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Get an Insta-Worthy Playroom with these Fun and Functional Ideas

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For parents everywhere, having a playroom is an extravagance. It’s a spot for kids to imagine and create; and it’s home to all of the brightly colored plastic possessions that would otherwise take over the living room. Although it serves as a designated location for

Keep or Toss: What to Do With Your Kids’ Papers

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It is estimated that each month, kids bring home approximately one large tree’s worth of paper. Okay, that’s not exactly true, but it sure feels like it, right? Regardless of age, kids tend to accumulate a huge amount of paperwork. From projects to coloring pages,

That’s A Wrap on #TheMaidsCleaningChallenge

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We launched our #14DayCleaningChallenge with the hopes of motivating our social media followers to achieve a happier and more hygienic home. This year, the tradition of Spring Cleaning went from yearly ritual to necessary precaution. With this in mind, the campaign

How to Clean Up Common Kid Messes

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Macaroni and cheese. Bert and Ernie. Kids and messes. Some combinations just make sense. Little ones learn through doing, so it’s impossible to avoid occasional kid-created chaos. Luckily, there are fixes for most of these mishaps; below are solutions to some of the

Creative Ideas For Keeping Your Kids Entertained Indoors

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With COVID-19 sweeping the globe, it’s likely your child’s school is on an extended break. It’s advised to practice social distancing during this time and to stay home as much as possible. This abundance of caution is absolutely necessary, but it leaves parents with

Age Appropriate Chore Charts for Kids

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According to parenting experts, kids who contribute to their households by doing chores are confident, capable, and equipped with more life skills than their peers. According to actual parents: that’s great…. how about you try getting my kids to do anything around


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