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7 Reasons Americans Are Switching To This Meal Kit Incredible dinners for less than $5 For those seeking savings on food expenses this new year, EveryPlate stands out as America’s Best Value Meal Kit. Even at full price, dinners are only $4.99 each. Yep, that’s up to 56% cheaper than other leading meal kit companies**. With
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EDITOR’S NOTE: Slumberkins is offering Busy Mom Blog readers 10% off their purchase with code: BUSYMOM As my husband John and I were starting our family, I wondered whether my kids would have the same early-childhood sibling rivalry I did with my sister. My five-year-old Sam and my three-year-old Leo indeed fight pretty often, and to stop
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EDITOR’S NOTE: Slumberkins is offering Busy Mom Blog readers 10% off their purchase with code: BUSYMOM The coronavirus has disrupted everyday life.  Parents are scrambling to manage new work environments and home schedules. Schools are quickly adapting to online learning practices.  And kids are feeling these changes, whether they talk about it or not. The impact
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When my daughter Kim told me I’d be a new grandparent, I wanted to promise my soon-to-be grandchild a lifetime of stability and success. At the same time, I began accepting that I wouldn’t always be there to care for her needs. I’d heard about life insurance as a solution to this scenario, but I’d
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The BusyMomBlog team writes about stuff we think you’ll like. BusyMomBlog has a relationship with advertisers, and sometimes receives products or a share of revenue from your purchase. All posts are for entertainment purposes. I love my dog Jenny, but for a long time, I knew I could be doing more for her health, starting
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For too long, parents in the United States have been forced into a very subpar choice when looking for prepared meals: between food that’s convenient and food that’s healthy. Whether it’s on grocery store shelves or restaurant menus, the food industry has been all too eager to feed kids exactly what they want—which, unfortunately, tends
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EDITOR’S NOTE: Slumberkins is offering Busy Mom Blog readers 10% off their purchase with code: BUSYMOM It’s summer, but having the kids constantly at home without online schooling or camp comes with unique challenges. How can you keep the kids learning and growing while focusing on your job and parenting tasks? What about fostering their social-emotional
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With many parents working from home now, many of us know the challenge of getting through emails and meetings with kids in the background. Sure, working from home has its perks, but when your kids start begging you for lunch in the middle of an important call, your groove is immediately thrown off. And then
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Picture this: A 2-day old infant with a small rash on her face. Left alone to heal on its own, the rash is diagnosed as “baby acne.” Several weeks later, the rash, which only covered a small portion, is now splattered across the face. A trip to the pediatrician resulted with an eczema diagnosis and
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Kelly Oriard and Callie Christensen are co-founders and co-CEO’s of Slumberkins, an award winning, children’s educational brand that promotes early emotional learning. We interviewed Oriard and Christensen to find out why they started Slumberkins and how it works. You weren’t always business owners, what are your backgrounds?  Kelly Oriard: My formal education is as a
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Children may be thrown off by a change of schedule, especially during uncertain times. Social-emotional skill-building is key at this age, but it’s even more important when they need to put those skills to work. When school is not meeting and playdates are canceled, how can children acquire the right skills to cope? New social-emotional
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