RealityMom Joey Fortman has found the best beach toys to make your trip to the beach or boardwalk a little more enjoyable with little ones!
I stepped funny before school drop off—I was probably doing and thinking of a thousand different things at the time, in that way that anyone who has ever gotten a kid off to school is fully familiar with—and felt a pop.
RealityMom Joey Fortman does a review of the perfect summer kids products that you need to enjoy with the kids for backyard survival this year!
It’s summer, which means warm weather, road trips, and vacations to see Grandma—which means I also get a few to read a good book!
I’m a college-educated, successful businesswoman and mom. I even drive a Honda Pilot. And I still get judged because I have a lot of tattoos.
Board games are a great holiday gift idea to disconnect your kids from the devices and get them into real life. We’ve got our top five picks!
I used to invite my friends in to listen to my Michael Jackson album. (And yes…this now sounds like a “back in my day, we used to have to walk 30 miles in the snow UPHILL to get to school…and GAH I feel old.)
Although the use of e-readers and other digital platforms is on the rise, a 2016 survey found that 65% of Americans preferred printed books. And our #RealityMoms writers will tell you that a love of books and reading started in childhood. So for International Children’s Books Day, who better to ask which books kids love the most?
This week, the Internet was abuzz with talk of “Lady Doritos,” the latest in a series of gaffes by a major brand. The story went that Doritos was in the process of formulating a “lady-friendly” chip that would be “quieter” and “less messy” since, as we all know, if there’s
This is a sponsored post by General Mills. All opinions are my own. I may not be the best cook in the world but I can rock the baking and the no-bake recipes like no other! The holidays are my favorite time of the year and it excites me to
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Going to the zoo can be a great way to spend the day as a family. There is so much to see and talk about, and great memories can be made. However, like most family outings, there is also the potential for the trip not to turn out how you