When Should My Child Start Seeing a Dentist? + Free Printable Tooth Brushing Chart

When Should My Child Start Seeing a Dentist? – Tips on caring for your child’s teeth and a free printable tooth brushing chart to make brushing fun and part of their daily routine! This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of First Impressions Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics. The opinions are all mine. “When should my child start seeing a dentist?” Just like you, I wondered the same thing after having our first son, Dane. Did you know that {Read More}

Printable Potty Training Chart

Printable Potty Training Chart – FREE, printable potty training chart! Use stickers, or frame and use a dry erase marker to mark off success. Child earns a reward when the chart is filled! Thank you to Clorox® for sponsoring this post. All the content and opinions expressed here are all my own. Ahh, yes. I know why you’re here. You have a little one in the family who is transitioning from diapers to the potty, don’t you? Maybe you’re the {Read More}

Printable Morning Routine Charts

Printable Morning Routine Charts – Free printable kids morning routine charts to help teach kids independence and provide guidance for their morning routine! Charts for boys and girls! Today we’re talking about getting up in the morning. If you’re visiting today, you’re probably here to snag these printable morning routine charts for your little kiddos. Before you do, hear me out for a second. As adults, you might agree that it’s not always easy to just pop out of bed in {Read More}

Meat and Seafood Temperature Guide

Meat and Seafood Temperature Guide – What a lifesaver this FREE printable is when cooking in the kitchen or grilling out on the patio! This is such a great chart to have on hand to reference appropriate internal temperatures for meat and seafood! How many times have you scoured the internet, looking for appropriate cooking times for certain meats and seafood? I’ve done it more times than I can count, and so I thought, “If I’m doing it, others must {Read More}

Printable Bedtime Routine Charts

Before Josh and I had kids, we would come home from work at the end of the day, fix something for dinner (or order out), chat about the day, watch a little TV or go on a walk and then head to bed to get a good night’s sleep. Did you catch the key phrase “before kids?” These days, our evenings are a bit more structured. They have to be. My kids thrive off structure and routine. Do yours, too? Today {Read More}