This time every year, the stores are filled with the latest Valentines. About 5 years ago, I decided to start the tradition to make all of our Valentines instead of buying them. Especially having boys, this holiday is usually geared towards us girls, (hey I’m not complaining). I make these super hero lollipops for my […]
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Ever feel like the holidays are totally stressful and you’re constantly running behind and playing catch up? Yep, I feel you. No literally, this was me, every year, always. I would dread the Christmas Stress even before turkey day rolled around. I finally took control of Christmas and started having fun again. This might sound […]
The holidays are upon us and for most families, it’s the happiest time of the year. Kids can be cajoled into doing almost anything with just a reminder of Santa’s imminent arrival. Yes, it gets busy with lengthy gift lists and special events, but there’s an underlying level of giddiness in the air. This has […]
Thanksgiving is coming! It’s the busiest time the year for people to drive or fly to see their loved ones for the weekend. Then we all franticly get home to get back to work and school. While Thanksgiving is supposed to be about thankfulness, and spending time with family you haven’t see all year, for […]
So when in Rome, right?! Well we’re in Florida so I’m carving a Halloween pineapple for the win.
Is it weird I look back on my childhood and miss going out to play? I would ride bikes, climb trees, play Kick-The- Can (does anyone remember what that is?) and do it all day everyday with the neighborhood kids until dinner time. I had an amazing childhood and remember thinking, “I can’t wait […]
Ever feel like as soon as your kids go back to school, daycare, or mother’s day out, they come home with some mega-germ that leaves them sick for a week? Yup! It happens to us every year. my son with his germ carrier backpack Now I have a two year old in preschool, along with […]
Even for a supply lover like me (another pack of post-it notes? Don’t mind if I do), the frenzy of Back-To-School shopping can take it’s toll on the emotions and the wallet!