It’s all about quality over quantity when it comes to time with your kids. Here are some fun ways to bond together and nourish your souls.
Establish a fun new tradition for you and your kids that you’ll look forward to year after year! The Christmas Eve box will give your child everything they need for an exciting and special night.
Awesome, fun and romantic dates can totally be done without breaking your budget! Check out these 51 ways to date for under $50.
“Grandparents make the world… a little softer, a little kinder, [and] a little warmer.” — Unknown Grandparents Day. Yes, it’s a thing. And it’s coming up. September 9th, to be exact…and if you’re like me, you had no idea that it existed until you became a parent. There’s a good possibility that it didn’t exist until we were parents…but I… Read More
I think its safe to say that most of us in life just aim to please… and this couldn’t be more true with our sweet children. A lot of their happiness stems from knowing what they can do to make us happy, and delivering on it. Too often, a wide communication gap leaves them confused, and both of us feeling… Read More
A Moment of Calm Amidst the Hustle And Bustle This Holiday Season One of my favorite ways to start my morning is to indulge in the stillness and read a few passages in my NIV, Mom’s Devotional Bible. Ever since I was old enough to read, I’ve been a self-help junkie. It’s a bit ironic to me that it took… Read More
Can you feel it? Butterflies, optimism, hope and new beginnings? Those are just a few of the words to describe the way I feel this time of year. It’s a feeling that’s been instilled in me since I was old enough to remember. Fresh hair cut, new clothes, new back pack and lunchbox. A gloriously blank notebook and vibrant new… Read More
The Inspiration for a Solution : If you’re wondering how to take a trip away from the little one while still exclusively breastfeeding (and I’m assuming you are since you clicked on this link), you’re not alone! A few years back, when going back to work, I was bound and determined to provide breast milk for Emerson during her entire… Read More
Today, I was just hanging out with Emerson, my three-year-old daughter…when I slowly came to the dismal realization that she was sick. Luckily, not the knock down, drag-out battle of the flu (yet, anyway!), but she was on that dreaded downward path to feeling pretty crummy. First the cough, then the chills, then the sleepiness, then—the fever. And, in the middle of… Read More