About Me

My name is Keren Fisher. I’m a Happy Mom of 3 Beautiful Girls. I am always online researching things to buy and activities for them to do.I have been blogging for the last 10 years. I hope you will enjoy my blog because I believe every mom should have a plan 🙂

Hi, I Am Keren Fisher

Something about me

Hello, lovely readers! My name is Keren Fisher, and I am the joyfully busy mom of three incredibly beautiful and energetic girls. For the past decade, I’ve dedicated myself not only to raising my daughters but also to sharing our journey, discoveries, and the countless lessons learned along the way through my blog.

Having spent countless hours online researching the best buys and most enriching activities for my family, I’ve become quite the expert at uncovering gems that cater to the vibrant curiosity and boundless energy of children. Whether it’s finding the best educational toys, selecting books that captivate and educate, or planning activities that are both fun and developmental, I’ve navigated it all.

But my blog isn’t just about what to buy or what to do; it’s about fostering a community where we, as parents, can share, learn, and grow together. It’s for every mom who believes in the power of planning, the importance of play, and the joy of discovering the world anew through their children’s eyes. I believe that by sharing our experiences, we can all be better prepared for the beautiful chaos that is parenting.

How can I help you?

Through my blog, I aim to provide you with:

  • Curated Recommendations: From toys to books to gear, I sift through the options to bring you only the best.
  • Activity Ideas: Whether it’s a rainy day at home or an adventurous outing, I’ve got you covered with creative and engaging ideas.
  • Parenting Insights: Drawing from my decade of blogging and the wisdom of our community, I share tips and strategies to help you navigate the joys and challenges of parenting.
  • Planning Guides: Because I firmly believe that every mom should have a plan, I offer practical guides and templates to help you organize your family life more effectively.

I hope to make this blog a valuable resource for you, filled with insights, inspiration, and the kind of practical advice that can only come from real-life experience. So, whether you’re a first-time parent feeling a bit overwhelmed or a seasoned pro looking for fresh ideas, I’m here to help you make the most of this incredible journey.

Together, let’s embrace the chaos, celebrate the moments, and build a loving, supportive community for all the amazing moms out there. Because, after all, it takes a village—and every mom deserves a plan.


Recent writing

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8 Most Important Life Skills for Children’s Success

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8 Engaging Easter Activities for Toddlers 

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In the chaos of motherhood, we find our strength, in the moments of quiet, we find our joy, and in the journey, we find ourselves. Together, we navigate the beautiful mess called parenting