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Our Mommy Blog Faves: Surviving the First Weeks of Summer

  • From All Things Inspired

    All Things Inspired
    Some kids are born as fish out of water, others not so much. Over at All Things Inspired, Rachel and her family are using theswimming pool as a way to entertain and keep cool. Has your family already strapped on the floaties and spent afternoons basking in the sunlight at this summertime favorite?

  • From Mama Bub

    Mama Bub
    You can keep your child's brain in shape for the eventual return to school while also giving a bit of structure to the lazy days of the season, according to Megan at Mama Bub. She has big plans for her kids' summer. Check out her tips and resources for ways to help them stay sharp with reading, writing and more.

  • From Raising Steppe Sisters

    Raising Steppe Sisters
    Lora, writer of Raising Steppe Sisters, has already had time to send her daughters to a summer camp. She got to relive a few sweet memories of summers past, and now her kids will get to make new memories while she relaxes in a quiet house. Are your kids going to a camp this year?

  • From Whole Parenting Family

    Whole Parenting Family
    The beauty of summer lies in all the special times you'll get to spend together. The downside? Occasional whining and tantrums. Nell, the voice behind Whole Parenting Family, wrote about her five ways to cut down on whining. What are your go-to ways to handle a whining child?

  • From Amber Nicole

    Amber Nicole
    Are you short on activities to keep the kids entertained this summer? Try this list of 10 activities Amber, of Amber Nicole,pulled together. From crafts to games and ways to keep their brains working, she found something for every kid's personality.

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