ADHD in Girls - Are You Missing the Symptoms

Girls with ADHD are misunderstood and under-diagnosed compared to boys who often present more noticeable symptoms of hyperactivity or disruptive behaviour. A recent survey reveals how significant the gap of ADHD understanding and awareness actually […]


5 Tips for Family Night Fun

Susan here with five tips to help you make your family nights extra fun. This post is part of a sponsored campaign, but our opinions and ideas are our own. As parents we all want […]


Would You Teach A Fish To Climb A Tree

Would You Teach a Fish to Climb a Tree? is a unique and fresh look into alternatives to help children who are struggling with ADD, ADHD, OCD, or Autism. I read this book several months […]


Lessons Learned From Having Kids

Since becoming a parent almost five years ago, life has busied but yet, life has slowed down. Time has hurried by yet, time has stood still. Social opportunities have passed me by yet, life has […]


Keen New York

We’re thrilled to share some exciting news for a special organization called KEEN (Kids Enjoy Exercise Now) New York. The KEEN NY charity was nominated and WON a $25K sponsorship for their cause by Turbana. […]


principles 310

Jenny, 5 Minutes for Mom contributor, is here to share with you a fun educational app for kiddos. This post is sponsored, but all opinions remain those of the writer. It’s no secret that our […]


Sophia at the Dentist

I wish I could go back in time and never let my kids have sugar or drink juice. And start flossing their teeth as soon as they broke through!!! Okay, I know that’s not practical […]


end bullying

Susan here… I’m passionate about helping to put an end to bullying and I’ve watched many anti-bullying videos. The short video below brought tears to my eyes. Please take a moment to watch and share […]



Written and photographed by Janice Croze, co-founder of 5 Minutes for Mom. This post is sponsored by Ritz. Our opinions and our words are always our own. Hungry kids are cranky kids. Parents have that […]

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Avoid Back to School Battles with your Middle Schooler

Whether school has started or will be starting in a few days, chances are the battles have begun. They may be about what can or cannot be worn to school, which backpack or binder fits […]