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Kid Things:: Shopping Solution for Busy Parents

I just had the best experience shopping for clothes for my three – count them, THREE, children. Imagine this: I got to casually and calmly browse clothing. For three kids. Without getting a sitter. Without leaving my house. With a stylist searching for options exclusively for my little ones.  No stress. No snacks. No problem. Thanks to Kid Things, I kept my cool and scored some majorly cute finds for my cuties. What is Kid Things? In short, Kid Things is a convenient way for busy parents to purchase clothing for their children. If Stitch Fix and Amazon Prime were to have a love...

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Review:: Post Pal Club

At our house, we love to take it old school and write actual letters. You know, the kind that requires a stamp and a short walk to the mailbox, followed by participation from the US Postal Service and appropriate wait time for a response. Ah, the nostalgia of wait time and pencil-and-paper writing in this fast paced world set by technology. It’s refreshing, to say the least. When I first heard about the Post Pal Club, I was excited about the simplicity of personalized pre-stamped post cards that came ready for my children to write and send! When I saw the cute designs...

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Little Adventures:: Review and Giveaway

Mojitos & Munchkins recently had the opportunity to review a fabulous new product on the market, and are happy to share it with our readers! Our two little “pet vets in training” were beyond thrilled to get home to see this package! The Little Pet Clinic Chair Cover is great because it lets you transform any chair into an immediate play area! Kids can have the fun without taking up prime real estate in your family room…. And who doesn’t love that concept as a parent? We love the chair cover because of all of its’ intricate details. In addition...

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Review:: Cozy Phones

Hey mamas, raise your hand if any of this sounds familiar…. Your toddler wants to wear headphones but none are the right size. The headsets are too big and the speakers are HUGE on their tiny heads. Because of the size disparity, the entire airplane can hear the Frozen soundtrack, but your child is too irritated that they keep sliding off that she JUST. CAN’T. HEAR. ANYTHING. Now your fellow passengers have screams and toddler rants on top of Elsa trying to Let It Go. Well, get ready to have your MINDS BLOWN. I know mine was. I have no idea how...

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Review:: Pad Of Planes by Yelling Yak

What do fun paper designs + unique airplane folding instructions + a 7-year old boy have in common?? If you guessed that all point to a REALLY FUN night of FAMILY EXCITEMENT and building the COOLEST PAPER AIRPLANES YOU’LL EVER SEE, then you are absolutely correct! We recently received Pad of Planes from Yelling Yak and cannot say enough GOOD about it. From initially opening the pad of papers, it was obvious to see that the designs were BRIGHT and COLORFUL and would be exciting for a kid of any age. Upon further examination, I was overly joyed {as a parent} to find that the...

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The Unfathomable Thing I Did Today While My Girls Played…

Today, I read a book. TWO chapters of a book, to be exact. And I didn’t put the book down once, not even when my two year old was crying that her sister took a toy OR when my four year old started screaming at her sister that she was going to “Tell mommy on you.” While I would be lying if I tried to say I was actively watching or paying attention to what they were doing, from what I gather, my two daughters had an elaborate set up that crossed different environments, and they used their imaginations to role play...

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Children’s Book Review:: “The Magic Of My Name”

In a market where there are countless children’s books to choose from, there are certain features that set some apart from others. Personalization is one of those items. Any time you can personalize a book to make a child feel like the author had them (and only them) in mind, you are guaranteed to get smiles and extra nighttime snuggles. That is exactly what I got from my son after he received The Magic Of My Name. Created by The Story Tailors, who believed in the right for all children to experience magic, this book tells the tale of how a child got...

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Make Something Monday:: EASY Sugar Cookies

I always read recipes that claim “easy” and then look through their 89 ingredients and 401 steps before humming the “Liar, liar, pants on fire” tune in my brain. In scouring for cookies that my littles could help with, I found a gift from Pinterest! These Sugar Cookies from Inspired Dreamer. They really are simple, they really do have a limited amount of ingredients as far as baking goes, (Full disclosure: Cream of Tarter is included, and I did have to purchase that), and they DO involve sprinkles. Which is an absolute bonus for your tiniest bakers. Enjoy!!

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Can We Stop With Evening Activities Already??

Dear World, Can we all just agree that evening activities are AWFUL? I get it, my kid likes basketball…. I get it, my kid is good at gymnastics. I get it… Being on a team shapes a person and builds skills that they otherwise wouldn’t have. Yadda, yadda, yadda. I still think it’s RIDICULOUS that we spend our nights carting kids around, doing kid swaps if you’re lucky enough to not fly solo, high-fiving family members court side while grabbing half your team to shuttle to the next destination, stuffing our faces with what we try to pass as “dinner” so...

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When Did You Stop Holding My Hand?

Dear B, Today while walking you out to the bus, a wave of nostalgia ran over me. It dawned on me that we weren’t holding hands. You were walking by yourself. Independently of me. Almost as if you didn’t need me. Yes, yes, you are 7 years old. You certainly don’t NEED me to hold your hand. You know the path, you know the route, you’re steady on your feet. But you held my hand long after these things were in tact as a toddler. Ya know that organic happening where we are walking next to each other and your...

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