Passionate About the Washington DC area
and the Moms Who Live Here

Toddler RSS feed for this section

IMG_4794

Celebrate My Gym Bethesda & My Gym Potomac’s 35 Years at their Open House

My Gym Bethesda and My Gym Potomac are a long-standing local Washington, DC Area businesses that provide indoor space for kids to play and learn. I recently took our 21-month-old to the My Gym Bethesda location and we had a wonderful “date” to play and watch his skills on various equipment. If you haven’t been […]

Continue Reading 0
LR_-(17-of-52) (1)

Raised Real is Easy Peasy {Plus Free Upcoming Event & Coupon Code!}

This post is sponsored by Raised Real, but the commentary is genuine and completely my own. Raised Real is a new box subscription service for healthy single-serve meals for babies and toddlers. I just tried my first ever box of Raised Real Foods for our 21-month-old and I love it! I easily ordered my box online […]

Continue Reading 0
IMG_0549

3 Picky Eater Solutions for Toddlers

My daughter has never been a big eater. When we introduced solids at 6 months, she had no interest. At our pediatrician’s recommendation, we didn’t push the solid food too hard, but continued trying for months with no progress at all. Finally, around 12 months, she started to eat some solids. Today at just over […]

Continue Reading 0
Train at Smithsonian Museum

Trains to See, Trains to Ride: The Ultimate Guide to Trains in the Washington, DC Area

All aboard!  Very few things excite both my son and daughter quite like a train.  And, the DC area has no shortage of full scale and miniature trains for kids to explore.  This guide includes three categories of train attractions.  The first is Trains to See, there are plenty of model trains and museums with […]

Continue Reading 0
Closeup of rainbow spring toy background

Joy’s Screen Time Limits

I just wrote a post about having the confidence to just say no to more and more screen time for our little ones. And how freeing, calming, and joyful it is to watch your children delve into a variety of activities on their own or with friends when they are not in front of a screen. […]

Continue Reading 2