New Parent Resolutions: I want to be more organised!

  Editor’s note: This guest post was written by Rachel, known as mcclary on Babyhuddle. Rachel is mum to 3 girls and blogs at rightfromthestart about family life, early education and her new life in the US. Rachel is an early education consultant and freelance writer. As part of our New Parent Resolutions series, Rachel is asking [...]

New Parent Resolutions update: What happened when i ditched the cell phone

New Parent Resolutions follow up: What happened when I ditched the cell phone…

At the beginning of the month, we published a post from Brian, who wanted to spend less time on his cell phone, and more time with his kids. His post hit a nerve with many readers and the advice you gave him was awesome. Now, as promised, here he is with an update on how [...]

2013: the year of no resolutions

2013: The year of no Resolutions

Editor’s note: This guest post was written by Lori, known as lorilynnbollinger on Babyhuddle. Lori is happily married and the mother of one little boy and is currently pregnant with a little girl.  Lori is a scenic artist, painting backdrops and scenery for productions at theatres and universities, and writes the blog I Can Grow People where [...]

New Parent Resolution advice: ways to enjoy technology with kids

This week we posted a plea from Katie, who wants to commit to making changes in the amount of technology time her young son has. This obviously hit a nerve with lots of you as the advice has been fantastic. Thank you! Here are the top tips you gave us: Invest in some board games. [...]

Second time mom, second time toys

Editor’s note: This guest post was written by Brandy, known as mannlymama on Babyhuddle. Brandy juggles the world of working mamahood by being a software developer by day and a tickle monster by night. She holds down her NC fort with her gaggle of boys: dashing husband Kevin (married 2005), crazy son Landon (born 2009), squishy baby [...]

New Parent Resolutions I want my kids to have more technology free time

New Parent Resolutions: I want my kids to have more technology-free time

I remember the day so clearly. I must have been around eight years old when my parents presented my sisters and I with a brand new ZX Sinclair Spectrum computer. Wow. We loved that thing. We used to have to set a game loading while we had dinner because the tapes took so long (and [...]

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A tale of an Army Wife

Editor’s note: This guest post was written by Samantha Curtis, known as Samanthacurtisstanek on Babyhuddle. Samantha is a twenty-something Army wife and first time mother to a beautiful baby boy. Her husband is active duty and she began blogging when he deployed to Afghanistan for 10 months. She blogs at Hooah and Hiccups about her family, [...]

Preparing Your Pooch for Baby

Editor’s note: This guest post was written by Ginny, known as GinnymDaniel on Babyhuddle. Ginny is a proud Army Wife and stay-at-home-mom. Before she began staying at home, she worked full time as a Financial Analyst and Cost Accountant for two large manufacturing companies which taught her many useful skills such as time management and multi-tasking. She admits though, that nothing [...]

New Parent Resolutions advice: 7 ways to ditch the cell phone and re-connect with the kids

Does this sound familiar? You have your cell phone. You’re checking your Facebook newsfeed. The kids want you. Yes, you’ll attend to their needs right away, once you’ve liked that comment and shared that photo. Oh and there’s a tweet that mentions you so you better just respond to that and while you’re at it, [...]

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