Why do you need a family password? Imagine this scenario: Timmy is playing at the park and a stranger walks up to him. The stranger says, “Hi, Timmy, your mommy has been hurt, and she asked me to take you to the hospital to see her.” If your child was Timmy, what would your child […]
Creating Self-Reliant Kids
Tips to Teach Your Children How to Use Their Bug Out Bags
Do your children know how their emergency bags or Bug Out Bags? Teach them using easy video tutorials on how to use their emergency bags!
How to Teach Your Kids How to Ride a Bike
Learn how to teach your kid to ride a bike safely. These tips and tricks are to prepare your child to stay safe while riding his bike.
5 Reasons to Teach Your Kids Archery
Here are 5 reasons to teach your kids archery. It’s a great sport for kids and it teaches them how to concentrate.
7 Reasons to Take Your Kids Fishing
Have you ever just sat with your kid on the shore of the lake and spent a few hours fishing? Well, you should, and here are 7 reasons why.
10 Emergency Preparedness Gift Ideas for Kids that Won’t Break the Bank
Building an emergency kit for kids can be daunting, but here are some great emergency preparedness gift ideas for kids to spark an interest in emergency preparedness … without breaking the bank! Do you ever wonder what you can give children to help engage them into the world of emergency preparedness? We’ve got ideas for […]
A Summer Bucket List for Kids – Preparedness Style
Take your summer bucket list for kids up a notch – preparedness style! Learn to use everyday summer activities and develop a preparedness mindset for kids! There’s 104 days of summer vacation …. and what are you going to do to fill your kids’ buckets full of memories this summer? There is always so much […]
How to Dress for Extreme Weather
I’m excited to share that I’ve written another post for The Allstate Blog on how to dress for extreme weather. Link is at the bottom of the post. And here are few extra ideas on how to dress kids in mild to harsh weather to make sure they’re taken care of, too! Tips to help kids dress […]
8 Simple Rules for My Teenage Driver
Being prepared isn’t just about big emergencies but for everyday life, too! In fact, it’s about our everyday life that is about to change drastically in our household. You see, our oldest son is about to start driving. As a mom, I’m torn. YAY! Someone else can run the small errands or take a turn […]
Kids in the Kitchen: Pizza Bar
How do you do a quick, easy, inexpensive, healthy lunch for a bunch of kids on the fly? A Pizza Bar! In our continuing series of Getting Our Kids in the Kitchen, we focus on teaching kids self-sufficiency skills by learning the virtues of preparing and cooking meals on their own. Not only will they […]