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Why I Brought My Children to the Women’s March

There are so many things I want to pass along to my children–a love for Harry Potter books, chocolate chip cookie baking hacks, and an understanding that they could make a difference in our world.  Over the weekend, my husband and I took our three children with us to participate in the Women’s March in Los Angeles.

 

Many shared why they marched on social media using the hashtag #whyImarch, but today I wanted to share why we brought children to the march.

 

What To Do When Your Child Has Lice

Lice. Just saying the word, and everyone’s head starts itching.  Those tiny little buggers sure do make my head crawl and my blood boil.

 

2017 started out with scratching, itching, and a whole heck of a lot of laundry.  I remember having lice as a kid, but when I found them on my daughter’s head I was in a bit of a tailspin.  How do I get rid of them? What supplies do I need? Do I burn the house down & start over?  Today I’m here to share what I’ve learned with you.
 

Tips for Taking Kids to the Theater

Feed them, clothe them, make sure they’ve seen every classic Disney film. The job of parent can sound pretty simple when you boil it down to just the essentials. But I have such big dreams for my girls, and I want so much more for them than just the run-of-the-mill life.

 

To ensure they’re well rounded, my husband and I are trying to expose our children to the arts. With our oldest being only 8 years old, there’s a bit of training involved with this exposure.

 

Talking to Kids about Going to a New School

The last day of school was full of excitement. No more homework, no more early mornings. But it was also bittersweet. It was also my children’s last day at the only school they’ve ever known.  Thankfully, I had some powerful allies in talking to my kids about switching schools, the Disney Princesses.