura.
Never underestimate the resourcefulness of a Parenthacker. From Marisa: I found an adorable "elephant stampede" clock online for $39.99, plus shipping and fell in love with it. I listed as a gift idea for my baby shower, updated the wishlist for Christmas, etc, but never received it. Then I had the brilliant idea to make […]
Amy's dual-floor diaper-changing solution: We have a two-story house, and her changing table has always been upstairs in her bedroom (I figured that if I went upstairs for every change, I was getting much-needed exercise, a little at a time). Well, I got pregnant again when she was 10 months old, and over the past […]
Parentography Blog » What Makes a Great Playspace? Prompted by talking with folks at KaBoom!, Tim asks the question, gives his answers, and invites discussion on the topic. (tags: parenthacks kids) Strollerderby : Keeping Babies in Bubbles: Where Do You Draw the Line? How much babyproofing is too much? (tags: parenthacks babies baby babyproofing parenting) […]
Rookie Mom Heather (who’s not so much of a rookie anymore!) uses Sharpies in her gift card organizing scheme: oh, isn’t it wonderful to get a $100 gift card at old navy or a $10 gift card at starbucks? yes, it is. ever since our wedding, we keep all gift cards in one envelope in […]
If you're a fan of Seventh Generation diapers and wipes, stock up at Amazon — their $20 instant rebate off $99 worth ends Monday.
There was a time when I firmly believed that craft paint of any sort had no place in my house. It's not that I'm a neat freak or anything, but the potential chaos was just too intimidating. I've gotten over my fear of the kid-paint combo, but it would have happened a lot sooner had […]
Parenthackers Rock! « The Road Less Traveled Just had to share this lovely post with y'all. Jen has beautiful things to say about the collective wisdom and generosity and honesty here. (tags: parenthacks parenting)