Family

If you want to read about family life, you are in the right place. Whether you are searching for simple DIY craft activities, reviews on the latest family-friendly movie, inspirational parenting advice, or children’s clothing and toys, Theresa’s Reviews is dedicated to helping modern families celebrate their time together. From party ideas to holiday preparation tips, the articles remind families that enjoying time with each other matters.

 

Through numerous partnerships with brands,  Theresa’s Reviews shares the latest toys, but offers much more than a review. Each article shares a story that families can relate to and learn from, to help inspire daily life as a parent.

As a mother of two young girls, I am constantly navigating new parenting challenges and achievements, and I enjoy sharing these with my Fabulous Followers. If you have a question about family life or would like to share a kid-friendly craft idea with my readers, email it to theresasreviews@aol.com or post it on my social media.

Appaman Clothing Review

Appaman's clothes are comfortable, sophisticated, and practical. Wearing a long-sleeved dress and tights, my daughter looks ready for formal occasions and ready to play with friends! Numerous celebrities h...

Baby Sandals: Toe Blooms Review

As a mom, I love infant photography. Toe Blooms are a fun children's accessory that can really help make photographs of your infant pop. I admire how photographers make infants look with gorgeous children'...

Element Salon Review

Voted one of the top 100 salons by Elle Magazine, Element Salon is located on Richard Jones Road in Green Hills in Nashville, TN. I recently learned that my favorite salon Element Salon is voted ...

Chewable Jewelry Review: Chewbeads

I have a philosophy that there is a dress Bonding with my baby is of the utmost importance to me as a new mother of my second child. I was psyched to receive the Jane Necklace in Military Olive from m...

Zupers Kids’ SPF 50+ Clothing Review

Zupers clothing are SPF 50+, which is critical to the health of infants who are too young to wear sunscreen. The clothes are rip-resistant. I can let my daughter play outside without worrying about Zupers cloth...

TidyTots Potty Training Liners Review

Potty training happens best when parents can be silly. My pediatrician recently asked that I get silly with potty training to help my three-year-old daughter advance to the three-year-old class in preschool.&nb...
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