Airlines can’t stay out the news lately can they? They seem to always be doing something awful to passengers. From the doctor who was beat down for not giving up his seat to the mother who was nearly knocked out by her own stroller as it wielded by an airport flight attendant, it seems that flying with baby is mighty perilous these days. Don’t worry, Sassy Plum is here to help you figure out how to do this. You CAN do this mom. You can fly safely and efficiently with your baby, your infant, your toddler or your young kid. And hopefully you can do it with minimal issues.
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Healthy checkout? Are changes needed?
Do your kids drive you nuts at the grocery store?
Are you at your wit’s end by the time you reach the checkout counter?
Is the candy and junk food loaded checkout lane the breaking point for your kids mega-meltdowns and your sanity?
Guess what? Both stay-at-home moms and moms who work outside the home use the hell out of their digital devices and spend a lot of time on social media and watching streamed television shows and movies.
Recently Halle Berry was criticized for NOT showing her kids’ full faces on Instagram. After posting a photo of their faces cropped out, one follower questioned her and implied that she was possibly “ashamed” of her children. The critic asked, “What’s with the hiding of the faces? They’re beautiful children why not show them off?”
If you have one or more children in your backseat, chances are you are too familiar with this scene. Spats, fighting, crying, debates about who is touching whom, or who is looking at whom. Back seat wars that will drive the sanest mom crazy! This dad figured out a brilliant way to separate his triplets and restore the peace. Who’d ever think that car seat dividers would be the answer to this old-age problem? This genius solution is funny and brilliant at the same time!
For more on this story posted on Today, please click here.
Prep Time: 25 mins
Cook Time: 40 mins
Want to make a peach cobbler your family and guests will line up for? Do you need an excuse to sneak down to the kitchen late at night and enjoy a mommy snack alone? Try this yummy treat!
Prep Time: 30 mins
Cook Time: 35 mins