Kids are generally pretty active. As a stay-at-home mom and teacher, I can definitely attest to the incredible amount of energy my boys have. While we may have active kids that are full of energy, this doesn’t mean we automatically
What more summer fun can you have than a trip to the water park? You get some sun, scream and giggle down the slides, enjoy the refreshing water, relax on the lazy river…it’s a dream, really. There are, however, some
When I think of summer, I think of all the fun outdoor activities we love to participate in. One of my favorite activities growing up was volleyball, whether it was at a park, in the lake or on the beach.
My husband was away on his first deployment. Halfway through, Baby S arrived. I chose to breastfeed, and I am thankful I did, but let me tell you…breastfeeding when your spouse is deployed is hard! I want to share with
My oldest son, E, really wants to be an engineer when he grows up. As a homeschool mom, I do my best to help him towards that goal. We recently discovered Circuit Cubes and totally fell in love. They’re perfect
My youngest son, S, struggles with separation anxiety. As much as I would love to hold him in my arms 24/7, this just isn’t possible. I have two kids that need my attention. I have a house to take care
Kids never run out of energy. They are always learning and exploring and getting into things. We parents, on the other hand, often need time to rest and recover or just get things done around the house without constant interruptions.
While I really want to be that stereotypical Super Mom cooking every meal from scratch, keeping a clean house, always doing fun things with the kids, and being “pulled together” every day, it just isn’t always feasible. Between karate…