Child Modeling 101

child modeling 101

We can bet you there isn’t one mother out there who doesn’t want their child to grace the cover of magazines, appear on television or say “my child is a model.” Alright we take it back, maybe there is a mom or two out there who wouldn’t want any of that. We can safely say that most moms would be ecstatic if their baby or child got into modeling and made a few bucks for their college fund. There are a few things you should know and consider when getting your child into modeling. Read on to get the low down on everything you need to know!

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7 Spooky Snacks for a Healthy Halloween

Halloween comes with its fair share of dressing up, face painting, tricks, and of course treats. While October 31st is notorious for bags of candy and sugar galore, there’s no reason why you can’t also incorporate some healthy food into your child’s Halloween. We’ve rounded up 7 creative, fun, and yummy snacks that will be sure to leave your little ghost howling for more!

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Creating a Mom’s Group


Being a part of a mom’s group is an excellent way for children to begin friendships-learning skills and building their self esteem, as well as yours! In those early months of being a new mom, being a member of any group may just be exactly what you need. Not only is it a great way to have your child interact with other children, but it allows you to get out and interact with other adults. What should you do if no one you know holds one? Read on to find how you (yes, you!) can create your very own successful mom’s group that everyone will enjoy.

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How to Teach Generosity to Children

How to Teach Generosity to Children

Generosity: the habit of giving without expecting anything in return.  This is an attribute that we hope that our children learn from us or the people surrounding them.  This may not come as naturally as we hoped to a young child.  Many times, as parents (and other influences), we will need to take the reigns to teach children about these qualities.  Generosity usually begins with children sharing their possessions with other peers.  Not only can you learn this important quality from home, but you can also incorporate it at school.  We have 7 great ways to show your children what generosity is!

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School Year Fashions

Most parents look for a few important factors when shopping for school clothing: price, durability, style and versatility. It’s essential to find pieces that are going to hold up to the natural wear and tear of your child playing on the playground day in and day out, but we also want them to look cute, too! We found the best of both worlds here and have rounded up a great collection of unique school clothing and accessories that are not only stylish, but are also made well so they can be cute from the start to the end of the school year! These clothes and accessories are perfect for the school playground and beyond and are great to wear any day of the year.

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Coping after a Miscarriage

Coping after a Miscarriage

Why did this happen? These are usually the first thoughts of a woman being given the news about one of the most horrible situations that one could possibly go through during pregnancy. The first thought goes to what you could have done differently. Your mind races about what could have been and what never will be for THIS baby. Whether it is your first or fourth, it will never be easy. It will never be the same. We are here to try and help you through this process of grieving and give you some ways to try and cope after your miscarriage.

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12 Things Teachers Want Parents To Know

Teachers don’t always get the opportunity to tell parents how they can work together to make children more successful in the classroom and beyond. At least not, perhaps, the things that teachers really want parents to know, but aren’t allowed to say.  We asked some current and veteran teachers to share with us the top things they wish all parents knew (in no particular order) to both support the teacher and their child’s ability to get the most out of their education.

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Lunch With A Punch: Alternative Ideas for Healthy Kids

It is back to the lunch packing grind for many parents! We know that it can be easy to fall back on the “Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich” train when you are rushing to get the kids out the door. However, did you know that children who eat a well balanced lunch often do better in school and are more alert? While breakfast is the most important meal of the day, lunch rounds in at a close second! Without your child in front of you, it can be difficult to monitor what they eat. You may have to up your game to get kids to actually eat what you’ve packed. Maybe your family follows a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle, perhaps your child has a gluten restriction, or possibly you are just looking for some awesome, healthy lunchbox tips and ideas! Well, you have certainly come to the right place!

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Dry Skin Brushing for Stretch Marks & Rejuvenation

Becoming a mother usually means streamlining our morning routine. This means finding any way possible to cut back our shower time, prep time, and cooking time. So, when someone tells you that they have something great that will add 5-10 minutes to your daily routine, it better be amazing! Dry skin brushing is nothing short of amazing! It is something that needs to be added to your routine. If not daily, at least work it into your occasional beauty routine. This ayurvedic cleaning philosophy removes dead skin & impurities, increases muscle tone, stimulates blood circulation, aids in reducing cellulite and stretch marks, assists in eliminating toxins from your body, prevents premature aging and so much more!

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School Year Favorites

A new school year has begun! Pencils are getting sharpened, lunches packed and new crayons are ready to be used. Besides the supply lists, there are many items your kids may need or want to help them make the most of the school year, so we have searched high and low to bring you the (best of the best) fun school year favorites.  These products are designed to help your child have the best school year yet, and also LAST the school year. In addition to being well made, we have rounded up products that are made with quality and eco-friendly materials so both your wallet and the Earth will be happier. So whether it’s reusable containers, adorable stationary, or some of the latest tech gear, whatever you are looking for- we’ve got you covered!

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Fun Turning One! 5 Unique Party Themes for Girls

 

Your little lady only has one first birthday party so this is definitely an opportunity to go all out as you celebrate her first year!  There are so many cute ideas and fun ways of celebrating, but we wanted to simplify some of these into 5 unique girl’s first birthday party themes.  We hope that you find something that suits your little one’s style and personality.  We have done the work and included shop links to printables, invitations, decorations, favor ideas and even something beautiful things for her to wear and accessorize with.  Read on to find out what could help you plan of this wonderful event – the only rule is to HAVE FUN!

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Superfood Breakfasts For Your School Aged Superstar

We have officially entered Back to School Season! Yellow school buses are everywhere, backpacks are filled and another year of learning has begun. In many homes, this means back to hectic mornings! Unfortunately, this can also mean falling into a lackadaisical routine when it comes to breakfast and morning eating habits. It can be so easy to shell out cereal when everyone is tired and trying to rush off to school. However, eating a healthy breakfast packed with superfoods will help your child to stay alert and perform better in class. Check out our simple, fresh and fantastically delicious breakfasts that will have your kids pumped up for the day ahead! And don’t worry – we have even put our superfood spin on cereal, the classic breakfast favorite!

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Rear Facing: Just The Facts

Did you know that September is Child Passenger Safety Month? Every day we get into the car with our children. We may be headed to bring them to school, run errands, visit family and friends or to just grab a bite to eat. Whether it be a short trip to the store, or a longer day trip we want to be sure that we our traveling with our children in the safest manner possible! Unfortunately, statistics state that car crashes are the leading cause of death and injury to children in the United States ages 1 to 12. As parents it is our job to ensure that they are protected to the best of our ability! Is rear facing and extended rear facing (ERF) the safest way to strap them in? Let’s take a look at the facts.

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Our Car Seat Journeys

Are you one of the “lucky” ones whose child loves the car and falls asleep before you are even out of the driveway?  Does your little one hate the car seat and cry at the sight of the car?  If you fall into either one of these categories, or even somewhere in between, the team here at Daily Mom knows just how you feel. Whether you flipped your child forward facing at one year old, are extended rear facing till four or fall somewhere in the middle, we can relate! In honor of National Child Passenger Safety Month we are bringing you some of our very own car seat triumphs, struggles and stories. After all, as parents, we all have one common goal, raising healthy and happy children in a safe environment.

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