Liz Ergle

Articles Written By: Liz Ergle

This author has written 8 articles

Liz Ergle and her husband, Brian, are parents to Cate, who has attended Primrose since 2015, and Duchess, their adorable dog. Liz is a member of the Primrose National Support Center Staff, and enjoys finding ways to spark a love of learning in her daughter as much as possible!

Mom Hacks for Infants and Toddlers

When our daughter was born, I was so anxious about leaving the house that I practically avoided going anywhere except to work or to run a quick errand. Thankfully, I learned a few age-specific parenting tricks to help reduce my stress by feeling more organized and prepared.
African American mother carries baby daughter and holds hand

6 Things Being a Mom Has Taught Me

If I could go back in time to the day before my daughter’s birth, here’s what I would tell myself.
Dad prepares to travel with his baby in the car

8 Tips for Traveling with Babies and Toddlers

As many of us make travel plans for the holidays, I've compiled a few of the tips and tricks I've learned to help make trips with young children a little easier. I've also included some advice for air travel from my good friend and fellow Primrose mom, Leslie. She and her husband are raising two little frequent flyers, so she's a pro!
A 2-year-old girl stands outside her preschool building on the first day of school.

Moms: Read This if You’re Nervous for the First Day of School

There are certain moments in one’s life which will forever evoke a vivid, emotional memory – and my daughter’s first day of school is one…
DIY heart-shaped card made by child

Easy Teacher Gifts That Say “Thank You”!

Often, my 2-year-old spends more awake time with her teachers than with me (#workingmomproblems). So, I always make it a priority to grow and maintain…
Young child picking up fallen berries from a sidewalk

Everyday Wonders Through the Eyes of a Toddler

One of my greatest joys as a parent is watching my daughter better understand the world around her. When she was an infant, we got…
Mother packs her daughter's lunch as she prepares to leave for school

4 Steps for a Better Morning Routine

I am not a morning person – and never have been. I’m a hit-the-snooze-button-for-an-hour kind of girl who prefers not to engage in serious conversations…
Young girl enjoys water color painting in the kitchen

Recipe for Making the Kitchen Baby-Friendly

Before becoming a mom, my happy place was my kitchen. I eagerly awaited the delivery of Southern Living each month so I could dig into…
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