Ideas to help you hit a home run this Mother's Day. Everything from the funniest cards, the most delicious treats, and a necklace featuring your kid's handwriting! Not all moms want to be with their kids on Mother's Day. Those are just the facts, friends. The past two . . .
Tips for how to be an efficient work-from-home parent, why I transitioned careers, and a few working mamas you need to follow! I thought I knew "busy". Then, we had a baby and I started a business. Now I really know busy! In a recent interview on That's So Maven! . . .
I truly believe toddlers are smarter than we sometimes give them credit for. "He's not really going to get it anyway." It's remarkable how many times I've heard that when discussing involving our children in certain holidays, celebrations, or significant days throughout the . . .
Ok, don't hate me. We went 2.5 years without any major tantrums from our son Wyatt. I'm talking not even one. However, I feel like we're now making up for that time. About two weeks ago, he hit a new phase. What started out as pushing the boundaries here and there has turned . . .
Santa Baby T-Shirt | Try here too | Ones for mamas Contest Closed! Thank you for taking time to enter. Winner announced below in Rafflecopter! Happy holidays, friends! Wyatt is totally jazzed about Santa coming to town. He wants to spread some Christmas cheer . . .
Boy oh boy, do I ever love this boy. Most of the walks Moses and I take together include Wyatt in his stroller, but every once in a while, it's just the two of us. I love putting on my favourite quilted parka, grabbing Mo's leash, and heading out for some fresh air . . .
Are you a tad bit territorial over your kids' names? I'll be honest: I don't want anyone having the same name as my kid. Now, I get that this is far from realistic but it comes from a good place. When we were pregnant with Wyatt, there were a few friends and acquaintances . . .
It sure feels good to unplug, doesn't it? Don't get me wrong: I love social media, texting with friends, researching and writing on my laptop, and watching TV. But powering down not only feels like a deep breath in my soul, I feel it's necessary for my mental health. Being a . . .
I've found myself developing a bit of a bad habit: plopping Wyatt into his high chair in front of the computer or the TV to eat his snacks and meals. It seemed like the perfect solution! He could sit there, eating (and supposedly entertained) while I wash the dishes, return . . .
Though our little guy's not yet at the age where he's heading back to school, there's still something about fall that makes me want to get organized and into a routine. As a full-time blogger and stay-at-home mom running our household, I need to stay on top of things to . . .