Winter & Holiday Picks for Girls from The Children's Place

  *I received a gift card from Children’s Place in exchange for this post. All of the opinions are my own.  As the weather starts turning colder, it signals a usual ritual of going through closets and drawers to see what cold-weather stuff we need. My eldest daughter, who loves to wear cardigans, can make her short-sleeves Read More →

Easy Mason Jar Thanksgiving Centerpiece with Roses for the Kids Table

I’m hosting a Friendsgiving this weekend as a going away party for a great friend. I’ve hosted this kind of Thanksgiving dinner in the past and amassed quite a decor collection. But this will be the first party where we actually have a kids table. Since I’m all about the details and need to make Read More →

Reader Request: Age-Appropriate Tween Size for Little Girl

Reesa has a request for her 4 year old daughter who wears a 8, but is having trouble finding appropriate clothing for her age. The tween market has styles and cuts that are often too mature for the girls it dresses, but it’s nice when you find brands that offer the same clothes to both the little Read More →

4 Beauty & Fashion Musts for October - AMG Naturally Hair & Skin

I can’t say that there’s a theme to my post this week other than that they’re all things that I’ve either been using or wearing over the past few weeks.  The first 3 are new additions to my beauty routine and wardrobe, and then there’s one that I gleefully pull out of my closet around this Read More →


My girls love to dance. Whenever there’s a break in activity or extra time to waste, the iPad comes out and Spotfy opens up. There’s a lot of great catchy music available to them, and plenty of songs that inspire their dance moves, but the lyrics are not necessarily kid appropriate (e.g. Justin Bieber’s new Read More →

The Fancy Girls' Thanksgiving Outfits Selections

November is only a few days away and soon we’ll be joining family for Thanksgiving dinner. Since this holiday is more about the eating than the photo op, we don’t need to fuss about dressing to the 9′s. Since my older girls have very different styles, I had them assist with some outfit selections for young and tween-aged Read More →

Outfit Color Combinations with The Color Wheel

One important rule of fashion is that you don’t need to be matchy-matchy with every outfit. We all love a good monochromatic look–it’s sleek and requires very little thought– but you and your kids can get a lot more wear out of clothing and shoes when you learn about color combinations that work. We are Read More →

2 Ways to Wear Bold Printed Leggings

Bold printed leggings are everywhere. I’m always drawn to the different designs, but fall short on buying any for myself. I never think I can pull it off for everyday wear (as opposed to activewear), but with kids is different. Have you seen children’s clothing stores? There are bold colors and patterns everywhere! Kids can Read More →

DIY Halloween Fascinators

There are many ways to get into the Halloween spirit without wearing an actual costume. In my latest blog post for FabKids, I show how to make 2 Halloween fascinators with supplies from the dollar store. You don’t have to break the bank to be fabulous! Click here for instructions and have fun creating!

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If your child is not enrolled in a gymnastics class, then something like a cartwheel might not come so easily for him or her. My eldest, who is 7, has been working on a cartwheel since the summer since a lot of her friends can do one. I can do one, but I found that Read More →