As I shared in “Loving Life with a Toddler: The Things I Most Appreciate Today” I was extremely surprised by how deeply I loved being the mom of a toddler. I must say that I have a completely different relationship with our little girl, Baby B, than with our little boy, Kiddo A, but I’m just as fond of her toddler stage. She regularly leaves me missing the two-year-old version of the boy who made me a mom and I delight in watching her explore, develop, and acquire knowledge.
Baby B is quick to Continue reading
I know I’m not shocking any of you when I say that we are big holiday people. Well, more accurately, I am a big holiday person. I always go overboard and have been working on scaling back to a more reasonable level. I will always have special treats and traditions for my family around the holiday, but maybe, just maybe they don’t need quite so many. Continue reading
I know it can be intimidating but I promise you, there are Pinterest pins that are absolutely worth a try. The six projects I’m sharing today are tried and true. That’s right, your’s truly has been able to celebrate Pinterest wins! I am a real person with a normal life and I have successfully executed Continue reading
The chances of celebrating a “White Easter Sunday” are pretty strong where I live. Growing up, I hunted for Easter eggs in the snow after church! It’s likely that my children will celebrate Easter this way, as well. Because of this, I often struggle to find weather appropriate outfits for the spring time that are suitable for my kiddos. Continue reading
Easter is so…very…close and if you are like me, you may be looking for a last-minute treat to share with coworkers, friends, or family members. Look no further! A quick trip to the store (or possibly your own pantry and craft bin) will have you set to make these affordable and adorable Easter Cup Baskets.
Working on projects with my kiddo is so much fun. Especially with new projects, I can usually visibly see him learning and absorbing what we are doing. On the other hand, these projects don’t always go how I anticipate in my head and one or both of us end up totally messy. The first time I got Play-Doh out, I couldn’t keep it out of N’s mouth. Forget building or squishing, he just wanted to eat it. But I kept bringing it out and eventually he was much more interested in “playing” with it. Continue reading