Expecting a new bundle of joy? Then you’ll love our newest guest blogger, Katie from PopTheChampagneBlog.com. A new mommy-to-be, she’s got the info on everything from how to decorate a nursery on a budget to planning that all-important arrival. Our…
Whether you’re hooked on Masterchef Junior or love watching young chefs do their thing on shows like Chopped Junior, one thing is clear: kids love being in the kitchen. Involving your child in cooking can set them up with extremely…
Let’s start off by saying that if your in-laws give ample notice before they step on your welcome mat, you’re in pretty good shape. In many families, in-laws are notorious for popping up at a moment’s notice, but that’s another topic for another day. It doesn't matter if your mother-in-law (MIL) and father-in-law (FIL) are arriving in two hours or two days, you surely want to do all you can to make sure your apartment is as presentable as possible. Do you worry about what your spouse’s mother will say if the cleanliness of your space isn't up to her standards? Does she have the audacity to conduct a sneaky dust test with her fingertip as she slyly strolls through the apartment? We understand that your place might never be spotless from top to bottom. And honestly, who has time for that? But if you’re focused on doing at least a little tidying up before the ‘rents make their debut, here’s some crafty and creative ways to quickly get your pad in better shape.
If there’s anything we know here at Apartment Guide it’s this: you do not need to buy a house in order to make a home. This is still true when your duo turns into a trio!
A lot of expecting moms and dads panic when they find out that a new baby is on the way. Their small apartment suddenly seems tinier than Barbie’s dream house. And it doesn't help when friends and family are constantly bombarding you with the question of the year: “So... when are you moving?!”
News flash: You can raise a happy and healthy child in a small apartment. It’ll take a bit of creativity, but it can be done!
When looking for a new apartment community with school-age children in the family, one of the most crucial decisions to make is where they will go to school after you move. You can choose the area your kids will love to learn in, but how can you research schools to find the best one for your child? This is especially challenging when you want to select the right school in an area with which you are unfamiliar. We share some tips to help get you started on your school search.