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Motherhood

 

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how to wean a toddler and stop breastfeeding - experiences with my 2-year-old - mom's blog

How to wean a toddler and stop breastfeeding? – My experiences with our 2-year-old

Do you also love real stories of real mothers, stories which can help others, give advice or show that different situations are normal? Without adding below the story a forum for mutual attacks of opposite motherhood options? Well, for today I have the topic of how to wean a toddler who do not want to …

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Nature-bathing. I’m taking you on a trip near your place of living

Today I am going to lead you on a trip to a place I do not know. To a place that you know, or you can get to know it quite easily. The beneficial influence of nature Relaxation I strongly believe in the beneficial effects of time spent in the open air, outside the city, …

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family beach bag essentials when you travel with toddlers - minimalist mom's blog

Family beach bag essentials when you travel with toddlers

Below I present what we were taking to the beach on our holidays last year for two adults and our two Boys, aged then 2 and 4. You can be sure that on our family beach bag essentials list you’ll find only essentials, basics, and no heavy, fancy, unnecessary gadgets because the packing is done …

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How to teach your kid to ride a bike (on two wheels) – my experiences while teaching our 4-year-old

Cycling is a universal and obvious skill today, so every parent is trying to teach this child as early as possible. And sometimes it’s not easy to convince a little human, to explain to him that you really can get the balance and encourage him to dare. (I write this from the perspective of a …

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Real-life preschool homeschool daily schedule which is working for our family

There are still parents who believe that no pre-school teacher is a better person than mom and dad for the kid to spend hours and hours with them, every day. There are still people valuing family bonds and relationships, and time spent with the closest one. There are still adults thinking that the kid of …

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Minimalism with kids and why I can’t imagine it any other way

Many people tend to think about minimalism with kids as something unrealistic or unreasonable. Something weird or impossible to create and maintain. Let’s fastly look why it’s easy to think so. Firstly, we think that having much stuff is connected to having kids at home, or even that it’s necessary. Maybe it’s because the market …

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5 rules for decluttering toys by a minimalist mom

Minimalism with kids and why I can’t imagine it any other wayIt’s more than seven years since I’m a minimalist. Today I have no problem parting with things. Most categories of items at my home are well decluttered, organized, put on their places and revised from time to time. And yes, I’ve written most categories. …

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Discovering your feminity, Feminine Traits for Beginners. Why Do Women Wish for a Slower, Simpler Life?

Why do women wish for a slower, simpler life? Feminine traits for beginners

Recently, in my regular self-development listenings, going from one person to another, form one teacher to another, I’ve stumbled upon the subject of feminity and feminine traits. Feminity which is defined far deeper than high-heels and makeup. It’s about all women’s nature: how our body works, how our mental, spiritual and emotional worlds look like. …

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How to Live Happier despite Mother’s Exhaustion

The everyday, physical reality of being a mom of little kids is tiredness. The mother’s exhaustion Especially if you choose to take care of your kids by yourself. Especially if you have no extended family living near you to help on weekends. Especially if your husband is working and commuting long hours. Especially if you …

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Daily: A Big Challenge of Today’s Homeschooling Parents

I prefer to look on the positive side of life and to see solutions and not to complain and name problems. But sometimes publishing a complaining text is a matter of showing the whole picture and not misleading people. So what is the big homeschooling parents’ challenge today? It is called the nuclear family + the …

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Motherhood and Introversion, Kids an Silence

Daily: Motherhood and Introversion, Kids and Silence (What!?)

Today a few words on how I survive wearing on me two tags: motherhood and introversion. For those of you who don’t know me yet, I must start with writing that I’m a homepreschooling stay at home mom of two energetic Boys. The Older is four. Which means: the Older is in the most jumping-beating-biting time in …

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homeschooling resources for beginners

Homeschooling resources for beginners: articles and learning materials

A few weeks ago I’ve introduced to you what are many parents’ reasons to homeschool and homepreschool their kids. For readers who are interested in this subject and asked me questions to develop this subject, I’m sharing a few homeschooling resources for beginners to help parents on the journey. Among them, you’ll find the why’s, the how’s …

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Best Baby Carriers 2018 Reviewed by a Minimalist Mom of Two Boys

Best Baby Carriers 2018 Reviewed by a Minimalist Mom of Two Boys

Last month I was choosing a new carrier for Younger. The one that we had, of a recognizable and not cheap brand, started to feel very uncomfortable when our son got bigger because the carrier doesn’t have a waist belt! I don’t know how I could buy a carrier without a waist belt. I knew …

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One More Argument That We Value Experiences More Than Things

Imagine how many gifts kids that you know could get last Christmas. Think of your kids, kids of your extended family, friends or neighbors. Let say a kid got 17 gifts and many of them were expected and waited for, so they should be enjoyed. Now let’s imagine this Christmas the kid gets 2 gifts. Or one, …

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Let kids play, move and smile! 11 Crucial Reasons to Homeschool Your Kids. Written by European Entrepreneurial Parents

11 Crucial Reasons to Homeschool Your Kids. Written by European Entrepreneurial Parents

If living a more and more conscious life is interesting for you, you’ve probably stumbled upon the subject of homeschooling. Because the default setting is sending kids to school, when you’ve seen the term homeschooling for the first time, probably you’ve thought: But why do people do this? Below I present 11 reasons to homeschool that are important to me …

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