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Lisa H

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Hi, I’m Lisa and I’m a 30-something year old Mom to 2 adorable and active boys. Kamdyn is 6 months old and Kasyn is 3 years old. I have spent my professional career working with students with an autism spectrum disorder as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. I currently work part-time with my husband through www.keyaba.com As a Mama and Wife, I grocery shop with coupons and try living a frugal life (although I’m not perfect). I also like to scrapbook and capture every moment possible. I love to travel. I’m getting better at meal-planning and cooking regularly. My boys and I are on-the-go and always taking advantage of various opportunities and activities around Dayton. My favorite things about motherhood are watching my children learn and discover and rough-housing with my boys.

Discipline 101: 5 Tips for Moms

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Discipline is a challenge for most parents. Right?! By profession, I'm a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who primarily works with kids with disabilities. As a professional with experience and training, it can be hard to...

I Have Donated 50 Inches of Hair

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When I was about 12 years old, I had a friend get diagnosed with leukemia. I had no reason to know anything about cancer treatments or the real threat to her life. While I...

My Bucket List: Hearing a Case in the US Supreme Court

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Its hard for Moms to get away, right?!!? For most families, the Mom is the primary caregiver for children and sometimes even the glue that holds everything together for a household. There was a...

The Struggle Is Real: Christmas Detox

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Christmas is over! Wow, we are so fortunate to have so many people in our lives who love our boys! Its amazing! My boy's grandparents are so generous! My boy's uncles had to give...

I Saved 49% on Groceries! Here is how…

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I went grocery shopping this weekend and saved 49% ($165.28). I spent about 2 hours clipping, researching and making a list. I'm not great at math but I would say that my time was...

Holiday Spending: How to Reduce Materialism

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The holidays are a time of year that Americans spend millions. According to Gallop, Americans plan to spend an average of $830 on gifts this season which is increased from last year. It is...

Sorry, Not Sorry (About my Kids Birthday Party)

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I like birthdays. I like parties. I like pinterest. I like crafting decorations. I like couponing and finding deals on food to serve at parties. I love to see my kid's excitement at the...

Giving Back: Engaging Even the Youngest Children

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It is very important to my husband and I that our boys grow up learning how to give graciously, accept others and be nonjudgmental. I have big ideas of how our family can get...

Are you a Bad Mom?

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I finally had the opportunity to watch Bad Moms and I loved the movie! In this new comedy about a Mom who has (or appears to have) a perfect life - a great marriage, over-achieving kids,...

Helping Active Students Focus In Class

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Some students have a difficult time focusing in a classroom environment. It can be frustrating for the student who is always in trouble for not paying attention. It can be frustrating for the teacher...

Back to School on a Budget

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Back to school time can be expensive. According to a 2015 study by American Express Spending & Savings Tracker, parents are likely to spend over $1000 on back to school expenses. Many schools have extensive...

Buggy Art with a Preschooler: Part 2

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Nothing says spring like Buggy ART! Are you ready for some projects with your preschooler? Here is a simple how-to for buggy art with a preschooler. ( If you are buzzing for bee art, see...

Buggy Art with a Preschooler: Part 1

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Spring is ALMOST here! So excited to get outside and enjoy everything that comes with warmer weather. Since we can't be outside ALL day, indoor projects are fun too! I have a 3.5 year old...
A Guide to Spring Children Re-Sales in Dayton

Guide to Children’s SPRING Re-Sales in Dayton

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Mom’s Sales can be a great way to control your budget when you are providing a wardrobe for children who are growing faster than they can wear out their clothes. This is a Guide to...