Little Lotus – EMBRACE Innovations

Mothers want nothing more than to give their very best to their little ones. This thought rings true for mothers everywhere.

Embrace has helped more than 150,000 babies across 10 countries around the world. Embrace’s vision for helping mothers and newborns around the world is brilliant and commendable.

Little Lotus: Help your baby rest + Give to a baby in need.

Watch this video to understand more. :)

Little Lotus Video from Jane on Vimeo.

 

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Moccasins Love

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When it comes to shoes, every child should definitely own a pair of these beautiful Moccasins by Freshly Picked!

These soft-soled shoes are made with 100% genuine leather and are suitable for infants and toddlers alike. Moccasins fit true to size and are available in children sizes 1 – 10. And even though your child will outgrow them really quick, the beauty about these moccasins is the simple fact that they are very easy to wear / remove, require no lacing and they STAY on your little one’s feet.

My favorite pairs have to be Golden Rod and Pineapple!

Hop over to their website now! :)

A is for Applesauce

a is for applesauce

Have you been thinking of fun and creative ways to teach your preschooler letters of the alphabet? One dad has found a way to make this milestone even more special (and delicious) for his daughter.

Graphic designer Tommy Perez found not only a fun way to teach his daughter letters of the alphabet, but allows him to share his love for design and typography with her as well. As what Tommy mentioned in his article,

I love that she’s not only learning about food and letters, but also gaining great life skills.

What an intriguing and meaningful way to learn and bond with your preschooler, yes?

Read the full article HERE! :)

The Passion of Parenting

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Parenting is the hardest job in the world, but also the most rewarding.

This heart-warming article by Charles M. Blow has so much honesty and love. Parenting is indeed a marathon, not a sprint. As Charles pointed out, it is important to take care of yourself and give at least some attention to your own needs.

And as an Early Childhood Educator, I couldn’t agree more with what Charles mentioned in his article,

“…remember that the more people a child has who truly loves him or her,

the happier that child will be.

So I work hard to maintain and expand their circles of love.”

Read the full article HERE! :)

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