Author: weeLove

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weeLove: When Should You Talk to Your Kids About Racism?

A Bookshelf Essential A Kids Book About Racism Spoiler:  It’s never too early. Research even shows that babies as young as three months-old are able to differentiate race (Yep, really!), so starting sooner rather than later can actually have a marked impact. And as such, now more than ever, many parents may...

weeLove: A Mess-free Fort

Easy Indoor Entertainment AirFort is Fun for Everyone Kids love building forts. No couch cushion or blanket is left untouched. While this imaginative play creates lots of fun, it also creates lots of mess. If only you could walk across your living room floor without dodging pillow traps… sigh. Give...

weeLove: The New Way to Do Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day Gift Ideas weeLove Favorites for Moms Mother’s Day is going to feel a little different this year. No brunches out, no spa splurges, no glorious “alone time” casually perusing the aisles of Target. However, mamas and caregivers can still feel celebrated, appreciated, and even relaxed. We’ve rounded up...