A quick Google search will give you a ton of information on how to raise smart and successful kids. Yet when asked what parents truly want, the most common response across age, income, gender, ethnicity, etc. is: “I just want my children to be happy.” This makes sense. Happier kids are more likely to turn into successful, accomplished adults–whatever that may mean. The definition of success can vary from person to person. It is subjective and not truly quantifiable but happiness, fulfillment, joy–these are the most obvious states of being anyone can have. You can identify happy people almost immediately, even with just the way they carry themselves, and all the more when they start to speak. There is a light to them that people naturally gravitate toward and their presence alone is a blessing. Who wouldn’t want that for themselves, much more for their child? So here are six science-backed ways you can raise happy kids.
One wasn’t enough, so Thirdy celebrated his 7th birthday with two themes combined–Lego and Jurassic Park! I’m telling you this is awesome, so you better scroll down now and see the superb styling of Party Magic through Happy Folks Studio’s snaps!
Most often the first sign of pregnancy, morning sickness is a common complaint that can be quite challenging for expecting mommas. Although popularly known or referred to as morning sickness, nausea and vomiting in pregnancy actually varies with different women–with some experiencing it in the afternoon or the evening, and some who experience any-time-of-the-day sickness or all-day sickness. So if you’re looking for ways to help ease this rather gloomy phase of pregnancy, here are a few things you can try.
It’s the end of the week and the end of the month, and I’ve got just the thing to finish off this marvelous month of May. Rheia Ramos Yeo Photography sent in this delightful set of birthday girl Mandy’s celebration, and the absolutely dainty Alice in Wonderland theme is making me smile. See if it’ll make you smile too by scrolling down.