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The TTPM Guest Blogger Program highlights a variety of online voices to share personal stories, offer family-friendly tips, and connect with TTPM readers. If you are interested in more information on how to become a guest blogger for TTPM, please contact Christie Damato: cdamato@litzkypr.com.

  • 10 Kid-Friendly Outdoor Party Games

    By Heather Dalton

    Summer is the perfect time to entertain outdoors, and kids of all ages will enjoy playing these 10 fun and easy outdoor party games! […]

  • 4 Hot Wheels Party-Planning Tips

    By Dawn Smith

    If you have a little boy, having a Hot Wheels birthday party is a no-brainer. The cost of themed party goods can add up fast, so with a little planning and a few tips, you can throw a memorable bash that won't cost several car payments. […]

  • How to Throw a DIY LEGO Ninjago Birthday Party

    By Stacy LaFontant

    When I was growing up, birthday parties were so simple: cake and ice cream, family, and a couple of friends. It seemed like there wasn't much to plan. Nowadays I find myself at one amazing, unique, seemingly expensive kid's party after the next. […]

  • How to throw a UNIQUE Barbie party using personalized party printables!

    By Tonya Coleman

    Your daughter's birthday party is coming up and she wants a Barbie themed party! You want to create a custom and personalized party for her - what do you do? […]

  • DIY Kids Birthday Party on a Budget

    By Diana Miller

    Throwing a birthday party that will wow your friends and family is a lot easier than you may think. You can also pull it off with a limited budget. One fun way that you can help keep the cost down is to make your own decorations. I mean, what child wouldn't love to see a birthday banner with her name on it? Sure, you can pick up one of those generic "Happy Birthday" signs at the dollar store, but why do that when making a personalized one is really simple and cheap? As long as you have a printer, some paper, and string (or ribbon), you are good to go! […]

  • How "Wrong Direction" Got Us Closer to Our Tweens

    By Cristy Clavijo-Kish and Katherine Doble-Cannata

    When children are in their preschool years, it seems easy to engage yourself in the things they like because they're often so cute. You sing the theme songs to their favorite TV programs, read silly books, buy them their favorite characters, and so on. When kids get older, their "loves" are less cute, ranging from superhero stories that are getting more graphic, human, and less animated to your daughter starting to "gasp" over the lead singer in the latest boy band. Many of us have been there ourselves, but we forget the sheer excitement that singing the latest song from that oh-so-amazing boy band can cause in young fans' hearts. […]

  • Creating Custom Nursery Decor

    By Angelo Digangi

    No two babies in the world are alike. From the day a precious little one is born, that child will exude his or her own personality, quirks, likes, and dislikes. So don't you want to make your babe's bedroom just as unique? While retailers offer plenty of cookie-cutter options for furnishing a nursery, one of the best ways to achieve an inimitable space that has as much character as your cutie is to include custom furniture pieces. And with a bit of creative vision, DIY elbow grease, and low- or no-VOC paint, you can make much of what you need in a nursery from some unexpected pieces of home furniture. […]

  • 7 Games to Keep Kids Entertained at a Birthday Party

    By Katie Bugbee

    Hosting a birthday party at home sounds so easy. Just get a cute cake and happiness will follow, right? Well, what about the remaining three hours when you have 20 kids running around your house wondering what they can do? Control the chaos with some creative games. The better prepared you are, the easier the party will be. Plan a game for every 30-45 minutes because it's always better to be over-prepared than under. […]

  • Mobile App ABCs for Parents

    By Patricia Vance

    The new school year is underway. While the focus tends to be on our kids and how best to prepare them for the year ahead, it's also the perfect time for parents to brush up on how to best manage their kids' interaction with the virtual world. As we know all too well, when they're not hitting the books, our kids are often nose-deep in a tablet or smartphone - or begging you to download an app that they claim all their friends have. […]

  • Four Ways to Make Chores Fun for Kids

    By Kyle Albert

    Part of raising a well-rounded child is the task of assigning them responsibilities at an early age, such as helping with household chores. These activities don't need to be associated with the "more work, less fun" idea when there are ways to actually make children interested in washing the dishes or making their beds. To help you out, here is a list of effective ideas that you can incorporate with household chores to make the chores more exciting and fun. […]

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