Warning: Missing argument 2 for wpdb::prepare(), called in /home/content/82/9331282/html/blog/wp-content/plugins/category-icons/category_icons.php on line 1047 and defined in /home/content/82/9331282/html/blog/wp-includes/wp-db.php on line 1291
Toddlers

Toddlers

Post image for Stocking Stuffer Ideas from Sweetbottoms!

Having trouble thinking of stocking stuffers this Christmas?  We’re here to help!  Check out this list of fun gift ideas for your little one.  With the fast, free shipping from Sweetbottoms, your stocking stuffers will arrive with plenty of time!!! 1. Piggy Paint – Piggy Paint is a non-toxic, low odor, kid-friendly nail polish. It’s safe for […]

{ 0 comments }

Tula Baby Carrier | Product Review

by Amanda on 11 February, 2015

Post image for Tula Baby Carrier | Product Review

Tula Baby Carrier | Toddler Tula | Product Review for Sweetbottoms Baby Boutique I was introduced into the world of babywearing about a year after the birth of my first son. I had a moby wrap with my 1st but rarely used it due to its rather difficult instructions (especially for a beginner). It’s a […]

{ 0 comments }

Post image for Featured Natural Product: BALM! Baby Diaper Balm {and 1st Aid!}

Vivid colored leaves fall to the ground, and the cool air comforts you at night. Fall weather is wonderful, but the cold air tends to cause dry, cracked skin! Luckily for us, we have BALM! Baby Diaper Balm {and 1st Aid!}, an ALL ORGANIC multipurpose balm, which can also be used to treat just about […]

{ 0 comments }

Post image for Moving Tips for Families with Children

I’m sure there are more stressful things in life, but packing up and moving to a new state has been a HUGE event in our lives this year. At first, it really doesn’t seem all that difficult. I’ve moved to several states and even stayed in a different country for a semester. I felt like I […]

{ 1 comment }

Post image for Young Living Thieves Oil and Green Air Diffuser

  We recently started carrying Young Living Essential Oils and Green Air AromaMister Ultrasonic Essential Oil Diffusers, and couldn’t be happier about it. Essential Oils have many wonderful uses, and are especially easy to use with a quality diffuser! I interviewed CARE instructor Christina Hagan, of Healthy Steps NC, to learn more about Young Living Essential Oils […]

{ 0 comments }

Post image for Featured Natural Product: Motherlove Diaper Rash and Thrush

Although my first baby was a breastfeeding champ, he was riddled with constant diaper rashes. Rough, painfully irritated yeast rashes that just wouldn’t go away. We tried what seemed like every cream and ointment on the market to no avail, passing the yeast back and forth. Itchy and in pain, we reached for Motherlove Diaper […]

{ 0 comments }

Tula Baby Carriers

by Beth on 11 August, 2014

Post image for Tula Baby Carriers

I thought I had it all figured out. My first born was sleeping through the night, I was making him healthy meals (which he enjoys!), I had just converted to cloth diapers, and I was starting to have time to clean the house again. Then I had another baby. Holding an infant while chasing a […]

{ 0 comments }

DIY Calendar {for Kids}

by Sarah on 7 July, 2014

Post image for DIY Calendar {for Kids}

Using a daily calendar with your child opens so many educational possibilities. It’s such a simple and natural way to introduce concepts like yesterday/today/tomorrow, days of the week, months of the year, and numbers. I’ll get into more ideas about using a calendar, but first I want to share how I made my own DIY […]

{ 2 comments }

Ten on Ten June

by Sarah on 10 June, 2014

Post image for Ten on Ten June

Here’s my installment for Ten on Ten June (Read more about the project by Rebekah Gough on her blog.) Summer is really and truly here, but the only real difference it’s making for me is that it’s hot and crowded! My kids don’t go to school, so I don’t really have that “summer break” vibe going […]

{ 0 comments }

Post image for Teaching Preschoolers about Weather

Teaching preschoolers about weather can be a simple yet effective way to integrate comparison, vocabulary and even simple math into your daily routine. Part of our daily homeschool activities involves a quick look at a calendar (I’ll share that later) and a super-simple weather report. My son looks out the window and decides if it’s […]

{ 1 comment }