Easter is such a fun time of year. But like so many holidays, it can also be packed with sugar, especially for children. When you have a community Easter egg hunt with candy-filled eggs followed by a lunch at grandma’s with tons of sugary desserts, the last thing you want to give your kids is more sugar. Unfortunately, store aisles are filled with tons of different candies to stuff into your kids’ Easter baskets, and there can be a lot of pressure to pack your kid’s Easter baskets with sugar. If you’re committed to creating a candy-free Easter basket that your kids will love, here are some tips and tricks.
You’ve always known that time is a commodity, but never has that felt as true as in the first few months after you have a baby. Babies eat so often that you feel like your day is broken into 2-3-hour chunks. You’re tied to your watch, and the day can seem to drag, but it can also feel like you had no time to finish anything important. So how do you “get it all done” as a new parent? The truth is, no parent gets it all done, but with these time-saving parenting hacks, you can get more done than you think.