National Siblings Day!
National Siblings Day is coming up over the weekend, so we want to shout out to all the parents raising two or more kiddos under the same roof! Here at Buggie Huggie, we know shopping with one toddler is tricky enough, but as soon as you add multiple little ones, it can become a full-time job keeping everyone safe & entertained in the store together!
Beyond public outings, it’s important to establish a strong, dependable relationship among your children as they begin to understand their roles as siblings. Here are some tips to encourage your kids to get along better, both in and out the grocery store:
National Love Our Children Day!
Each month, there are lots of nationally recognized days… but this month is special because it is all about our children! In fact, ‘National Love Our Children Day’ is celebrated annually in April to help raise awareness & educate families toward healthier & happier times together.
The pressures of parenting can be overwhelming for stressed out families who are already facing tons of other challenges. Our mission at Buggie Huggie is to help reduce that stress on parents so that they can have more peaceful time connecting and enjoying their kids. No parent is perfect, so we have to help each other by sharing encouragement, wisdom, and resources that help us when parenting gets hard. Continue reading for tips on how to connect with your little ones!
Celebrating National Crayon Day with Your Little One!
We are all about celebrating the little things here at Buggie Huggie, and who doesn’t love a fun, creative coloring session?! Since National Crayon Day is March 31 and Easter is just a few days later on April 4, let’s make some adorable Easter art with our littles!
How to Teach Your Toddler About Disabilities
If you and your little one have ever been out shopping and met someone with a disability, you might have mixed feelings about how things went. Did your toddler blurt out something embarrassing? Did you feel a rush of shame, not knowing if you should say something or just try to move past them quickly with a smile?
How To Keep Kids Smiling Bright (Even In The Grocery Store!)
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Easy Tips for Shopping (& Baking!) With Your Toddler
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Good Gifts Mean Great Things
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Choosing Gratitude...Even Through the Pain
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Truths About Being a Good Mom
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The Best Gift You Can Ever Give Your Children
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Are You Making These 3 Shopping Mistakes With Your Kids?
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5 Tips to Avoid Kids Meltdowns at the Grocery Store
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How to Connect with Your Kids During Shopping
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Is It Possible to Have Hands Free Shopping with Kids?
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When Can My Baby Sit in the Seat of a Shopping Cart?
I wish I had a list of everything I googled during my first year as a new mom -- I had so much to learn about stages of development!
Safety Tips for Using the Buggie Huggie™ Shopping Cart Tray
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4 Benefits of Shopping & Social Skills for Your Child
Keeping kids safe is one of our core values, but we also know how important (and fun!) it is to help kids play & develop well along their journey.