Mom: Tough Job!

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Being a mom is a tough job… but it’s also beneficial as much. It is a 24-hour job that leaves very little to allow the mom some precious ‘me’ time. But unlike other jobs, being a mom is probably one of the most rewarding for the way it beats any money scale for the highest {Read More…}

Baby Gifts – Last Minute Ideas To The Rescue

Raising Reagan | Baby Gifts - Last Minute Ideas To The Rescue

A new baby arriving in the world is understandably an event that requires celebrating and commemorating, but many find that choosing the right gift can be quite a challenge, especially if you are not up to speed with what a new-born baby might need. The proud new mom might have made life a lot easier {Read More…}

From the Heart: Help a Child Create a Mother’s Day Poem

Raising Reagan | From the Heart: Help a Child Create a Mother's Day Poem

If you’re looking for a heartfelt, creative and inexpensive Mother’s Day gift this year, you could consider writing a poem. It’s a great way to make your mum feel truly special and to put down in your own words just how much you love and care for her. It’s also a great way to engage {Read More…}

Stage By Stage: What You Need To Know About Your Child’s Developing Feet

Raising Reagan | Stage By Stage: What You Need To Know About Your Child's Developing Feet

Few things are cuter than pudgy little baby feet. But even as you’re kissing those tiny toes, your child’s feet are starting a development process that will last about eighteen years. Since those feet will have to carry him for the rest of his life, let’s take a look at what you should know to {Read More…}

Best Places To Take Your Children For Vacation

Raising Reagan | Best Places To Take Your Children For Vacation {Guest Post}

Family holidays are a time for bonding, a chance to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and attempt something different within a varied culture. Family holidays should offer a little something for all ages and a spot of research will be required beforehand. It’s important to look for deals and ensure {Read More…}

Do Kids Need to Wear Sunglasses? {Guest Post}

Raising Reagan | Do Kids Need to Wear Sunglasses? {Guest Post}

When we see someone wearing sunglasses outside of summer, we automatically assume they’re just trying to look cool. The truth is, there is no such thing as “off season” when it comes to eye protection. Sure, in summer the sun is brighter and more visible, but UV rays don’t just disappear during the cold season. {Read More…}

Top 4 Mocktails to Serve at Your Next Party {Guest Post}

Raising Reagan | Top 4 Mocktails to Serve at Your Next Party {Guest Post}

Is it your spouse’s birthday next month and you are planning to give him a surprise birthday party? Then you must be ready with the invitations, and decide on the variety of drinks and food. It is a great idea to serve your guests only mocktails and some exotic food items. Mocktails are the colorful {Read More…}

Newbie Parents: How a Newborn Doesn’t Need to Drain Your Wallet {Guest Post}

Raising Reagan | Newbie Parents: How a Newborn Doesn't Need to Drain Your Wallet

You’re almost ready to bring the newborn home from the hospital. You’re so excited. It’s an entirely new little human being. So much to do. So much to see. But babies cost money. This is no surprise to you, but it might be for your bank account. So, how do you bring a wonderful new {Read More…}

Travelling To Morocco With Children {Guest Post}

Raising Reagan | Travelling To Morocco With Children {Guest Post}

It’s all too easy to stick to the beaten tourist trail when you’re travelling with children – after all, it’s so much more convenient to go somewhere where there are specific family attractions, where the supermarkets sell baby wipes and the food your little ones are familiar with, and where if you’ve forgotten to bring {Read More…}

Grandparents Guide: How to Keep the Grandchildren Entertained {Guest Post}

Raising Reagan | Grandparents Guide: How to Keep the Grandchildren Entertained {Guest Post}

Apple, Samsung, Amazon and other major tech companies don’t make versions of their gadgets for children. They leave the child tech market to toy manufacturers. Children mostly don’t miss child-specific products, either. They tend to be happy to use iPads, iPods and Kindle e-book readers just the same as grown-ups. If you’re planning on getting {Read More…}

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